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    1 Reviews |  By Foxgirl

    This is the culmination of my lasagna experimentation... I didn't see another recipe here that was quite like mine, so I decided to share! I usually make my meat sauce with ground turkey, but it is good with ground beef, too, or "meatball mix," which consists of ground beef, pork and veal. You can also cut the amount of meat in the sauce by one half and supplement spinach, if you like. It's best to experiment with the seasoning levels as you cook, based upon your preferences... I add lots of garlic to mine, and if I am using beef or a beef mixture, I toss a splash of red wine in the sauce. I also make my layers very thin. Oh, and this freezes and reheats well, if you are the make-ahead type!

    Recipe #348153

    1 Reviews |  By Foxgirl

    This is one of my favourite ways to cook salmon now! It's so easy and foolproof... I usually make a whole bag of frozen fillets at a time. Whatever isn't eaten right away gets crumbled up on salads or mixed into pasta later on. Yum! (Measurements are approximate because I generally just eyeball it as described.) NOTE: Prep time includes minimum marinade duration!

    Recipe #310109

    These cookies are traditionally made for the Jewish holiday of Purim, and the traditional filling is made of prunes or poppy seeds. However, I've found these are tremendously popular anytime, and can be spiffed up by using any kind of jelly, jam or preserves as filling. This recipe is lower in fat than my normal recipe (for the full-fat version, replace the banana with another stick of butter and the low-fat yogurt with sour cream). Enjoy! I always get lots of great comments on these.

    Recipe #303874

    This is a recipe I created that received an Honourable Mention in the Horseradish Information Council's January-June 2005 Recipe Contest! It's a great side dish with fish, chicken or a vegetarian entree and your guests will think it took much more time and effort than it actually did.

    Recipe #303873

    Use up your leftover veggies (or whatever you have on hand) in this hearty comfort food recipe.

    Recipe #303841

    My mama's recipe--a favourite dish from my childhood. Great with blackeyed peas and a salad!

    Recipe #303839

    2 Reviews |  By Foxgirl

    Crunchy, peanut buttery treats from the late, great Aunt Agnes (aka Bad Aggie).

    Recipe #303838

    I go on a big grocery run every month, and this is usually what I make when I come home. It's SUPER easy and quick, and this way my hungry tribe doesn't have to wait too long for supper when I come home with all the delicious food! It's very good for when you need to whip up a satisfying soup very quickly, or if you have leftover chicken you need to use up. All kinds of things can be added based on what your family likes or you have on hand--various vegetables, mushrooms, beans--and this hearty soup is terrific with a crisp salad.

    Recipe #162196

    Another family classic from my aunt--this is a great and uncommon holiday dish that gets rave reviews. Perfect for potluck or other get-togethers, it's also one of those foods that tastes even better the next day, or the day after that (be sure to keep it refrigerated, of course!).

    Recipe #90710

    2 Reviews |  By Foxgirl

    Here's some good, down-home Pennsylvania Dutch cooking for you--dried beef is very popular here. This recipe proves there's more that you can make with it besides 'S.O.S.!' Serve with salad or a green vegetable and you have a meal that really sticks to your ribs on those cold winter nights.

    Recipe #90537

    I can think of no better contribution a cucumber can make than becoming a pickle! This recipe is another handwritten family cookbook classic from my step-grandmother and great aunt, Agnes (oh, these convoluted Southern families ;). It is important to make sure your vinegar is of a high quality--don't go generic. We usually use Heinz brand. Also, this recipe is for 7-8 quarts, so adjust accordingly based on how many cucumbers you have (or their size!).

    Recipe #90536

    1 Reviews |  By Foxgirl

    Another recipe from our handwritten family cookbook--this one is from my great aunt Olivia (nicknamed Cooter). I never get to make it, since the only person in our house who likes tuna casserole OR anything with mushrooms in it is me, but it's delicious.

    Recipe #90535

    This recipe is from my late Louisiana grandmother, saved in our handwritten family cookbook. It's the only pecan pie recipe I've ever used (or probably will ever use)--it's just perfect. For a real treat, grab a piece while it's still gooey and warm from the oven (or reheat it in the microwave!) and top it with a scoop of ice cream (vanilla bean, French vanilla and butter pecan are all heavenly choices).

    Recipe #90534

    This is a super-simple concoction of my mom's, and a family favorite. Terrific with some green vegetables or a salad!

    Recipe #90405

    1 Reviews |  By Foxgirl

    Another classic from our handwritten family cookbook, this is a bread you don't have to knead! It doesn't have asphodel in it, though--it was named for the historic Asphodel Plantation in East Feliciana Parish, Louisiana, where it was originally served.

    Recipe #90303

    2 Reviews |  By Foxgirl

    Another recipe from my handwritten family cookbook, this time from my aunt. She insisted that this recipe be immortalized exactly the way she wrote it out, hence why the directions are so wacky. :) This goes great with almost any main dish, it's so flavorful and savory.

    Recipe #90222

    This recipe is from a handwritten family cookbook we treasure. It (this recipe, not the cookbook) is from my late grandfather, whom I miss very much. The spread makes a fine hors d'oeuvre served on thin-sliced toast or crackers, but it's also pretty great on crispy fried fish patties (try it on some good Southern catfish!). The yield will vary depending upon how you use the spread--what I provided is for use on medium-large fish patties.

    Recipe #90221

    My mother makes this for every big holiday get-together, and it is always a huge hit. Don't let the ingredients fool you--they taste extraordinary together, and this is such an easy treat to bring to a potluck or office party. (Also, the cheese ball looks great in a cake dome, if you need to transport it.)

    Recipe #90220


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