This recipe is from Carol Keates, the middle daugher in our family. I was shocked when she sent this one as she is known for her baking! this sounds really yummy though and I can't wait to try it out. Prep time does not include time marinating overnight.
This recipe came from my sister Carol Keates. I had to laugh when I opened it, as it is not only written out but illustrated also. She works with Developmentally Disabled Adults, so either this is a recipe she uses when baking with them or she has serious doubts about my baking abilities...LOL. You can use any type of nuts you like. I just put walnuts as the program asked for a type of nut.
This is another recipe from our cousin Stacy Anderson. Stacy is the ultimate pet lover in the family and I think she has more animals than all of us combined....you know she's an awesome person to love animals that much! She says "Not sure where I got this receipe, off the internet, I have changed it over the years to what I like." Serving size is a guesstimate.
This recipe comes from my Aunt Norma. She and my Uncle Dale moved to Colorado Springs a number of years ago and I am so thankful for email as it is how we keep in touch! She got this recipe from "Electric Bread". It is for bread machines. This makes a large loaf. cook time is a guesstimate as bread machines are all different.
This recipe comes from our friends Chris and Sean Shannon. Sean and Alan worked together years ago but we have been lucky enough to keep in touch through the years. We need to get together and see each other though! They got this recipe "From the kitchen of Barbara Collins (Sean’s aunt)". It can be easily cut in half if it makes too many cookies for you...LOL. This recipe could feed an army! The servings and yield are definately guesses as I haven't made it yet and it would depend upon what size ice cream scoop you use....me, I'd use the biggest one I had..LOL.
This is another recipe from our friend David Mellin. He says this recipe is "F-ING GOOD".
I admit guessing on the number of crackers as it wasn't specified, so you may need to adjust to get the texture you like.
This recipe is from our friend David Mellin who I owe a huge apology to...LOL...I never knew he cooked! Way to go David!!! He says this recipe is "easy as hell". He noted it "Can also be done with those mini chicken wings". I estimated the size of the tri-tip, servings and cook time as he didn't specify . For the dressing and Barbecue sauce use however much you desire...you will more than likely not use the entire bottle of either.
This recipe reminded me of our Honeymoon on Maui. What wonderful memories. It came from long time friends Chris and Sean Shannon, She noted it was "Modified and based on the recipe book “Kona on My Plate”. Prep time does not include time for roast to sit in step 3.
This recipe was one of the first I received in response to my requests! It came from a wonderful friend, Alicia Childs. I really appreciated her enthusiasm in helping me with this project!!! She noted "This recipe is so special to me. It is from my Mother's mom Friedl Mayr."
This recipe is from our friend Alicia Childs. If I'd known she cooked such yummy things I would have been inviting myself to dinner at least once a week years ago...LOL. She says of this recipe "This one is from a friend of mine named Ligia Windle. This is nice and refreshing."
This is the very first recipe I got in response to my request! It is from our friend Alicia Childs. She is the sweetest person you could ever meet and even when you haven't seen her in awhile, it feels like coming home when you're together! She says "Here is one of our favorites hope that you enjoy." She also noted "Little Jason could eat this everyday. I got this recipe from Betty Succo"
This recipe comes from Karri Karasinski. We grew up living in each others houses and were the sisters God forgot to give each of us! What great memories! This recipe originally came from Marge, her mom (my other mom). She noted it can also be made in a bundt pan.
This comes from Karri Karasinski who credits this recipe to her mom Marge Pogorzelski. Marge was a fantastic cook (I should know I ate at their house alot...LOL) and I am glad Karri passed on some of her recipes!
Karri noted this recipe "Goes well with garlic bread and salad."
This recipe comes from a long time friend Pam Najera, one of the ARC gang. She is an awesome cook, even though she claims she really doesn't cook that much. All ingredient amounts are estimates as she did not specify.