My MIL found this in her local newpaper in Redding California and shared it will all the girls in the family as we all have small kids, especially boys, that are in one stage or another of being Toilet Trained. You all know how that can smell up your bathroom when they miss the toilet as they learn to aim. This also applies to some adults I know...LOL. Quantities are are guesstimates as they did not give amounts.
This recipe was posted on the Drinkmixer.com website. Flaming drinks are not allowed to be served in bars in the Bay Area and maybe all of California now. This was the drink we celebrated my Bridal Shower with! Posted for safe keeping.
This recipe was given to us by Rudy and Margaret Bistrovich. Rudy and his father owned the Sportsman's Club back in Nedrow New York. She says this recipe is "In honor of Rudy Bistrovich Sr".
Serving and Yield are an estimate.
From Cooking with Paula Deen magazine May-June 2008. This recipe ws developed by The Neely's. Rub on both sides of your choice of spare ribs (beef or pork). Wrap in foil and refrigerate at least 8 hours, then grill.
I got this recipe from a good friend and co-worker Sandra. She loved this salad and made it quite often for our potluck lunches. Fresh and yummy! Baby string coconut is called Macapuno and is found in the Asian aisle at our grocery store. It is native to the Phillipines from what I have been told.
This recipes says "Our taste testers here at King Arthur claim this is the best coffee ice cream they've ever tasted. Feel free to mix in your own add-ins, if Oreo cookies aren't a favorite." The recipe printed in thier catalog had 1 cup of semi sweet chocolate chunks instead of the Oreos. Posted for safe keeping. Yield is a guesstimate as it was not listed.
This recipe was in the June/July Taste of Home Magazine, submitted by Greg Fontenot. He says "I always keep this mixture on hand; it’s good on anything, especially grilled pork, chicken and vegetables. Kenneth has developed a taste for heat, and this does supply some." Posted for safe keeping.
I got this recipe from my MIL. She told her her sister Anna used to make it. When we visited Anna she gave us some and it was so yummy. Better if bottled in brown bottles and aged a minimum of 6-12 months. I have some I made the year we got married and I am still holding onto it for our 25th anniversary.
I got the Betty Crocker Cooky Book when I was just a little kid and I have been making this recipe ever since. It is my favorite cookie out of the entire book! Note - I found that the 1 1/2 oz of chocolate at the end of the recipe was not quite enough for me and bumped it up to 2 oz! Cooking time is the approximate time needed to melt butter and chocolate.