I chanced upon these while searching Dutch oven web sites and found http://www.ani-lati.org/seabreeze/breakfest_dishes.htm. Very easy to make. Better to make them in a 13- by 9-inch pan. Making a second tray takes only an additional 15 - 20 minutes.
Additional pictures are at http://www.food.com/bb/viewtopic.zsp?t=289011.
Recipe is from a book I purchased at a library book sale. Great cookies!
"Country Fair Cookbook. Every recipe a Blue Ribbon Winner." By the Food Editors of Farm Journal. Garden City, New York: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1975.
"Rich, buttery sugar cookies that melt in your mouth."
Best I ever had. Not too gooey and overly "chocolatey." My wife omitted the coconot ad the nuts. Bought the mentioned old cookbook at a library book sale. I highly recommend the book. Great recipes in it.
From "Country Fair Cookbook. Every recipe a Blue Ribbon Winner." By the Food Editors of Farm Journal. Garden City, New York: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1975.
That the recipe states in the book: "No need to frost these brownies. The topping is baked on."
Chanced upon this recipe on a barbeque web site. I use ground white pepper , rather tan the black pepper stated in the recipe. I use casserole-sized elbow macaroni. The original posted stated that he omite the optional food coloring. I also do not add food coloring. The following is what the original poster stated about the recipe.
"I got this recipe for Macaroni and Cheese from ‘Sylvia's Soul Food’ cookbook, however, I made two changes. Every time I make it, guests say it's the best they've ever tasted and ask for the recipe. I hope you like it."
I have not made this recipe. It is posted since it was requested in the forums, and I chanced upon it in an old cookbook I purchased at a library book sale.
The Wise Encyclopedia of Cookery. An Encyclopedic Handbook for the Homemaker covering Foods and Beverages – their Purchase, Preparation, and Service. Wm. H. Wise & Co., Inc., New York, 1949.
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