The time was the 1980's. The place was Kansas City, Mo -- Boone Elementary School. The occasion was a luncheon for the teachers. Favors were little cookbooks we had made for each teacher with the recipes included for dishes served. This special recipe was from Lana Gill.
"Real Men Do Eat Quiche" This is not just a "Ladies Dish" anymore. With all the great combination's to be put together, there is a favorite for everyone. Serve with a good salad and there you go...............Recipe from Hearth and Home Feb 2009.
Note: Prep time will depend on if you shredded your own cheese or if you buy it already shredded.
I made the cake this week and shared half with my daughter and family. My husband really liked this moist chocolate and cherry cake. And it is very moist. You will love it as much as they did. Both already asking me to make it again.
This is one of those recipes that when you are thinking "QUICK and EASY" comes to your mind. Feel free to add a jar of pimentos for color or 1 can of chopped green chiles for color and flavor. Cooking time does not include cooking the chicken. I keep 2 cup portions in the freezer for times like this.
I am adding another zucchini recipe from the past. I have long forgotten exactly where it came from. Actual prep time will depend on how much time you spend shredding your cheese. Save money and shred you own. Save time and buy it already shredded.
It is always nice to keep containers of cooked chicken in the freezer. That way you can be prepared for those "spur of the moment - drop ins". The cooking does not include cooking the chicken. Note: You may add 1 cup of shredded cheese of your choice to the chicken mixture, if desired.
Are you looking for a new look for your mashed potatoes? Try this colorful and tasty side dish. Cooking time includes boiling potatoes and time in the oven. I located this recipe in The Stockman Family Cookbook several years ago and have modified it for my family.
A twist to the Kidney Bean salad my mother made in the 1940's. It also helps use up those extra zucchini. Makes a colorful salad and is easy to take to the Church Social or a special picnic. Chill time is not included in the prep time.
Your neighbor just brought you a sack of zucchini and you need help with how to cook them into something good your family will enjoy. You won't be sorry with this easy to put together casserole. This is just one of my many zucchini recipes. This is from Aunt Alice in Oklahoma in the 1970's.
At your next get together - impress your friends with this unique appetizer using the popular jalapeno peppers. It is always a good idea to use the plastic throw away gloves when working with hot peppers. Prep time is estimated.
A kid pleaser for sure -- 2 to 102. Crispy on the outside, moist and tender on the inside. My family likes to "dip" in a seafood cocktail sauce. Time to prepare does not include 2 to 4 hours in refrigerator.