This is a family recipe - made the day before and eaten at all family gatherings. It's typically eaten as a dip with pretzels. I married into this family - so don't know where the recipe came from - but it is always enjoyed.
Got this out of the Chicago Tribune and wanted to save the recipe electronically... A key to making superior cookies - is to make the dough a day ahead and let it sit in the fridge so the flavors meld -- fuller flavor with notes of toffee and caramel (so says the article)
This is my favorite cranberry relish recipe I got from one of my Mom's friends years ago. I use it every Thanksgiving or time I make Turkey + Stuffing etc... I believe it came out of the "Taste of Home" magazine.
Adapted from cooking light recipe. Honestly one of the best dinners I've EVER made. Saving here with the adjustments I made... sometime soon I'm going to sub out the chicken for shrimp and use fish stock instead of chicken stock. I put all of this on top of (thai) rice noodles. 4 oz noodles and all the veg and chicken makes 2 HUGE servings. 16 WW points each. Less chicken or sub shrimp would reduce points...
Got this from my Mom in 1989. I suspect she got it out of a magazine (BHG?) or the newspaper.... We've been eating it regularly since. Be sure to make it up a day ahead so the flavors mix well. This recipe makes enough for a small army so this is a good one to take to a pot luck or (large) family picnic etc. If the salad is kept in the fridge it lasts 4 - 5 days if tightly covered. (BTW - we've used Hellmans, Hellman's light, Miracle Whip and MW light for the salad dressing. It is truly best with the full fat Hellman's...)
I made a recipe like this - based on another on this site. I made it as enchiladas but with the low fat nature and the corn tortillas I figured it would be best as a casserole next time. The flavors were good - so I'm adding it here for safe keeping and possibly adjustments as I try it as a casserole next time. As it was low-fat and low carbs - I've figured it at 10 WW points plus for 1/6th of the pan.
This is one of my favorite recipe's from my Mom. Used to ask her to make it for me every birthday - as the birthday child got to choose. Still making it...for my family now! Not sure of the source - feel free to adjust to your liking!
Got this from my mom in 1988 and have been making it since. It is an often requested recipe. No idea where mom got it - maybe the newspaper? It is similar to those out on the website, but doesn't match perfectly and we are pretty happy with this recipe - so maybe others will be too?
When I was a little girl, Aunt Joan made the BEST rye bread I ever tasted. She'd sometimes give us a whole loaf and I'd have to make my brother and sisters promise not to eat it all.... For Christmas I asked Aunt Joan to write down her recipe and share with me. I'm putting it here for everyone's enjoyment. Note - it isn't very explicit, so you'll have to have some experience to get it right.... I hope some of you enjoy this.
I cobbled this together from a couple of recipes I found on the internet. I have way too many peppers from my CSA and I love tamales and southwestern cuisine, so I'm going to make this today and will let you know how it goes, and adjust... So...to be perfectly honest, we like the other recipe I have for stuffed peppers - and I use Quinoa, instead of rice. If you make this - tweak it some more and let me know the updates!