From WebMD magazine March/April 2009. Sounds good and I didn't want to lose it. I guessed time for Recipezaar purposes but copied recipe as printed. You'll need a meat thermometer to see if this is done, according to the recipe.
From one of the chefs at the Radisson in St. Martin. It was so good that we asked for the recipe. It wasn't overly banana flavored and it reminded me of honey cake but there is no honey in the recipe. I got the recipe in hotel quantities and Charmed on 'Zaar converted it for 1 loaf. This came only with ingredients so I am giving a basic oven time but please watch. I am posting this so that I don't lose it. Thanks Charmed (and the Radisson)!
She got it from Alma Worthington who was the food services director at Second Presbyterian for nearly 15 years. Dave's Mom, Dorothy had worked at that Church. This is a casserole made with cooked (leftover chicken) and is different from the other hot chicken salad recipes posted. I haven't tried this yet but it is one of Dave's Mom's favorites. I found this in Home Cookin' With Dave's Mom.
From COOKS.COM. but altered a bit by me. My husband loved this soup! It is a vegetable soup with meat that I made creamy by using a blender after removing the meat (and all bones). It is an orange tinted soup. I was trying to find a soup like my Grandmother's. This wasn't really like her soup (her's was greener, maybe from split peas and less carrots) but this was very good nevertheless. I didn't add the dill but think it would be good next time.
I got a cookbook at a sale called The New Jefferson Cookbook and I am going through it to save the recipes that sound good. Next to this recipe, the previous owner wrote "great recipe" so I thought I would post it. The recipe was submitted by Eleanor Vogler. *The recipe didn't say how many apples to use- it simply said to fill a 10" pie plate with sliced apples. This would be great with vanilla ice cream.
From The New Jefferson Cookbook put out by their PTA which I got at a book sale. This was submitted by Mila Jasey. It is different from the other pineapple muffins posted since this has plain yogurt and wheat germ included. Sounds healthy. Haven't tried it yet.