From Martha's book in 2002. This makes a wonderful 18th Century approprate cornbread. I make it at encampments in a dutch oven. If you are not interested in the historic authenticity, use a boxed mix (like Jiffy) for the dry and sugar in place of the maple syrup.
Be sure to test your baking dish for fit inside the dutch oven before heating.
Curry is a dish that has the reputation of being very spicy. You can control this by adjusting the curry powder to your tastes. I think you will find that this recipe is moderate, and needs little adjustment.
From the Williamsburg cookbook, this is an authentic colonial dish brought from India via England. It may date from as early as the 14th Century.
Serve with rice, salad and veggie for a full meal.
A very good and authentic curry. Based on English recipes, this comes from the Williamsburg Cookbook. Williamsburg is a colonial village in Virgina, they pride themselves in re-creating the 18th century as accuratly as possible. Try making your own beef stock if you can.
Present this at the table surrounded by a ring of rice surrounding the curry.
A quick easy salad for summer dinners or double it for picnics. I adapted this from Kraft adding more veggies and spicing up with more ginger. This is a great recipe. It is fast, delicious, and people will want seconds. It is great for a pot luck. It is good hot or cold! If you like it spicy use chili oil and add a few red pepper flakes.
I got this from Kraft Foods and didn't want to lose it. Makes a very easy and fast dinner with a bagged salad, baggette and white wine. You can even make ahead and serve cold for a picnic. To make ahead put into serving dish and top with Panko. Freeze then bake at 375* for 45 minutes.
This is an easy way to impress your guests, family or office party. I like to make it the day before so the flavours can mix, be sure to cover while in the fridge to avoid a skin on top. Cooking time is refridgeration time. and can be up to 2 days.
This is a great side dish or main course. I say for grown-ups, but anyone can enjoy it. Use your choice of cheeses, I like Smoked Gouda, Swiss, Chedder and Munster. Thanks to Alton Brown for the idea of Panko on top as a crust.
I don't remember where I got this but I think it was my Nana.
I got this from Kraft, and changed the raspberries to strawberries because I like them better. It is a chocolate filled delite. I like to use Anna's Chocolate Mint wafers for the crumb crust, but you can use what ever cookie you like.