My Godmother makes the 'absolute best' chicken paprikash in the world. The reason....she adds veggies to the chicken while she's stewing it! The sour cream gravy actually tastes like something when you're eating it. It's not just onions, paprika and sour cream. Hope you like it, we sure do! We've enjoyed this recipe for 50 years!!! Comfort food at its best!!!! YYYUUUMMM!!!!!
This is the highlight of my 'after' Easter cooking....that ham bone that is in the fridge after most of the ham is eaten. I just can't get myself to throw it out without making a pot of this soup!! I use canned beans in place of the dry, it just makes making the soup so much easier and the beans are always cooked just right. Be careful when adding salt, if the ham was salty the soup may not need any. Hope you like my recipe!!
This recipe comes from the 'Dr. Fishbone Recipe Book' and is a collection of favorites from the Carolina's. I am placing it here for safe-keeping, it looks simple enough to be a tasty, easy soup to prepare.
Yep, another cookie recipe from the BH&G 2008 Christmas Cookie Book. These look both good and pretty. I believe that they used a glass with a decorative bottom to flatten the cookies, maybe cut glass, because they are imprinted with that type of design. I can't wait to try these, my DD loves mint and chocolate!!
Soon cranberries will be showing up in the grocery stores and this recipe is one that I make quite often during the winter months. I even buy and freeze cranberries so that I can make this whenever I'm hungry for it!! I've served it for Christmas parties, etc. and it's always well received. When I make this in a large amount for a party, I line my chops up domino style and try to spoon the sauce down the center of the row, it looks so pretty that way!
This recipe copmes from an Amish cookbook from the great state of Ohio. It has a great flavor and makes it's own gravy that go great on mashed potatoes or stuffing. It's a simple recipe to make and my DH and DD'S love it!
I have been chairman of a Christmas Cookie Sale at my church for the past few years and we make literally 20 to 30 thousand cookies to sell. I am always on the look-out for new recipes and this is one of them.
This recipe was a winner in a Better Homes and Gardens recipe contest many years ago and I have wanted to try it forever. Last evening I prepared for my DH recipe #376798, Crab Stuffed Flounder. I used tilapia instead, because I couldn't find fresh flounder and I don't like it frozen, and prepared this sauce to go with.It was wonderful together, he said gourmet restaurant quality food! Both recipes are keepers. Try them!!
This recipe was shared by a friend and it is wonderful. I like it because it ins't 'cheesy' but rather buttery, garlicky and clammy!!! It can be made ahead and microwaved when ready to serve with lots of crusty warm bread!
I found this recipe 'somewhere' before Thanksgiving, I thought it was on 'Zaar but I have not been able to find it in the thousands of salad recipes so I am posting it for safekeeping. It is definitly a keeper, my family loved it and I will be making it again! Enjoy!
A friend shared a taste of this cookie with me and it is yummy. She told me that as a young girl her Daddy would take her into town and her treat was to stop at a local bakery to get a cookie like this. She hadn't tasted them in 40 or so years and low and behold a neighbor just happened to have the recipe!!! They really are good!
This recipe was given to me by a friend and it is the creamiest, most wonderful combination of deliciousness!!! Evertime I make it it gets rave reviews. It is not for the fat conscious...........Oh heck...try it at least once, you'll love it!!!
This is a new topping that I now use on my Chocolate Cream Pie Recipe #323633. It is fluffy and just the right compliment to this wonderful, tasty pie. It makes alot and you may want to make only half of a recipe. Me, I prefer to have it all on my pie...it is so beautiful piled high!!
I came across this recipe many years ago in a magazine and don't know which one it was. Finally tried these for dinner and my husband loved them. It is a simple recipe, quick to prepare and tasty. Be sure to use 'real' parmiggiano-reggiano cheese!! You won't be disappointed!
I have always liked this dish but never wanted to do all the fussing.....I have super-simplified it and the taste is wonderful! Takes all of about 20 minutes to prepare and 20 more minutes in the oven and POOF!, it's dinner! I serve this with a side of our favorite pasta to use up the remaining jar sauce and a green salad.