This is a wonderful meatloaf that my grandmother always makes. It is a little different than a traditional meat loaf, because it is not real firm. But it is oh so good. (Makes great sandwiches the next day,too)
This has to be the BEST old time pound cake ever. It is so dense and has a crunchy crust. A favorite in our family. This cake is often requested for birthdays. It is great with fruit and whipped cream.
This is a very rich treat. It's so easy to change the recipe up by just changing the flavor of the cake mix. You can add different complementing flavors to filling as well. It's a very versatile recipe.
This is a hearty tomato and pasta dish. It is one of those recipes that is hard to mess up. You can basically add anything to it you like and it's still good. If it is too dry add more tomatoes or sauce. You can use any type of pasta you like, we like shells. Most people use elbow macaroni. You could even cook the macaroni from a box of mac and cheese and then stir the dry cheese into the final dish. This is a 'NO FAIL' recipe.
This candy is always made for Christmas at our house. They taste a bit like Almond Joy candy bars. They are very yummy. I really don't have any idea how many this recipe makes, but I know it is a lot. These make great gifts placed in a Holiday tin.
Years ago, while in high school, I worked at McDonald's when they first came out with these wonderful creations. It has been many years and I still love to make them. I think they have changed it over the years for the dollar menu but this is the ORIGINAL recipe. Sometimes when I don't have fresh tomatoes I substitute a little salsa or some drained Rotel tomatoes.
This recipe came from my husband's grandmother. I had enjoyed it for years at her house and failed many attempts to replicate it. Finally, one day I just asked her for the recipe and she gladly shared it with me. She's gone now, I'm so happy I got the recipe from her while I could. Hope you love it as much as we do.
These are wonderful, quick cookies. It is one of the first things I learned to "cook." You can add more or less oats (3 cups work best for me). I have found that the weather makes a difference on the consistency. It is very important not to boil them for longer than a minute.