my mom & all my aunts used to make this cake years, and years ago. I haven't been able to find the exact recipe online. My husband loves this cake. I always make it for him on special ocassions. Wonderful recipe.
Preparation time is a guess, as are the amount of servings.
My husband makes these for me every sunday after church. I don't particularly like eggs, but I love these. They have such a different taste than your eggs you normally prepare. I love mine sprinkled with a little cheese... my favorite is sharp cheddar, or montery Jack. The time you steam them depends on how well done you like your eggs. If you don't get it right the first time, you'll know how much time to allow the second time.I like mine medium, with the whites well cooked and the yolks only partly runny.
I would like to state that this recipe is not my own creation but was found online someplace.
strawberries, strawberries. What a wonderful thing to do with them. This is absolutely delicious! I found it several places online, so it isn't my own recipe. We used it with grilled chicken, but I see a future of experimenting going on at my house. What a delicious BBQ sauce!! I did add a lot more hot sauce then called for, and added a dab of chipolte hot sauce with it also. I found this on Razzledazzle, but the other place is probably the original creator. Evidently its a creation that Clark Kenny of Bubba’s BBQ entered in a contest so I give him full credit with my highest appreciation.(servings are a guess, but it made around a pint, give or take.
this is a Betty Crocker, Bisquick recipe. It is simple to make,doesn't take a lot of time, and if you love Reuben Sandwiches, you're gona love this one.
I used the 'heart healthy' version of bisquick.Betty Crocker has a winner with this one.
I have an old Amy vanderbilts complete cookbook. Its so old the cover is gone.I used it so much that my son wanted a book just like it of his own when he got married. He had to pay almost $100 for his copy. He calls it his hundred dollar book. This is her recipe for Shepherds pie.The following info was added at the end of her recipe in her book.
This is an English specialty, of course, and one of the best. Sometimes we make it with leftover lamb, an obvious Monday dinner. In a pinch we use those convenient dehydrated potatoes(always in our cupboard) or gquck-frozen mashed potatoes, good to have on hand too.
Preparation time is entirely guess work, and it doesn't include the time involved for cooking beef, vegetables, or preparing mashed potatoes.
I found this recipe in a Penzey's spice catalog, and was by Joy Henkle. She has a winner! the photo was gorgeous, also. I made the mistake of only making half a recipe. Won't do that again! It went so fast I only got one serving. A very nutritious, and flavorful salad.
Cooking time is for the bacon.
This is a recipe I designed after looking at recipe after recipe. You won't believe how yummy, and simple it is! Its made with Splenda, and 2 % milk. Healthier eating shouldn't be this good!
Don't forget to top it with whipped cream!
This recipe is from Land O lakes, and they have a winner here for sure. It is downright habit forming! Once you start eating it, you just can't stop! A mixture of dark chocolate, white chocolate, cashews, and pecans that can't be beat.
there is another version of this posted, but this one is a little different. My family has used it for years, and its always well received.I have had this recipe a long, long time, and altho I don't know who's it is, I like it very much, even if I didn't come up with it.
I have made these many years. The recipe is from "Amy Vanderbilts complete cookbook"published in 1961.. It no longer has a back on it, and its pages are spotted: proof of how often the recipe was used. When my son married, he hunted high and low for this particular book, and finally found one for $100. We both rely on it in a pinch because if you can't find a particular recipe any place else, its usually in this particular book, and neither of us have ever tried a 'bad' recipe from it. This is a family favorite.Amy Vanderbilt may have died, but she left my family a legacy... her recipes.(Time is guesswork)
Oh wow! If you like 99 bananas schnapps liquoer, and you like Banana's foster... you're gona LOVE this oatmeal! If there is only two of you... cut the recipe in half, but its so good you'll want to have friends in for brunch! This is my creation, and I do believe it is my all time best creation yet! If you don't have divinci's syrup, I'm sure it will still be great without it. The amount of water is the amount that works for my oatmeal.. so use the amount required for your particular oatmeal.
this is a recipe from Sargento, and they have a real winner here! The only thing I changed was using a can of sliced green chilies, instead of the whole ones. It worked fine. We loved it! Served with a salad, it was a meal.. There are only two of us, so we halfed the recipe. Thanks Sargento!!
I found this on splendid table from Lynne's Sunday Suppers, March 2000
,I loved this dish! Hope you do also. Its filling, different, and tastes great! Next time I make it, I think I might add some celery, and another can of Chick peas. Splendid Table has a winner in this one.
An old recipe from days of long ago, and still delicious today. I got this from a relative of my husbands many years ago, and we've enjoyed it many times. One great thing about it is you start it the night before, and therefore, half the work is already done on the day you need it.It makes a large amount so it is great for a large crowd such as a potluck, or picnic, or etc. The serving size is a guess because like I said, it makes a lot!
Wow! So much taste for such a healthy cookie! I found these on "Eating Well", and they were contributed by Beverly rosenber.. They are called "Bev's chocolate chip cookies" on that site. I made a few changes, which I will put in parenthesis...