My husband begs for this in the fall and winter. The whole family loves the smell of this cooking while watching Sunday Football games :) Versatile as far as the veggies go...Leave the potatoes out and make some mashed potatoes on the side...great with the rich brown gravy!
This is the greatest lemonade I ever had and lemonade is my favorite drink! You actually get an entire gallon of lemonade out of 4 large lemons. It is a little more work than traditional lemonade recipes, but TOTALLY worth it! A gallon does not last 24 hours in our house!
I threw this together one morning before going out for the day. It was super easy because only three ingredients are needed! Not only did the house smell heavenly when we came home, but dinner was ready and it was awesome!
These are rich, yummy layered squares that require no bowl or mixing. They are very easy to make and come out wonderful. (I have no idea where the name came from...got these out of a 30 year old women's club cookbook.) 12/23/08: Butter amount changed to reflect the advice and opinions in reviews. Thanks!
I found this recipe in an old church cookbook submitted by Mrs. William G. Hagar, with a note that this was her great-grandmother's recipe from England in 1858. I have not tried it yet, but I like the sound of it for gifts around the holidays. It is posted exactly as it is written in the book. I am assuming the recipe uses standard loaf pans, but this recipe makes 6, so you may need to purchase foil pans.