This recipe is from my new favorite web site, Epicurious. I have made it many times and have not deviated from their original recipe except for deleting the celery and using snow or snap peas instead. This is a great recipe to use left over turkey or chicken, I have used a store bought cooked chicken.
This is now my favorite chocolate cherry cookie, easier and actually better to make than the previous chocolate cherry cookie I used to make. It is a Camilla V. Saulsbury's The Ultimate Short Cut Cookie Book.
I love these cookies, they have always been my favorites. I actually cried when Nabisco stopped making them. This recipe is close to the yummy original. Not as easy as opening a box, but not too difficult to make.
This is a recipe from another website that is a little different than the other crock pot cube steak recipes posted here. I used a 19 ounce can of Progresso Onion Soup instead of the condensed onion soup.
This delicious recipe is similar to a Corn Pie which DH and I purchased at Kissel of Stauffer Hill a superb supermarket in Lancaster PA. It has the same ingredients as Chicken Corn Soup, another Pennsylvania Dutch traditional recipe.I found the recipe on another recipe site.
I got this recipe from the Ocala Star Banner recipe data base. It was submitted by a lady from South Carolina. It is a recipe with foods that people from Pittsburgh enjoy. You can substitute 2 cups of chicken broth for the 2 cups beer. You can use mashed potatoes instead of the cooked cubed potatoes.
This really easy, amazingly delicious eggplant recipe is from another web site and they recommend using slender Japanese eggplant because it keeps their color better than slender Chinese eggplant. Serve with steamed rice or cooked rice noodles.
I got this recipe from a cookbook that I got as an engagement gift in 1967. It is from the McCall's Cookbook that was published in 1963. My copy actually fell apart and I had to get another copy on-line. I thought I was a gourmet cook when I made this and so did Peter Pan and our friends who I served it to.
This is the same recipe that I used to make for Peter Pan when we were newlyweds and liked each other. Thanks to all the nice Food.com people who helped me find this recipe. I don't know if I would eat it now, cholesterol and all the ageing issues.....
This is a really easy, really delicious way of making a great kugel. The recipe calls for wide noodles and I will post it that way, but I prefer medium noodles. The recipe was in a pamphlet from Comstock-Wilderness and we enjoyed it, I hope you do too.