This is from the King Arthur website and is for a loaf made with white whole wheat. These directions are for a 1 1/2 pound loaf, but you can adjust to a 1-pound or a 2-pound loaf based on the flour/liquid/yeast proportions your bread machine requires. I am posting this recipe here b/c this is our go-to bread recipe (I typically make a couple of loaves a week) and I wanted easy access to it in my Zaar Cookbook.
This is the easiest basic sugar cookie dough to make and work with. I think it came with a Wilton Cakes cookie cutter I bought. No refrigeration required, just make, cut out, and bake. Prep time includes time to cut out cookies, so it might be more or less for you. Cooking time is based on how many cookie sheets we use at our house. I also have pre-made these cookies and cut them out and then frozen them to be baked at a later date.
My brother's recipe -- he adopted it from the marshmallow creme jar and always makes it for family reunions! Time to make includes cooling time of 4 hours; this does not really take long to make, just to cool.
My mommy's. Really good with black-eyed peas and cornbread. If you have time to make these ahead, they taste really good if you can refrigerate them for an hour or two before frying. However, it's not necessary to do this, and I've not included refrigeration time in the time to make.
Easy and yummy -- my mommy's, of course! I've given measurements here as a guide, although you really need to use the ketchup, dry mustard, and sour cream to taste. Of course, you can always add onions to the beef when cooking it.
This is a very simple flour tortillas recipe adapted from one I found on-line somewhere. My family likes these so much better than store-bought. The time to make includes 30 minutes rest time for the dough.