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    1 Reviews |  By Sascha

    As an American living in England, I really missed real American-style baked beans. The kind you get here are in a plain tomato-based sauce, with no sweetness at all. This was my answer, after a bit of tweaking.

    Recipe #201020

    1 Reviews |  By Sascha

    Apple pandowdy is a bit like an apple pie but with fluffy cake on top. When I was growing up, we had an apple tree in the back yard. The apples were too tart to eat raw, but they were delicious in baked desserts. This is the first one I ever made on my own. You can substitute molasses for brown sugar like I normally do, and I use vanilla paste instead of vanilla extract. You can also omit the bourbon, if desired.

    Recipe #212149

    This is a traditional apple dessert, where the apples are cooked in a fluffy crust. This recipe comes from "The Little House Cookbook" by Barbara M Walker, and it featured in "Farmer Boy." This is my favorite recipe from this cookbook.

    Recipe #211333

    1 Reviews |  By Sascha

    I first made these using this recipe in Home Economics when I was in 7th grade. They became such a favorite that I still have them in my collection today.

    Recipe #212156

    3 Reviews |  By Sascha

    This is great on chips with sausage or on meatloaf.

    Recipe #211888

    Few things go together as well as cheese and apples. Try this cheddar pie crust next time you make an apple pie.

    Recipe #212147

    This is a no-cook ice cream with cream and eggs. You don't need an ice cream maker for it. I found the recipe in a binder stuffed full of handwritten recipes that I got in a boot sale last summer.

    Recipe #209571

    I used to buy this from my local Asian market before I found a recipe. It's very rich, and the rice forms a base on the bottom.

    Recipe #212016

    This recipe came from a GE manual back in 1937. It makes a very good side dish--slightly sweet and fluffy.

    Recipe #211866

    These freeze well, and you can substitute frozen strawberries in this. Just make sure they are unsweetened. :-)

    Recipe #211883

    This pureed soup is super fast to put together, though it takes a while to cook. It's well worth the effort. Serve it with some fresh bread to dip.

    Recipe #212412

    3 Reviews |  By Sascha

    This recipe is from "New British Classics" by Gary Rhodes. Creaming the parsnips in this way, instead of just boiling and mashing them, gives them much more flavor.

    Recipe #201904

    Unlike some malt loafs, this doesn't use yeast to rise. This is a type of cake-like bread eaten in slices with tea. I like it with butter, but some people don't.

    Recipe #213536

    I love anything almond-based, and this is no exception. I've made this before using marzipan in place of almond paste. You may want to reduce or omit the sugar if you do make the substitution.

    Recipe #212155

    3 Reviews |  By Sascha

    This is a traditional "country" dish. Sugar is optional, but I think it's better with it. Try this for breakfast with fried potatoes. This recipe came from "The Little House Cookbook" by Barbara M Walker, and the food featured in "Farm Boy."

    Recipe #211328

    Whitebait are little fish which are dredged in milk and flour and then fried until crispy. They are eaten whole while hot, and are particularly good dipped in garlic mayonnaise.

    Recipe #201905

    I know there are a lot of garlic recipes out there. This is my standby, and it's just as good on a steak as it is on steamed vegetables. It's very close to heaven.

    Recipe #201028

    Graham bread (named after Sylvester Graham) is bread made with both white and brown wheat. It requires minimal kneading, but it's also slow to rise. Instead of sugar, this bread uses molasses to feed the yeast. This recipe came from "The Little House Cookbook" by Barbara M Walker, and was served at the church's New England Supper in "Little Town in the Prairie."

    Recipe #211622

    1 Reviews |  By Sascha

    These cakes are a cross between shortbread and sugar cookies. They are brown on the outside and pure white on the inside. This recipe comes from "The Little House Cookbook" by Barbara M Walker, and the cakes were part of Laura and Mary's Christmas stockings in "Little House on the Prairie."

    Recipe #211332

    Only three ingredients are needed to make this simple, frozen honey mousse. Cooking time refers to freezing time.

    Recipe #212148

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