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    This is a traditional Polish sauerkraut recipe that my late sister Elizabeth and I developed together. This recipe was submitted to WNED TV for their ethnic cookbook and it was published in 2002. It freezes well and is great with sausages, kielbasa, stuffed pork chops, hot dogs, or breaded pork or chicken cutlets. Serve with boiled small new potatoes with melted butter and dill, some good rye bread, and dill pickles. The kapusta can be cooked entirely on top of the stove over low heat, stirring frequently. You can top it with wieners, thick ham slices, or precooked sausages for last 30 minutes of baking. Or top it with kielbasa for last 30 minutes or so, or slice the kielbasa and bury it in the kapusta at the beginning of baking. Brown pork chops both sides, bury them in the kapusta and bake for 1-1/2 hours until meat is done. The yield given is an estimate.

    Recipe #148768

    A quick and easy microwave recipe for mashed potatoes. This is a great way to make mashed potatoes without heating up the kitchen when it is hot outside.

    Recipe #148484

    This non-alcoholic drink is refreshing with the combination of ginger ale, grenadine and lime juice. I didn't realize there were so many different versions of this drink with the same name.

    Recipe #147745

    A tasty orange cake, quick and easy to make with the help of a blender or food processor. Substitute chopped nuts for the raisins to make an orange nut cake.

    Recipe #147447

    These cookies were originally called thimble cookies because a thimble was used to make the indentation for the jam. Another golden oldie from my 1960's recipe files, in response to a request.

    Recipe #147258

    This is my favorite way of cooking corn on the cob and keeping it hot and fresh for dinner, or for a party. I usually buy Peaches and Cream corn on the cob to cook this way. The quantity of four is simply a formula. Double or triple the recipe, or use as many cobs of corn as you like. Serve with recipe #190648 or recipe #225178. Or, add a toasted tomato sandwich, recipe #98724, for a great meal. If you have any leftover corn, cut the kernels from the cob and add them to soups and chowders, salads, savory pancakes, cornbread or muffins.

    Recipe #147254

    These stuffing balls are a good side dish with poultry and pork dishes. For an appetizer, make the stuffing balls smaller, reduce the baking time accordingly, and serve them with homemade or purchased cranberry relish for dipping. If baking the stuffing balls with a meat dish, place stuffing balls in the oven for the final 30 minutes of cooking. You can use other breads too. I usually use good quality homebaked-style plain white bread and stuffing bread when it is available. You can use up odds and ends of white bread, brown bread, rye bread, hot dog buns, and rolls for this recipe too. Adjust the seasonings to suit your tastes. Add one cup chopped apples, raisins, or cranberries for a fruit stuffing, or add one cup of chopped walnuts or pecans. The variations are endless. You may need to add a little more chicken broth, just enough to hold the stuffing balls together. Use canned broth or dissolve a couple teaspoons soup base mix in warm water. Garnish chicken or pork dishes with the stuffing balls and grilled bacon rolls. To make the bacon rolls: Cut bacon strips in half; roll them up and secure with a toothpick; and grill or fry until well done; Drain on paper towels.

    Recipe #146597

    An easy to make egg-free frosting that works great for decorating cookies for holidays, birthdays and parties. You can make half the recipe if you like. When you need to add coloring to icing, use color paste. If you use liquid coloring, you may need to add more icing sugar. Add a little cocoa for chocolate cookie icing. Posted in response to a request.

    Recipe #141513

    Posted in response to a request. This recipe is from "Come into the Kitchen" by Jackie Olden, page 321. Here is a quote from the recipe: "This meringue will not bead, or create wateriness between the meringue and the pie filling. In addition, the meringue will stand up for the second day, if the instructions are followed carefully."

    Recipe #133432

    Easy to make no-cook layered summer or anytime dessert with only four main ingredients; purchased jelly roll cakes (yellow cake with raspberry jam filling), pudding, whipped topping and fresh strawberries. You could make it with other fruit such as drained canned peaches,pears,or mandarin oranges, and vary the pudding as desired. I have also substituted the jelly rolls with chunks of angel food cake or pound cake spread with some raspberry or strawberry preserves.

    Recipe #127739

    So easy to make from scratch in one bowl and delicious. Keep the cake in the refrigerator. This is a great make-ahead cake that also freezes well. (Cut into single-serving pieces and freeze in a single layer.) Thaw a piece at room temperature or in a microwave oven on DEFROST for one minute.

    Recipe #127020

    A tasty icing for a chocolate cake such as recipe #31804 #31804, or Kittencal's recipe #116990 #116990, or my recipe #147447 #147447. Enough to frost a two-layer cake. Posted in response to a request. To make an orange cake, use a white cake mix, use orange juice instead of the water called for in the package directions, and add some orange zest. Sprinkle top of iced cake with additional orange zest, or chocolate shavings, chocolate sprinkles, or chocolate drizzle.

    Recipe #126165

    An excellent pie to make when strawberries and rhubarb are at their peak. This delicious fruit-filled pie is a recipe from Canadian Living magazine, May 1993. You can substitute a plain top crust instead of the lattice top if you like; brush with the egg glaze and cut steam vents. Tip: Keep a clear plastic quilt ruler with your baking and cooking supplies to measure pastry strips for lattice pies, to measure squares or strips of dough, pastry, or pasta, or as a guide for cutting squares evenly.

    Recipe #125515

    A yummy dip made with minced veggies, from "Come into the Kitchen by Jackie Olden". Serve with fresh veggies such as cauliflower or broccoli florets, celery sticks, radishes, bell pepper strips, carrot sticks, cucumber slices or sticks.

    Recipe #125150

    A golden oldie raisin pie recipe from about 1960 or earlier. I remember adding the beaten egg white tip to brush the bottom of the pie shell, to keep it from getting soggy, a few years later. Decorating the pie on top with the leftover pastry cut outs was also an addition in later years. Serve the pie warm if you like your pie runny and juicy. Times given are approximate.

    Recipe #125144

    This potato salad doesn't have any mayonnaise and is great for a picnic because it keeps well. Good with burgers or steak or whatever else you like on the barbecue. Leftovers keep well in the fridge for a couple of days if you have any. For my vegetarian friends I leave out the meat. Posted in response to a request.

    Recipe #124798

    Excellent muffins from a recipe on the Post 100% Bran Cereal box, Kraft Canada. Makes 12 large muffins. Store in airtight container for immediate use. Muffins also freeze well. Cool completely, wrap, label, date, place in airtight container and freeze.

    Recipe #114509

    My family's favorite pork chop recipe with a barbecue sauce containing chili sauce. Good served with roasted potatoes and carrots.

    Recipe #113037

    Easy to make cookies with saltine crackers or graham crackers. Makes a whole cookie sheet of cookies.

    Recipe #112392

    Just found this cauliflower recipe that has been in my recipe collection for years. You steam the cauliflower, bread it, and then bake it. Change the seasonings to taste. Nice change from deep fried. Great side dish for dinner, or serve as an appetizer with a dip (bottled Creamy Ranch salad dressing is good).

    Recipe #111286

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