This is the actual recipe used in the Chicago public schools, my Mom was the manager in the cafeteria for many years. This recipe was also published in a Chicago newspaper as one of the favorites. The cookie has a wonderful butter flavor and very delicate texture. Have one with a little carton of milk and you will feel young again. Enjoy!
Aunt Claire's Korean BBQ sirloin beef. This one has beer in the marinade,what the heck as our family likes beer. The recipe came from Claire's sister in law Kim who is from Korea. Aunt Claire served this with Chop Chae (recipe posted) for our family gatherings. Claire has passed but lives on through her recipes and many fond memories. Thanks Aunt Claire!
A moist tender bisciut inside, with a golden buttery crunch outside. After much searching for the holy grail of southern cooking, (a great buttermilk biscuit) I developed this recipe that I am very proud of. It is blending of the qualities I wanted in a bisuit. Cruchy, tender, buttermik tang, and hearty enough to stand up to breakfast gravy and moist enough to serve with chicken and dumplings. Enjoy!
Rolled cookie with coconut pecan frosting spooned in the center. Moist cookie tastes like the wonderful cake! Labor intensive but really worth it. Dough needs to be refrigerated 6-8 hours before baking for best results. Baked cookies freeze very well.
Korean noodle with beef and spinach dish. Aunt Claire made this for large family gatherings (recipe times 4), add mixed it in 5 gallon buckets. She got this recipe from her sister in law Kim from Korea. Aunt Claire served this with Pul Gol Gi (grilled marinated sirloin beef -recipe also posted) The family looked foward to these events. Thanks Claire for the recipes and memories! We are keeping your traditions alive.