Easy home made tomato pasta sauce with turkey meatballs. Let it simmer all day, for an easy dinner which freezes great. This is my base recipe for all pasta dishes, the meatballs can be removed for sandwiches.
Very easy, I think it tastes best when cooked slow and I found with my slow cooker I had to cook for an hour or two longer than the recipe says. My hubby loves this recipe!
If you have used up all the reserved fluid and need extra fluid while cooking, in particular when on high, use up to 1/2 cup of tomato juice.
Prep time does not include the bean soak.
As a child I remember my grandmother's plum pudding with great fondness. She was a total non-drinker and even though we are Canadian there is a Pennsylvania link to our family and the recipes that we are fond of. One of which is a plum pudding with a caramel like topping rather than the traditional custard.
I have not tried this particular recipe but it does look like it might be similar to my grandmothers except for the brandy. This will have to suffice unit I can go through some family files that may contain some of my grandmothers recipes, I hope.
Canadians will understand the source. A well used Chatelaine's Cookbook dated late 60's. Very easy and every time I have made them I get requests for the recipe. I tend to do more 3 to 4 potatoes per layer and my salt is Lawrys Seasoning Salt. I think that is the secret ingredient. I don't really measure anymore, I just do what looks good. I would say I use 2 tbsps flour per layer and 1.5 tbsps butter a good shake of the salt and a couple grinds of pepper. Hope you like.
If you like chocolate and peanut butter - you will love these. They are pretty easy. To dip the balls in the melted chocolate we formed a piece of wire with a loop at the that would hold the peanut butter ball. These are yummy and they freeze pretty good too! You will want to double or triple this recipe.
Very simple and everyone seems to love them. I like my butter tarts runny. I have to confess, that as a child, I liked to dip my finger in and eat up all of the filling before eating the crust. Recipe calls for raisins but can be cooked without. From an old Chatelaines cookbook. Pastry is simply a Crisco recipe. Works the best for me.
As a child my grandmother's date squares were my favorite. She over cooked the main course and didn't use spices of any sort. But the woman could bake. Her recipe is long lost and I have searched for a recipe that is close. I think this one is. My American son in law, devoured these. Found this recipe in the Toront Sun. Make sure to use rolled oats, not instant. Prep time is a guess but includes sitting time before heating.