This is a simple pate to make for any get together. Just be sure to remove the wrapper from the Braunschweiger unlike my father in law did one year and we kept wondering what the new secret ingredient was in his usually good pate.
This is a wonderful cake that I was only introduced to five years ago when moving to the Great Lakes region of our beautiful country. My husband requested it for his birthday and instead of just ordering it from the local grocer I decided to try my hand and making it, after all I knew the ingredients....so here it is!
This cake was one that my mother obtained from a British cookbook. As I was going through my recipe box I realized I did not have this recipe so I promptly called her up and she was happy to give it to me. When making it I realized that the cake was really dense and made thin layers and was more of a torte.
This recipe is from an upscale restaurant in Knoxville, TN. It can be used as a side dish or a dip. There is a note in the recipe that if you wish to have a thin dip to only use one box of spinich but if you wish it thick and chunky to use what is called for in the recipe.
Okay you say you are a chocoholic? Well, if you answered yes and you think you have had everything chocolate there is....think again. This is a recipe that my first cousin claims to have invented and we have eaten it since we were kids. I must confess that I still make it once in a blue moon. Great with scrambled eggs.
This bread pudding is from Taste of Home magazine and has become the recipe I use whenever making bread pudding. I have used all kinds of day old bread in it, even cinnamon bread...yummmmm. The lemon sauce is a great addition to the bread pudding but it is also quite good without.
This is a recipe from my Great Grandmother. I can remember going to her house and sitting down to a lunch of Fried chicken, mash potatoes, green beans, fried corn, biscuits and fried peach pies for dessert. It is a wonder we didn't all die from heart disease but that is country living. These directions were written for me real countryfied so I explained best I could but you will get the jist. Make dough, fill it and fry it!
We have a local pizza shop that sells Italian Grinders and I am not always able to go there to get them so after a couple of years I have now gotten what I think is their recipe. At least they taste the same.