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.
My sister-in-law gave me this basic pie crust recipe and I use it for a variety of items such as pies, tarts, savory pies and cobblers. When making this crust don't throw the leftover crust away...simply brush with butter and sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar, place in the oven and bake till slightly brown. A nice little treat for the kids or yourself :).
I always had trouble getting my fudge to set up correctly and then I came across this recipe in a Knoxville, TN newspaper and have used it ever since. You can also make it different flavors by changing the type of chips you use.
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 recipe comes from my great grandmother. I had to get my grandmother to come up with measurements instead of litttle bit this, little bit that. She always uses the shallow pie shells and makes two pies because my father can devour one himself. She topped it with meringue and browned in the oven but I have also used whip cream.
Ok the name is for lack of a better one I suppose, it is how it was given to me by a friend. These are so good hot out of the oven. I have made the mixture ahead and baked them just as guest arrive and I have even placed mixture on party rye and frozen on cookie sheet and taken out to bake at a later time.
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.