This is from my Joy of Cooking Book dated 1973. I get so many requests for it I just thought that I would send it in. I also use this batter to make muffins, when I do this I bake them for 18 to 23 minutes. So Enjoy!!
This is something that I found in my husbands Diabetic Cooking cookbook(Nov/Dec 2009). It sounded so good I had to make it for Turkey Day. It went over so great that I had to give it to all of you. I made it again today with 1/2 cup regular sugar instead of the subsititute.
This is something that my Mom's family has taught us even though my Dad's side is the Irish side. This is so easy and tasty that it is hard to belive. Great for St. Patrick's Day or the 4th of July BBQ's. So Enjoy !!!
This recipe is from my 30 year old Betty Crocker Cook Book. I am always asked for this great old recipe by friends so I thought that I would share it with my new friends. This is also a great start for milk gravy and sauage gravy. Not to state chipped beef ,add your beef after step 4. Also good if you add tuna ( 6 1/2 oz) or hot dogs(1 cup) or ham(1 cup) after step 4.
This recipe was given to me by a friend that we shot pool with. She served it at a playoff match. I could would not leave her alone until she gave it to me. There are times that I cut this in half just for the two of us. When I do this I take the first Pizza Dough and cut it in half to make two smaller Calzones. So Enjoy !!!
Very easy and quick dish to make, pluse it also is great on a cold night. It can also be make a last minute through together when you have last minute friend show up at about dinner time. Can also serve with a crisp green salad. So Enjoy!!
This is from a old box of manicotti and I have used this recipe for about 10 years and am also asked for it. So I thought that all of you would like to have it also. Great to serve with a Caeser Salad and Garlic Bread. So Enjoy