i got this recipe years ago from an old neighbor. i am putting here for safe keeping and easy access.
i've been looking for a soft all whole wheat bread, and i finally found it! this is in an amish cookbook that i have, and i am writing it as it is written. i mix it with my kitchenaid. :) this is our sandwich bread that we have all the time on hand and
this is from about.com italian cuisine from kyle phillips. it's a tasty mayo-free tuna sammich. he says, "you might not think of a tuna sandwich as being particularly italian. however, most italians, especially those with more demanding jobs, eat out a
we have served this at parties for over 30 years. i have no idea where i first got it. just reading it brings back memories of birthdays, showers, baptisms, and christmas open house. rum can also be added.
this recipe is very simple, and great to make for a crowd (it can also be easily be adjusted for a smaller group, as well). as written, it serves 8. my fabulous stepmother made this for a group of 14, while we were on vacation, and i thought that it was
this is a family recipe, and an all time favorite of mine. some people like to substitute cheddar cheese, but i don't like it myself. for me it's american cheese or no mac & cheese. the amount of cheese is an estimate, i just grate enough until i think
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