this is a recipe that i used to make all the time when dh and i had kids at home and money was a big issue. it is off a recipe card from betty crocker back in 1971. it's from the "best before payday dinner" card. i used it alot and still make it once in a while because it is so good. i should put it in my "money is tight now that i'm retired cookbook". (for future use) based on chef tweaker's review i have moved some of the steps for ease in preparing this dish.
the asparagus is oven-baked - i served this to two people who do not normally care for asparagus and they loved it. oven baking brings out a whole different level of flavor and texture. thin, fresh asparagus works the best for this recipe! i always cut
i love this recipe for shepherd's pie. comfort food at it's best.you can change the amount or type veggies around to fit your taste, i sometimes add corn, peas or carrots. i adapted this recipe from allrecipes.com but made some changes. enjoy!
this is a wonderful treat with easy advance preparation. an elegant breakfast to serve over- night guests. prep time includes 2 hours chill time. this is a texas recipe - oranges from the valley, not to mention all the texas pecan trees. southwestern u.
no waiting for rise with this recipe! this is the biscuit recipe she used for the country fried steak & gravy, which i posted separately. she, also, preferred to use lard instead of crisco! great tip in step 4 provided by unknown reviewer. (note granny
a true southern country relish, perfect served with any fall season greens, such as collards, turnip or mustard. also excellent with cream cheese as a spread. from my late sister-in-law, a south carolina farm wife.
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