this is a delicious old pa dutch recipe of my nana's, which came from her grandmother. they are lightly crisp and buttery. nana always rolled them almost paper-thin. amount of cookies is an estimate; depends on the size/shape of your cookie cutters. p
a lower fat recipe for a summer classic! we love chicken salad year round and this one is truly one of our favorite recipes. it's great for croissant sandwiches or on a bed of lettuce for a great salad! enjoy! (does not include cook time for chicken).
i begin to turn to soup when the weather outside turns a bit crisp, and i keep right on making and eating hearty, healthy, warming soups all winter long. this is an adaptable soup. instead of the swiss chard, you could substitute any dark greens (spinac
this is the recipe i grew up with. it came from the 1950's "picture cook book". my assembly is a bit different, though. i think it's easier. also, you could use your microwave to heat the milk and melt the butter. just be careful not to scramble your eggs
when the snow flies, i like to make chili, with and without meat. this is a variation on black bean chili i came up with one night and liked. add some shredded chicken or cubed pork to it if you like.
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