my aunt eva's parents came from sweden early in the 20th century. she had learned many of her mother's recipes and was a fabulous and adventurous cook. i was fortunate to have inherited all her treasured cookbooks and also fortunate that she took time to
this recipe comes straight out of (you guessed it) my auntie goldie mae's tennessee kitchen... when she first gave it to me, i wasn't exactly sure what the heck shoe peg corn was, so i actually had to google it.. yea, i know.. well anyway, it's basically
i bought some trays of baby roma tomatoes and they were great in a salad. i decided to bake some and they were delicious- just melted in your mouth. you could make this with larger tomatoes-just bake a little longer in the oven
this is a modification of the pancake recipe on the back of the saco powdered buttermilk container. you can find saco powdered buttermilk in the baking section of the grocery store; it's great for baking and unlike fresh buttermilk you can measure just t
if you've ever been to bennigan's, you may have enjoyed this wonderful appetizer. we go there quite often for them. they're basically a blend of broccoli, cheeses, bacon, and onion, rolled in bread crumbs and deep-fried. they are then dipped in a special
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