years ago mom compiled a family cook book for my eldest sister when she went off to college. what has become of the final version i don't know, needless to say its gone. however i've got mom's notes. i'm attempting to save these recipes by posting them he
my friend passed this recipe on to me.... whenever she brings it to our get togethers it goes really fast! if you are taking this with you to a party you can keep the dressing in a separate container and mix it into your salad right before serving.
i have been using this recipe for years...no idea where i got it...the credit belongs to someone other than me, though. these are at their best sliced warm over salad greens and served with ginger dressing (the kind you get at the "japanese" restaurant).
this recipe came from our pbs-tv station cook-a-thon. it s such a wonderful dessert! just like strudel but easier! great way to use fresh/frozen blueberries. dust lightly with powdered sugar and add a little whipped cream...yum! serve with french vanilla
this is a wonderful, healthy dish that's really easy to prepare. the toasted wheat germ in the breading mixture gives some added fiber as well. if panko bread crumbs aren't available where you are, fresh are a great substitute. also, store bought dried br
a delightful way to ease into fall. serve with butternut squash biscuits for a nice dinner. roasting the vegetables brings out the flavour. you can substitute vegetable broth for the chicken broth if you prefer.
a meatless main course or delicious side. or cut in smaller slices as an appetizer. uses humble, button mushrooms. looks tricky, but is very simple once you have the veggies sliced. depending on your cheese, you may want to use a different herb than b
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