source: kbyu's culinary creations with mary crafts
a hearty and comforting soup from the minnesota scandinavian chapter of the united states regional cookbook, culinary arts institute of chicago, 1947. overnight soaking not included in preparation time.
this is my own concoction. i got my mom's regular potato soup recipe and completely changed it to make this wonderful dish. right now it's the middle of july and about 100 degrees out, and my husband requested this for lunch - i guess it's a soup for all
tender, garlicky and full of oregano 'n stuff! start this one a day ahead; the beef slices need an overnight stay in da gravy to be at their best. and please don't overcook the roast! as it rests right out of the oven and as it's reheated it'll stop mooin
this is a very simple way to liven up your everyday meatloaf - my kids especially enjoy it!! i don't use measurements for this recipe so some adjustments may need to be made.
i have had people who swear they hate miracle whip eat an entire plate of this potato salad. it's my mom's recipe, and you can try it with regular mayo, but i won't stand by the results because it's so good with the whip that i've never tried it any othe
i'm not a big fan of peas, but like them in things. this salad is one of my favorites. happy to share!
this family recipe was passed to me from my uncle "moochie" snyder. when the zucchini and tomatoes come in from the garden there is no better "sam-mich" on the planet!
this was so good...everyone loved them.
it just doesn't get much easier than this fool-proof rice sidedish. it won't look like much when it goes in the oven, but trust me, it comes out perfect every time. i've been making it for holiday dinners for years. it takes 5 minutes or less to throw
this is so cute!!! place "crab" onto lettuce-lined platter with mound of your favorite crab dip, surround with shells and crackers if desired! great for parties, picnics and bbq's!
for those of us who get gov't food. its is the easiest and simplest macaroni and cheese recipes.
this is my version of one of the best things my mom ever made--johnny marzetti! a little lasagna, a little spaghetti, a little personalization and voila! a yummy meatless dish for supper.
we always called this "salisbury steak", but it does not have tomatoes. comfort food at it's best...
this was the winning entry at the 2010 iowa state fair for the tone's spices best cinnamon roll contest - overall winner - 2010 iowa state fair recipe created by janice nostrom of humboldt . janice, i can't wait to try this as my rolls are so bad i don
yeah!! -- my first post -- :o) this recipe was originally from williams sonoma... it now has my finishing touches... we can't get enough of this!! good for leftover veggies and meat. p.s. since the little one doesn't like some veggies, i mince them so
this really a scrumptious cake, though it is true, as some reviewers have noted, that the frosting just barely covers all three layers. you could double the recipe, as some people have done, or you could make a batch and a half. your call. to make a bat
also known as reeses peanut butter bars.
from "simply delicious"- a cookbook compiled of herberger's employee family recipes. submitted by anita sheehan of alexandria, minnesota.
this batter is very thick but bakes up to a yum yum chewy brownie that you will want to eat the whole pan. i usually double this recipe
this is a rachel ray recipe i had in my file for quite awhile, and had to try it recently to satisfy a craving. it turned out really well. i used made from scratch biscuit recipe as i couldn't locate the jiffy mix in my area, i made about 6 biscuits. also
quick and great flavor. please rate this after you make it. i would like to know what you think. (good or bad)
31 years of marriage and my meatloaf is perfected! this is a pairing of many recipes, but the most important ingredient is the knox unflavored gelatin. an article in cook's illustrated said if you use only beef in meatloaf, you lose the moisture retainer
almost a perfect reproduction of the original pancake house special flapjacks.
from family favorites cookbooks by readers digest, c. 1993. three layers of yummy - vegetable, meat & pasta! this dish is a crowd-pleaser at a 4th of july celebration or at a pot luck supper. can substitute ground turkey or veal for the ground beef. fo
i havent tried this yet but the recipe is very similar to beer bread. i'm very curious about the outcome.
utilizing one of america's favorite sodas, this unique recipe is a must try.
growing up in kearney, missouri in the '60s & '70s the only place in town that had a true soda fountain was matthew's drug store. on very special occasions we were allowed to order a homemade. gently warm the toppings for the best results.
from the "scandinavian and american recipes" cookbook, which contains recipes submitted by parents and friends of the svenskarnas dag girls choir. recipe by julie vaillancourt.
adapted from a campbell's recipe to make it a little more waist friendly!
i love this recipe because it is simple, quick, and easy to do. anyone who can defrost food and turn the oven on can make it. it is also as good, if not better, than bread made from scratch!
this is a really easy recipe! make this right before you serve it so it will retain it's crunch and not get soggy. you will love all the great flavors and textures. adapted from chef tal ronnen's the conscious cook.
sharon the rocket gifted me with now serving: fmb favourites, a cookbook from the farmers and merchants bank. this recipe sounds so refreshing. adapted slightly to make it less sweet.
a copycat of the papa burger from a&w restaurant chain. i 'net scrounged it a long time ago.
this is the absolute best carrot cake i have ever tasted. it comes from abbott northwestern hospital, station 63-- it's not hospital food, but a recipe from one of the nurses there. it is fantastic! make it a day ahead and put it in the fridge after it is
this recipe is from "apple companion", which i found at amish acres in the heart of indiana's amish country. if you ever have a chance, pick up a copy of this cookbook! i have found most of the recipes to be outstanding, including this one, which i make a
very simple side dish with very simple ingredients. the color is great and the taste is even better. it's a great comfy fall dish.
i was hungry today and i just happened to have all of these ingredients on hand. feel free to substitute cheese and pita or even the veggies. this does not need to be specific.
this recipie has become a staple at all our holiday family dinners. whenever we take a dish to a potluck, this is the one we take and is always a big hit with everyone. there is usually no leftovers, since everyone gobbles it up. you might want to double
the secret ingredient in these soft cookies is coffee! just like the french add a dash of black pepper to their chocolate, coffee adds that extra "something" to chocolate chip cookies. you won't be able to place the extra ingredient, but you will definite
i developed this recipe while i was in the u.s. navy stationed at nas whidbey island, attached to the world famous va-165 boomers as an aq. although the a6-e intruder did not have afterburners, i am sure you will think the name is appropriate after you ha
these sweet potatoes are addictive and can be paired with just about anything!
change it up at your next bbq! sauce with a clean fresh zing! saw this on food network and found the recipe on about.com there are two others on zaar but this one is just a little different. the longer you can wait to use it the better but can be use
connie's recipe from family collection. this recipe is delicious on ritz crackers, tortilla pin-wheels or even a bagel.
source: emeril lagasse (www.foodtv.com)
this recipe used to be printed on the tofurkey box, but no longer. my vegan son loves this, as does everyone else that tries it.
abc pizza. creamy and gooey pizza. out of the ordinary pizza. this is total comfort food. it comes together quickly with the use of premade alfredo sauce and pizza crust.
this is my version of ruby tuesday's new orleans tilapia. tilapia fillets are baked then topped with alfredo sauce, sauteed red peppers and garlic cooked shrimp. i'm not very good at copycatting recipes, but we had this last night and it was mighty fine.
this is my very own all purpose seasoning blend that i use on a daily basis. will store on the counter up to 2 months. will keep in the freezer for up to 12 months. use anyplace you would use regular salt and pepper. feel free to experiment with your favo
been making 1/4 pound burgers like this forever, and dont think its ever been posted here. one of our all-time favorites on the summer grill! we also love these with a slice of cooked bacon for a bacon cheeseburger.
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