my dh's amish mother raised him on this recipe. he much prefers it over store-bought ketchup. it was a taste i had to acquire, but now my ds's also prefer this type of ketchup. enjoy!
this recipe calls for the crust to be prebaked a bit before adding ingredients. feel free to change sausage to ham or bacon. this warms well in the microwave for those late risers.
i stole (and adapted) this recipe from applesforhealth.com, because they have stolen dozens of recipes from me and hundreds of recipes from recipezaar! the original source of the recipe is the art of cooking for the diabetic. low sodium and low cholestero
make this the day before you need it and re-heat right before serving time. thanks to susan branch ("autumn") for this wonderful recipe. on the day of serving, prepare your "serving bowl" by baking a hollowed out pumpkin (remove seeds & stringy gunk,
ready, set, cook! reynolds wrap contest entry. my version of a favorite bakery treat, a butter-rich crust is topped with an almond-scented cream cheese filling, topped off with dark chocolate ganache and toasted almonds.
graham kerr was the famous galloping gourmet from england! you will enjoy this! england, belgium, new england.
stuffed pork tenderloin, so juicy and tender! this has a wonderful flavor, all blending together to make the perfect stuffed tenderloin. it will look like you have been working in the kitchen for hours, this has such a beautiful presentation. serve wit
i went through all the haystack recipes on zaar and did not see these. they are a little different as they don't use the chow mein noodles. they are easy and too good to leave off. i want to try these with dry roasted peanuts and maybe butter instead of t
this is a lovely cake to make with fresh blueberries, serve with a little whipped cream on top and enjoy!
i've found some old recipes and i'm feeling quite nostalgic these days and want to "safe keep" tried and true recipes from years past that taste great and were well received. this particular recipe came from the back of the box of "swans down self rising
here's an side dish or light supper that can be served hot or cold. love those onions!!!
i reverse-engineered old dutch french onion dip and created an easy "fresh" alternative that i personally think tastes far better than old dutch or lays without all the unpronounceable additives and preservatives. i hesitated to refer to this as a copyca
this is a delicious hot coffee drink! great for the cold weather and pretty to sip! i love "coffee, raspberry and whipped cream"...very good!
we shared this pie at an amish restaurant in the area..and begged for the recipe and here it is!!
this is so simple. a pan-fried chicken and gravy recipe that goes great with a simple salad and mashed potatoes (to sop up all the creamy gravy). i love shaker cooking, i think i got this recipe about 40 years ago at the hancock shaker village.
this recipe has become so famous at all of my family's gatherings that mom had to get more bean pots! she's made these beans for as long as i can remember. there are never any leftovers, no matter how many batches she makes. note: cooking time does not i
this is my dad's favorite birthday cake. old, even brown, bananas make a moister cake. this can be made a couple days ahead and covered tightly at room temperature.
this recipe is a multiple winner at the newport, rhode island and boston, massachusetts chowder festivals. at the newport chowder festival the venus de milo is a 3 time winner and has been enshrined in the chowder hall of fame. the secret to an exceptiona
my husband loves this and i make it about once a week for him. friends and family have asked me to make this for them and for get togethers. this salad is basically put together with anything you like in a salad. so you can add or not use what is listed.
this came from r.f.r.,..about a year ago. i love them.
a quick and tasty dip to prepare and serve warm or cold. for a fancier presentation (if serving cold), serve it in an attractive and colorful hollowed out vegetable, such as an acorn squash.
pals cabin is an old restaurant in west orange, nj that is famous for this soup. http://www.palscabin.com/index.htm i found the recipe in a cookbook called "cooking for love." i guessed the time since i haven't made this yet. didn't want to lose it.
this was a recipe that belonged to my aunt vera. she had a ton of great recipes.
this is my favorite way to cook haddock. the recipe was originally for baked stuffed shrimp, so you could use it for that also.
adapted from classic home cooking cookbook, this is rich and delicious! french, new england, south, mid west, mid atlantic
the seasoning in this recipe is used by marylanders when steaming crabs and shrimp, but it adds such a unique flavor to chicken as well. we also sprinkle it on french fries.
venison mincemeat is an old maine tradition. the deer neck is normally used, but any scrap bones can provide the boiled meat. moose or beef also makes good mincemeat if venison is not available.
this is my very own twist on a great comfort dish. if you love potato's and mac and cheese, then this is for you.
a delicious and cute recipe i found from donna hay's food fast cookbook. absolutely delish!!
this recipe is the one my aunt used to make and we love it. we do add a bit of cinnamon but you dont have to.
copycat recipe, posted by request. i have not yet made this myself. this recipe is from todd wilbur's book even more top secret recipes.
this is from a famous brand names cookbook that my mama gave me. i don't eat any meat, with the exception of seafood, so i skip the bacon and use imitation chicken broth or vegetable broth as the base. enjoy!
got this in a recipe swap a few years ago from a woman who owned a small diner. she says customers really enjoyed these, maybe you will too. eat warm from the oven or re-heat in microwave, scrumptious with vanilla ice cream. ovens vary so bake time is
everyone i've ever made these cookies for describes them as very similar to tea cakes; they are very fluffy with a unique flavor. the recipe was given to me by a close friend of my great-aunt jackie. they are yum yum good!!
this is a recipe i got from my grandma, whose dishes have left a lasting memory with everyone who has ever eaten her food. this is a very rich, hearty soup that is super easy and my entire family enjoys.
not one of your sweet dessert-type martinis. this is the real deal. if you are like me, you like your alcoholic drinks to taste of alcohol! makes it easier to keep track of your intake! the chilling directions alone are worth the price of admission.
courtesy of the lighthouse keeper's cookbook of maine.
my mom made this as we were growing up. it's not meatloaf as we think of it in the traditional form, but it sure is good. serve with a salad and some rolls and your all set. a real budget saver as well!
an easy and elegant way to use up leftover turkey! adapted from busycooks. new england, canada, mid atlantic mid west
this smells as good as it tastes! great served over pasta or rice, or scooped up with crusty bread. adapted from cooking light magazine(june 2004)
i am a super clam chowder snob. roux has no place in clam chowder, unless you're trying to hide old gummy fish parts, but then, why would you cook it? this is a thin, light, yet deliciously hearty clam chowder that you can have more than one bowl. i us
i diaganosed with prediabetes and i'm was looking for a pumpkin pie recipe. so i came up with one to do.
this is a soft and chewy bread that is both tangy and wholesome! four different seeds and whole wheat flour give this bread a hearty texture.
havent tried this yet. looked like the easiest version of this sauce. found it on a bb somewhere.
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