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Ada suggests using a double boiler to cook the cornmeal mixture. Serve warm with whipped cream.
A fine dish for Saturday lunch or Sunday supper, served with a Waldorf salad.
Bruce makes his own supply of apple butter each year and prefers using Cortland apples, which don’t...
“McIntosh apples have a dandy flavor, but Cortlands keep their color best after peeling and are the...
Patti is the kind of cook who cuts her pie apples into identical slices and then arranges them one...
Chock-full of goodness, these make a healthy dessert or afternoon snack for children.
Serve this hot and slathered with butter for breakfast, or spread with cream cheese for afternoon ...
Another recipe-contest winner for Charlie. For best results, use a spicy and strong-flavored...
Very tart but so good. Try it toasted with honey for a real treat. Best to let bread sit for a day...
“The Chinese technique for cooking vegetables is fast, doesn’t waste nutrients, and preserves their...
When making her pickles and relishes, Mary always tries to use the freshest produce she can find –...
A cool summer salad that looks pretty and tastes terrific.
If practice does make perfect, then the baked beans that Hildur has made thousands of times must be...
Baked fish fillets drizzled with garlic-and-dill-flavored butter. Garnish with thin slices of lemon...
These are even more delicious than French-fried potatoes.
“When I cooked at the inn, this was my specialty. My family likes a wet stuffing, so that’s how I...
Mushroom caps filled with a savory mixture if chopped salami, prosciutto, cheese, and herbs – ...
A sinfully rich dessert of caramel, cream cheese, and rum-poached banana slices, topped with an...
“Beef stroganoff should be made with fillet. It’s expensive, but there’s really no alternative. If...
Crisp and golden outside, soft inside, these are fantastic for breakfast. Serve warm, drizzled with...
This blueberry muffin recipe is especially wonderful if you've picked wild blueberries!
Cheesey and quiche-like, with a delicious crunchy brown crust top and bottom – great for Sunday...
Attractive, crunchy, semicircular-shaped cookies, with a mild anise flavor and slightly nutty taste...
This recipe won a blue ribbon at the Goshen (Connecticut) Fair—thus the name. The pumpkin pie is...
Experiment with various amounts of mint, lemon rind, and ginger to discover the combination that...
So simple, so good. Use fresh or dry frozen berries.
Reminiscent of a popover in taste and texture, but sweet. Accompany with citrus fruit salad, and...
Moist, with a cake-like texture. Serve plain, frosted, or topped with ice cream.
Brysell is the Swedish word for Brussels. These cookies are similar in taste to sugar cookies and...
These rich, creamy centers produce chocolates of the finest quality. Dipped candies can he...
Barbara is adventurous in her cooking and especially enjoys experimenting with breads of all kinds...
Absolutely elegant – brandy lends a gourmet touch, raspberries an exquisite color.
This recipe provides the occasion for an annual summer watermelon party. These crunchy,...
Instead of chopped onion, Shirley recommends using it grated, which imparts the desired flavor but...
My version is really a rich egg bread. A real challah is made with water instead of milk, and oil...
“This must be prepared the day ahead in order for the flavors to blend properly. It looks elegant,...
Freezes beautifully and tastes even better the second time around. Experiment with the amounts of...
“This is almost like Boston Brown Bread. It’s our favorite Saturday night meal with baked beans.”
Neat little envelopes with rich cheese filling, gently browned in butter. “I cover them with...
A rich, fine-textured cheesecake topped with a shimmering glaze of strawberries. Rose’s recipe...
A miniature version of cheesecake but so easy to make.
Green pepper and pimiento make this old favorite look very festive and add a little extra zip!...
Clarified butter is butter that has been melted and then strained to remove the milk solids. This...
Green peas give this familiar favorite a unique twist.
Dorothy’s family insists that she make this for Christmas dinner; it’s their all-time favorite....
“My father never allowed us to have spices. In my chicken pie there are no spices, only the salt in...
Excellent served with barbecued chicken. For a spicier dish, add a dash of cayenne to the sauce.
Dolce Torinese is the Italian name for this divine dessert, which is rich but light, and not too ...
Very rich and buttery. These cookies do not freeze well.
Although this requires some time to prepare, the finished product compensates for the effort made.
Kathy maintains she could live forever on a desert island on a diet of boiled shrimp and chocolate...
Lovely version of an old favorite. Tastes best served warm. Decorate with whole candied cherries,...
Cheese, curry, bacon, and mango chutney create a unique combination of flavors. Serve as an open...
This is as easy to make as sloppy joes, but much more of a treat.
“Before freezing soft bars like these, I wrap them individually in plastic wrap. It takes time, but...
If using fresh corn, you might want to reduce or omit the sugar altogether; however, canned corn is...
Ada gets a number of requests to make this wonderfully flavorful bread. The recipe makes 6 small...
Unmold onto a bed of lettuce leaves, and swirl a dressing of half mayonnaise and half sour cream...
Rich and filling, this rewarms well but should not be brought to the boiling point.
Flaky cream cheese pastry enclosing a sweet date filling.

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