This is a recipe for Chicken Fried Steak, one of the staple foods of Texas. Like with fried chicken, folks in each family or restaurant tend to have their own little "secrets" to preparing Chicken Fried Steak, so you can play with the recipe a bit. But if it don't include the cream gravy, it ain't been prepared right and it ain't a "secret" worth keeping.
A delicous and healthy fruit pudding that is easy to make. My grandmother passed this recipe to me over 60 years ago, however, I made some adjustments to the recipe. Grandmother made this pudding from the dried fruit that she prepared when the fruit was in season.
High in fiber and protein, low in fat, easy and really yummy! I've always think meatloaf looks and smells so delicious and savory so, as a vegetarian, I decided to make a no-meat version! This is basically our favorite meatloaf recipe but with cooked mashed lentils instead of ground meat. The result is a very tasty dinner!
Many years ago I made a cranberry-orange bread from a magazine clipping. It got lost and I've never found a suitable replacement, but this year, with the help and encouragement of Zaar members, I created my own version -- and I love it! I used the mini loaf pans to make this, so I could have 4. If you use bigger loaf pans, you will need to bake the loaves longer.
This is so far the BEST yeast free bread that I have baked for my daughter who has candida. It tastes really nice, holds together well and is so quick and easy to make. I adapted this recipe from an Irish Soda Bread recipe called Wheaten Bread which I found on an untitled web site.
This is really a easy dinner to put together. I usually make it when I have things I need to do around the house. I put it in the oven, do my laundry, vaccum the house and when I'm done dinner is ready!!!
This recipe was LOST IN TIME of how these ginger cookies were made at GIRARD COLLEGE in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Girard College was a completely self-sufficient live-in school for boys that was built according to the Will of Stephen Girard. My father entered the school in 1915 at the age of four. The school was known for their wonderful ginger cookies that the students called HUM MUDS, which meant MUD PIES FROM THE HOME. Through the years there have been many attempts to make these cookies, but only this is the correct recipe.
This sauce is a modification of a pink vodka sauce that I made to go with the lobster ravioli for my family's Christmas Eve Dinner. I find that in alot of restaurants, the vodka sauce is quite a heavy and creamy. This is my creation to try and keep the sauce a little lighter, as well as compliment the lobster ravioli. I realize that lobster ravioli, at least for me, is quite a decadent treat. Please feel free to use this sauce for any pasta, as it goes quite well with them all.