This recipe is originally from Facebook with some modifications made by the Test Kitchen of Dave. Great recipe. Enjoy!Continue reading
I remember these cookies from my childhood. This was part of the annual Christmas cookie bake-a-thon. I know this recipe isn’t original as I copied it from the back of the Kisses package I used for making these.
Anyway, it’s a great cookie and not hard to make. Enjoy!Continue reading
January weather is on the colder side here in Delaware. Great time to break out soup type recipes. Here’s one loosely based on a recipe from Spend with Pennies.
In our version, we added more veggies, used crab leg for the fish, and adjusted the seasoning by increasing the Old Bay and adding in some red pepper flake. We also like our chowder on the thinner side so we used half & half instead of heavy cream and used less of it but added more wine. For us, this recipe covers all the bases when it comes to chowder.Continue reading
This recipe is from a good friend’s wife, Connie. It’s a simple recipe that goes together quickly. We’ve made it a couple of times and it’s a hit every time! I know that I have to stay away from it, otherwise I’m shoveling the stuff down my throat! Definitely yummy! Make some and let me know what you think about it.Continue reading
Like the Christmas Nut Thins, French Butter Horns were made every holiday season while growing up in Wisconsin. These cookies are pastry-based, light, and very delicious. This recipe was part of the 1998 inaugural edition of the family recipe collection.
While they’re good, these also require a bit more labor to make them. It’s worth though.Continue reading
Gotta love cookies and especially during the holidays. Growing up, our Mom would make all sorts of deliciousness for the holidays. My sisters and I would be expected to help in various ways. It might be mixing, frosting, or, in my case, conducting quality control on the cookies. Yum! Yep, everyone was expected to help.Continue reading
Growing up and continuing with my family, this was a staple at our holiday meals. It was difficult determining if this should be considered a side dish or a dessert as it works for both. So, I tagged it for both.
My Mom’s version was 3 layers; jello mixture, sour cream, and topped off with the remaining jello. In my version, I go with 5 layers. Just seems to look more festive to me. Whichever way you do, it’ll still be tasty!
Note: This recipe was first published in the 2007 family recipe collection.Continue reading
Here are the 2016 recipes from family members. We have many years that I’ll be posting over the next few weeks.
Thank you, Tracy, for all the work you do in pulling this together each year!
From Grandpa Ed (A.K.A. Our Dad)
- Stir Fry Seasoning Mix
- Venison Medallions With Horseradish Cream Sauce
- Braised Venison with Rosemary and Mushrooms