Q: What did the baby corn say to its mom? Grease cookie sheets. Sift together the flour, baking soda and salt.
Beat in vanilla and egg. Mix in the sifted ingredients until just blended. Stir in the chocolate chips by hand using a wooden spoon. Cookies should be about 3 inches apart. Bake for 15, or until the edges are lightly toasted. Sprinkle with salt flakes it really brings out the flavor! Let them cool just a little bit.
In a large pan melt the butter and incorporate flour once butter starts to bubble a little. Whisk together for about a minute. Add tomato paste and whisk until smooth. Add the oregano, red pepper flakes and a pinch of salt. But I imagine many of the recipes were told to her by friends or she just made up or had learned over the years.
Clearly that was a well-loved recipe!
It was one of the last ones added so I imagine it was one of the more recent recipes. Only about a quarter of the book was filled with recipes. My grandparents cooked most meals by taste and not recipes.
But desserts are a little trickier, right? You gotta have those measurements to make sure it turns out just right. I saw this one and thought it was perfect to share right now in the heat of summer! Some vanilla wafers, some sweetened cream cheese and pie filling. You can definitely switch this out with other pie fillings. I think cherry or strawberry would be a few more favorites. Thank you, Grandma. Crush up those Nilla wafers. Or you can pop them into a ziploc bag and crush them with a rolling pin.
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We promise to not use your email for spam! This looks delicious!! I think it is so much fun uncovering treasured recipes…. I have one suggestion…I would mix some melted butter with the vanilla wafers … press into the pan and bake about 15 minutes, Think it would keep rhe wafers a little crunchier!
What do you think? Did you figure out your Cocolight recipe?
From your picture I can make out all but one ingredient and the cooking time. Please let me know if you can figure out the possibles. Thank you. Hi Sandy! How sweet are you to try to figure that out for me! My Dad and I have been trying. I got an email from someone who tried to clean up the photo and she was able to get a few more ingredients. Your eyes are better than mine!
LOL Thank you!! I plan on giving it a go VERY soon so stay tuned!
Made with a graham cracker crust and cherry pie filling. This is exactly the recipe I thought of! Cherry Delight has been a staple in our family dinners for more than 50 years!! Your recipes are always so fantastic! Are one of my fave food bloggers,out of close to? I either email subscribe,or through Bloglovin.
Anyway,noticed the last name Palubicki,in the book. My best bud from college had that last name. Wonder if you have any relatives in Wisconsin? I live in Buckeye,Az. My friend grew up in Black Creek,Wisconsin.
Anyway,thanks for all the wonderful food creations you have and continue to provide us all!???????? Hey Teri! He was sorta the black sheep and left the area when he went into the Navy. What is her name? Her name is Cathy ,has been so long that I am not sure if is with a C or a K!?
For this chicken tikka masala recipe, the yogurt helps tenderize the chicken; the garlic, ginger, and spices in the marinade infuse it with lots of flavor. You walked through the door, looked at the stove, and let out a "Yessssssssssss. Here's to happy sharing. One time I tried using Calrose rice because it was what I had on hand. Older generations knew how to cook vegetables and stretch a food dollar. It is a hoot! The flavor is great but it is almost mush and I did not over flake with a fork and I also browned the rice in butter and garlic prior to adding the liquid.
The little town of Black Creek. My hometown. Northeastern Wisconsin. Having lived in various areas of Wisconsin,this is absolutely NOT a common name. Funny,as her father was kind of a jerk.