Celtic Cafe 2015
Turkey Chili and All the Fixins'
Fresh Pumpkin Cookies
Slow-Roasted Garlic & Lemon Chicken
Triple Chocolate Snowball Cookies
Chicken and Dumplings
Creme Brulee French Toast
Lela's Pico Dillo (Spanish chili)
Mrs. Jennifer Hernandez’s EASY Cheese Stuffed Shells
Mrs. Ormsby's Favorite Spinach Dip
Mrs. Ormsby's Coffeee Cake
Grandma McGill's Baked Macaroni and Cheese
Ecuadorian Shrimp Curry
Father Chucks Grilled Burgers
Father Chuck's Grilled Stuffed Jalapenos
Julie's Favorite Mango-Pineapple Salsa
Mrs. Caruso's Sweet Jelly Chili
Mr North's PopPop's Turkey and White Bean Chili
Mr. North's No Bake Peanut Butter
Cyndi's Favorite Sausage Dip
Cyndi's Favorite Reuben Dip
Lunch ala LP
CJ's Crazy Lunch
Mrs. Bellucia's Favorite Russian Tea Cakes
Turkey Chili and All the Fixins'A fresh, hearty, nutritious meal to please a crowd! Serve the turkey chili over rice with a side Spinach Salad and Fresh Pumpkin cookies for dessert. Submitted by: "Deedee Gatz"
Spinach SaladA hearty salad with plenty of protein and flavor. Serve for dinner with turkey chili and fresh pumpkin cookies for dessert! Submitted by: "Deedee Gatz"
Fresh Pumpkin CookiesUse the meat from your jack-o-lantern for this fall treat! Serve after Turkey Chili and Spinach Salad dinner. Submitted by: "Deedee Gatz"
Slow-Roasted Garlic & Lemon ChickenThis recipe was created by Nigella Lawson. I have made this recipe for anything from entertaining Diplomats, while living overseas, to taking a meal to friends in need. It is always a hit, and my family loves it as well! So easy! So pretty! So yummy! Enjoy! Submitted by: "Terri Micillo"
Triple Chocolate Snowball CookiesI like to make these cookies to bring to pot lucks and office parties. They are so good, that I have to grab one as I take the cover off, because they're usually gone before I have time to say hello to friends and get back to the food table. :) Great for taking to cookie exchanges, too! Easy to make and delicious! Enjoy! Submitted by: "Terri Micillo"
Chicken and DumplingsThis is an easy one dish main course. It pairs well with green beans. Submitted by: "MelissaAnne"
Banana LoafA wonderful family favorite any time of the year, enjoyed for years in our family by adults and children alike. We make it as a loaf or as cupcakes. From our home to yours, enjoy! Submitted by: "Grace Berro"
Creme Brulee French ToastPrep the night before and bake in the morning. Submitted by: "Missy Vivino"
Hashbrown CasseroleQuick and easy. Goes great with smoked pork chops or ham. Submitted by: "Missy Vivino"
Lela's Pico Dillo (Spanish chili)My husband's family on his mother's side come from a long line of chefs and restaurant owners, including the Cafe Sevilla, owned and operated by his "Lelo", and Las Novedades of Ybor City. Pico Dillo is more comfort food than restaurant fare, and at my home it makes a weekly appearance, particularly because I can make it when I have some free time and serve it on short notice. It freezes well and serves as the base for stuffed potatoes (papas rellenos) and empanadas. This recipe was given to me by his grandmother, Lily Carreno. Submitted by: "Ruth Alessi"
Mrs. Jennifer Hernandez’s EASY Cheese Stuffed ShellsHere is a simple recipe that works well on one of those nights when you have 20 minutes to cook! Serves enough for dinner and leftovers tomorrow for a family of five! Submitted by: "Jennifer Hernandez"
Mrs. Ormsby's Favorite Spinach DipThe recipe is The Best Spinach Artichoke Dip Ever from Yammie's Noshery! Submitted by: "Laura Lynn Ormsby"
Mrs. Ormsby's Coffeee CakeThis is from Food Wanderings recipe titled Strawberry Cream Cheese Coffee Cake! Submitted by: "Laura Lynn Ormsby"
Winter WonderlandMy sister-in-law began making this treat for Christmas years ago and everyone in our family loves it! It is also great for filling gift bags and tins or to bring to holiday parties. Nuts can be omitted as necessary and you can adjust the ingredients to make a smaller batch if you want. I hope Winter Wonderland will be a recipe you and your family will enjoy as well! Best Wishes, Elaine Allgeier (a.k.a. Jack Allgeier's mom - Class of 2016) Submitted by: "Elaine Allgeier"
Grandma McGill's Baked Macaroni and CheeseThis Macaroni and Cheese recipe was my Grandmother's homemade recipe. She always served it on the farm in Tennessee when the whole family got together for Thanksgiving or Christmas. Now I carry on the tradition by always making it for our family on the holidays! Submitted by: "Annette Alexander"
Ecuadorian Shrimp CurryThis recipe is a very popular dish from the Ecuadorian coastal region. I lived in the mountains and remember longing for the summer time when I would get to go to my grand parents beach house. Around my grand parents house, there were many little family own restaurants were we would eat. The very first dish I would order when I got to the beach was the Shrimp Curry, it is absolutely one of my favorites!!! Submitted by: "Ursula Mortensen"
Nanaimo barsFather Chuck tripled this recipe for International (Canadian) Food Night at the seminary! Submitted by: "Father Chuck"
Father Chucks Grilled BurgersI'm terrible with measurements and such but here are two of my favorite things to grill. These are best with a charcoal grill. My burger recipe is simple but very tasty. Submitted by: "Father Chuck"
Father Chuck's Grilled Stuffed JalapenosI enjoy grilling and these are a hit every time! Submitted by: "Father Chuck"
Julie's Favorite Mango-Pineapple SalsaI LOVE this Williams and Sonoma recipe! Submitted by: "Julie Sakre"
Mrs. Caruso's Sweet Jelly ChiliMy family and I love this chili. Sometimes we are just not in the mood for spicy chili, but we always love this with the spicy sweet combination. Submitted by: "Kelly Caruso"
Mr North's PopPop's Turkey and White Bean ChiliThis is a family favorite that I love to make! Serve with sour cream, chopped green onions and shredded Monterey Jack cheese. Can also serve with rice if you want. Submitted by: "Mr. North"
Mr. North's No Bake Peanut ButterYou will be hooked on this wonderful creation - I know my family is! Submitted by: "Mr. North"
Cyndi's Favorite Sausage DipThis is a hit at holiday gatherings and anytime family and friends come over! Serve with Frito's or Tostito scoops. Submitted by: "Cyndi Spack"
Cyndi's Favorite Reuben DipGoes great with family, friends and football! Submitted by: "Cyndi Spack"
Lunch ala LPTired of sandwiches - here is a healthy alternative! Mix and match your favorite veggies, fruits and additions. Take the dressing on the side. Top the meal off with a small side of cookies! Submitted by: LP
CJ's Crazy LunchPair a favorite protein, fruit and grain for a lunch of appetizers! Submitted by: "CJ"
Mrs. Bellucia's Favorite Russian Tea CakesI enjoy making these cookies for my family and friends. Once they are cooled, you can store them for a week in Tupperware. Submitted by: "Catherine Bellucia"
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