Recipes Collected from the People I Love
I thought to do the cookbook since family and friends for years now have asked for my grandma's recipes, and Read more...
I thought to do the cookbook since family and friends for years now have asked for my grandma's recipes, and
i thought to type them and other dear out of print recipes I cherish. The price is small so all can purchase while collecting a little money for my work - anyone who has created a cookbook knows it takes time to type up recipes. If I did not have a picture of the food (I took picture of these meals as much as I could), I put a flower or cat picture in its place to brighten ones day.
This cookbook was an act of love and has helped me pass this time waiting for surgery, happily enjoying sweet memories I have had breaking bread with family and friends over the years.
Macaroni and Beef Casserole
Mom's Baked Beans
Pumpkin Nut Bread
Grandma Hall's Prune Cake Recipe v1
Grandma Hall's Prune Cake Recipe v2
Lolly's Seven-Up Pound Cake Recipe
Lisa's "I love Grapes" Chicken Salad
Fresh Strawberry Pie
Mama Pat's Poke-a-Hole Lemon Cake
Meme's Broccolli Casserole
Madeline's Pretzel Salad
Marinated Chicken Recipe
Orange Fluff Salad
Biscuits from Scratch
Petit Sausage Balls
Orange Glaze Sweet Potatoes
Sweet Potato Souffle
Easy Apple Pie Filling
Easy Pie Shell
Cheerwine / Pineapple Juice Punch
Twenty-year-old Garlic Cheese Bread Biscuits
Cheese Ball using Cracker Barrel Cheese
Pineapple / Cherry Cheeseball
Cream Cheese and Chives Cheeseball
Lemon Jello Salad
Grandma's Biscuit Recipe
Texas Sheet Cake
Mom's Homemade Sweet Spaghetti Sauce
Lime Ice Cream Soda
Macaroni and Beef CasseroleGrandma made this recipe all the time - I personally love all the veges and put all the optional items in though grandma only put peas and tomatoes in hers. Mom only put tomatoes with peas as a side dish since she does not like peas.
Mom's Baked BeansMy mom always made this for dinners. I like real onions so I chop a few small slices of red onion into tiny bits and omit the minced onion. To balance that out I put an additional 4 TBsp of brown sugar into the mix - tastes great!
Lime PieNow days it may be hard to get a small can of limeade. My suggestion is double the ingredients and buy one large graham cracker crust and a set of those small single serving crusts that comes 6-8 a package. Children like my sis and me loved our own small pie.
Pumpkin Nut BreadRecipe was a treasured one in grandma's little cookbook though the current recipe looks to be written by my sister.
Grandma Hall's Prune Cake Recipe v1Grandma made this for holiday gatherings and the four corner pieces always went first. I double up on the icing to make sure all pieces end up soaked like the corner pieces.
Grandma Hall's Prune Cake Recipe v2I drop the drops of icing into a cup of clear glass measuring cup filled with water - I can clearly see when the drops form a soft ball through that.
Lolly's Seven-Up Pound Cake RecipeWhen I was a child, I stayed at Grandma's house after school until my parents picked Lolly and I up after work. Grandma fixed us all supper on Friday evenings. When she made pound cake, I would put a slice in a bowl, add two scoops of ice cream, top with Hershey chocolate from a can (remember having to make those triangle openings with a can opener), a couple of spoon plops of Cool Whip and top with a couple of cherries. Then Lolly and I watched Night Stalker and Rockford Files with Grandma on her small TV in her room. YUM! Those were the days!
Lisa's "I love Grapes" Chicken SaladMany options with this - I have even had this without the chicken and liked it. I think of it as a fruit salad that I make when I am looking to make something with whatever is on hand. Sometimes I throw in some cooked pasta I may have on hand.
Fresh Strawberry PieFond memories at Warren Wilson when me and my friends would chip in a couple of bucks each to buy a whole Shoney's strawberry pie. Such fun we would have!
Mama Pat's Poke-a-Hole Lemon CakeAs I said Mama Pat is the best cake maker. Enough Said. You can try different varieties like a strawberry, cherry, or orange one. Get a different cake mix, matching pudding and juice favoring for the icing. I like the orange one also.
Madeline's Pretzel SaladA very special lady is Madeline Hyatt. She really cooked up interesting food for UMW Circle meetings. She always found me something new to fix when I was in a pinch. I miss her so much!
Oriental SlawJoyce and Mildred taught me how to entertain many people on a budget. I treasured what they taught me so much!
Biscuits from ScratchGrandma would make them to go with homemade cream corn at dinner. Great at breakfast also!
Deviled EggsSuggested Stuffings to mash into yolks: 2 TBsp grated cheese, 1/4 tsp mustard, 1 tsp vinegar, 1 TBsp butter, salt and pepper.
Cheerwine / Pineapple Juice PunchI do not personally drink this anymore but when you need a quick punch made, this is an easy punch to whip up.
Twenty-year-old Garlic Cheese Bread BiscuitsThis is an old recipe cut from a magazine over 25 years ago.
Potato SaladThis is the recipe that both my mom and grandma taught me and they made for over 50 years.
Mom's Homemade Sweet Spaghetti SauceCan freeze sauce for later use by getting it in the freezer by day two in plastic sealed containers. Tip - make a double batch for spaghetti sauce tastes better the second day.
Lime Ice Cream SodaYou can sub ingredients - like get Cheerwine sherbet and cheerwine in place of the 7 up. Another combination is get orange sherbet with orange Crush or Nehi soda. Invent your own combination!
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These are recipes that I have collected from the people I love over the years. I thought to collect them in one place for family and friends with endearing stories and pictures to share. I thought to do the cookbook since family and friends for years now have asked for my grandma's recipes, and i thought to type them and other dear out of print recipes I cherish. The price is small so all can purchase while collecting a little money for my work - anyone who has created a cookbook knows it takes time to type up recipes. If I did not have a picture of the food (I took picture of these meals as much as I could), I put a flower or cat picture in its place to brighten ones day. This cookbook was an act of love and has helped me pass this time waiting for surgery, happily enjoying sweet memories I have had breaking bread with family and friends over the years. Enjoy! Lisa Sellers