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Cabbage and Noodles
Favorite String Bean Soup
Two Hour Nut Roll
Peanut Butter Cream Pie
Key Lime Pie
Chocolate Chip Skillet Cookie
Pina Colada Cupcakes
No Fail Vanilla Cupcakes
Chocolate Buttercream Frosting
Homemade Sub Rolls
Pineapple Upside Down Cake
Hungarian KifflesThis recipe is my Eastern European Grandmothers. Having her recipes is like having her right there with me in the kitchen. Her cooking was phenomenal and I am happy to share!
Cabbage and NoodlesI grew up in a Hungarian/Ukrainian family. Cabbage and noodles were part of our life. My mother called cabbage and noodles smelly cabbage.
Apple CakeThis apple cake recipe is my Ukrainian Grandmother's recipe. I am sharing this recipe with you exactly how it was passed down to me. Simple, easy and delicious!
ColeslawThis is my Ukrainian grandmothers coleslaw recipe. It's simple and has a special ingredient, honey!
Favorite String Bean SoupString bean soup is a month of June tradition in our family. In northeast PA the month of June is string bean picking time. That doesn’t mean I only crave this soup in June! A reminder that I said in an earlier post that I don’t have many soup recipes up my sleeve and I have to admit this is the best one! This soup is too good to keep a secret so I am happy to share it! This recipe is not difficult to make but it does take a little time to prepare to get it just right. I generally don’t like to waste my time with things that are only so-so. Chopping the vegetables and waiting for the onions to melt is time consuming but the effort that goes into preparing this soup is definitely not a waste of time! This is an absolutely amazing creamy soup! Serve with a nice piece of Rye Bread.
Two Hour Nut RollNut roll like kiffles does not have to be eaten only during the holidays. I consider this dessert like a box of Tasteycakes, they can be eaten any time! This is my Aunt’s recipe and it has been tweaked so that it’s a little sweeter. This is an Eastern European Dessert.
Peanut Butter Cream PieThe recipe is my Mother-in-Law's recipe. She grew up in Louisville, KY and I am happy to share it with you.
PierogiesA family recipe passed down from my Baba (Ukrainian Grandmother). Pierogies are and were always a weekly dinner. My father and mother always served pieorgies with a side of grape jelly and sour cream.
Key Lime PieI got this recipe from my sister that lives in Florida. Did you know Key Lime Pie is the state pie of Florida? Use fresh key limes for that authentic key lime taste.
Chocolate Chip Skillet CookieUsing a 10-inch cast-iron skillet to bake your big chocolate chip cookie makes it easy to create what turns out like a giant cookie pie.
No Fail Vanilla CupcakesAfter many trial and errors I have come up with this no fail vanilla cupcake recipe.
Chocolate Buttercream FrostingChocolate Buttercream Frosting that is simple to make and is the perfect compliment for cupcakes and cakes.
Homemade ButtermintsWho doesn't like those buttermints you get at restaurants? Making them at home is so easy you'll wonder why you haven't tried this!
Homemade Sub RollsWhy not give these homemade rolls a try! These rolls are soft on the inside and not too hard on the outside. Making them at home is so much better than the store bought rolls!
Pineapple Upside Down CakeThe cast iron pan makes an ordinary pineapple upside down cake extra special and the jewel is in the topping! Such sweetness!
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My cookbook is a labor of love, derived from 30+ years of trial and error in my very own “test kitchen.” Including family recipes and new recipes I discovered along the way. My goal is to combine my love for cooking and traveling and share with you the treasures I find.