A Taste of Greater Pennsylvania Red Cross Cookbook
French Onion Soup
Mom's Country Hash
French Toast Bake
Stuffed Pepper Skillet
Honey Garlic Cauliflower
Coquito-Puerto Rican Coconut Eggnog
Spaghetti alla Carbonara
Slow Cooker Mississippi Roast
Shrimp and Quinoa Broth Bowl
Old Fashioned Potato Salad
Beth's Garlic Bacon Brussel Sprouts
Pineapple Upside-Down Cake
French Onion SoupGrandmothers French Onion Soup Submitted by: "A Taste of Greater Pennsylvania Red Cross Cookbook"
Mom's Country HashThis recipe was my grandmothers passed onto my mother. During times when things were tough financially, this was a meal that cost very little, but still filled you up and tasted wonderful, especially on cold days. Submitted by: "Emma Strapple"
French Toast BakeSuper Delicious Overnight French Toast Bake recipe - This yummy sourdough bread is topped with brown sugar and cinnamon and baked to perfection taking French Toast to a whole new level. Submitted by: "Jennifer Gordon"
Stuffed Pepper SkilletThis Stuffed Pepper Skillet has that same delicious flavors that a stuffed pepper does, but there’s no stuffing to be done. Submitted by: "Jennifer Gordon"
Honey Garlic CauliflowerI really enjoy this dish and it reheats well. On its own or served with stir fry veggies, over rice, it's a delicious dish! Submitted by: "Renee Ault"
Coquito-Puerto Rican Coconut EggnogThis is a festive drink that is made around the holidays. Submitted by: "Lillian Bosh"
Butter ChickenButter Chicken is an Indian dish popular in countries all over the world. It is a dish made by marinating a chicken overnight in a yoghurt and spice mixture. The chicken is then roasted or baked. A sauce is made from butter, tomatoes, almonds and various spices, usually including the famous tandoori masala spice mix, and sometimes cream. Once the sauce is prepared, the marinated and roasted chicken is chopped and added to it. Submitted by: "Shamim Jiwa-Kassam"
Spaghetti alla CarbonaraThe name “Carbonara” actually comes from the fresh pepper, not the bacon. It is supposed to look like bits of charcoal. That said, really good bacon is key to the dish. Submitted by: "Margot Hillman"
LasagnaThis is a recipe that be turned into a variety of meals by using the term Lasagna. Meat can be substituted with a mixture of both Italian Sausage and Beef, use Veggies instead of Meat, Use Squid or fish as a substitute. Use your imagination when thinking of your next meal. Submitted by: "Stephanie Fetsko"
Slow Cooker Mississippi RoastFound this recipe online and i have been using it ever since. It is super flavorful and each of my roasts has fallen apart with this recipe - so very tender! Submitted by: "Lettice Brown"
Shrimp and Quinoa Broth BowlA recipe i found online and i absolutely love it. Quick and easy and i even sometimes double the recipe so i can have leftovers! Submitted by: "Lettice Brown"
Beth's Garlic Bacon Brussel SproutsThis is an easy recipe for busy people! Basically, chop up the sprouts and toss everything in together and cook over medium heat until it's crispy. I don't measure things, so sorry about that, lol. Just use your best guess...that's what I do! Submitted by: "Beth Ritter-Guth"
Pineapple Upside-Down CakeFrom the Church Supper Cookbook, edited by David Joachim Submitted by: "Deb Lozano"
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