Dave's Wedding Cookbook that Laura is going to Love
Fresh Strawberry Dessert
Auntie Mae's Sugar Cookies
Barbecue Salmon Steaks
Oven Stew for Two
Barbecue chicken wings
Salted Butter and Chocolate chunk Shortbread Cookies
Creamy Mac 'n Cheese
SpaghettiThis recipe was given to me by my friend Kay when we lived in Egypt. It is a Bolognese style meat sauce that makes a wonderful base for lasagna.
Auntie Mae's Sugar CookiesMy great aunt Mae McLaughlin made these cookies for us whenever we would visit her down the beach in Nantasket. My mother adopted this recipe and it has become a family favorite.
Scampi ItalianoThis recipe came from the Nashua Telegraph Cookbook and I prepared this dish when I competed in the cooking contest. Didn't win, but it is a family favorite and so easy to make.
Corn CasseroleIt is the most requested dish at our office Thanksgiving potluck dinner. My family loves it too!
Barbecue Salmon SteaksI picked up this recipe in the grocery store years ago and loved it from the first time we made it. The marinade is bold and delicious.
Oven Stew for TwoThis is the perfect meal for a cold winter night. Simple to prepare and very tasty.
Delmonico PotatoesThis was handed down to me by my mom, Grammy Marie McLaughlin. I think of her every time I make it.
Salted Butter and Chocolate chunk Shortbread CookiesThis recipe is from Cousin Cait Robbins who is clearly a pro at baking them. In fact, they are so good, they never get to the storage stage! (So I've heard!)
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My cookbook contains recipes that have been handed down from my mother, mother-in-law, great aunt and friends. Now that I am retired, I would like to create an archive for my most cherished recipes.
Our favorite family recipes will help Laura and Dave get off to a good start in the kitchen!