Michelle Losey's Family Recipes
Michelle Losey's Chunky Chili
Michelle Losey's Chicken Soup
Barbecued Beans Elaine Mazur's Style
Sweet Kraut -Michelle Losey's
Michelle Losey's Easy Sloppy Joes
Homestyle Beef Stroganoff Michelle Losey's Style
Angel Food Cake w/ Strawberries and Cool Whip
Bread Pudding Linda Williamson's Style
Barbecue Sauce for Ribs Chicken ect. Linda Williamson's Style
Porcupine Balls (Also Stuffed Peppers and Stuffed Cabbage) Elaine Mazur's Style
Fried Corn and Peppers Michelle Losey's Style
Michelle Losey's Blueberry Pie w/Crunch Topping
Corned Beef and Cabbage and Irish Boiled Dinner Elaine Mazur's Style
Bill Fankhauser's Classic Macaroni Salad (its famous)
Tater Tot Soup
Pork Steaks and Scalloped Potatoes and Onions Elaine Mazur's Style
Mandarin Orange Deep Dish Pie Michelle Losey's
Creamy Dutch Pea Soup (or Bean) Linda Williamson's Recipe
City Chicken Barb Fankhauser's Style
Michelle Losey's Chicken Cordon Bleu
Linda Williamson's Broccoli and Carrot Mash
Michelle Losey's Cheese and Pineapple Fluff Pie
Mais Stamppot ( Corn, peppers and potato mash served over beef and gravy)
Linda Williamson's Homemade Applesauce
Thanksgiving Ham Chunks Shannon Losey's Style
Michelle Losey's Rabbit Shake n Bake Style
Buffalo & Beef Meatloaf Michelle Losey's Style
Chicken, Mushroom and Stuffing Casserole
MOMS BEST APPLE CAKE
PUMPKIN CUSTARD OR PIE
BAKED MACARONI AND CHEESE BARB FANKHAUSER'S STYLE
FRIED BOLOGNA SANDWICH BARB FANKHAUSER'S STYLE
Chocolate Butterfinger Freezer Pie
Strawberry Blueberry Crunch Pie
HAMBURGER, MUSHROOM AND RICE CASSEROLE
Michelle Losey's Chunky ChiliThis basic recipe came from my Grandmother through my mother and then to me. But like always I had to change it ever so slightly to make it my own by making it chunky. Everybody always asks how do you make the hamburger chunky? Simple make sure the meat is frozen when you put it in the pan :) Good for cold days (my sons fav recipe but he refuses to eat it w/out saltine crackers lol)
Michelle Losey's Chicken SoupBone soups are very good for you and chicken soups are still used as medicine in many households including ours! This version,my mothers version 'Barb Fankhauser's chicken soup' And my Great Grandmas "Linda Williamson's Carcass Soup" are very good for colds and flu! It even helps sick animals by the dropperful :)
Barbecued Beans Elaine Mazur's StyleOne of my Grandmothers baked bean recipes. The pic is w/ the Hawaiian version that I make most often :) This can also be cooked over campfire!
Sweet Kraut -Michelle Losey'sThis recipe is a family New yrs Eve and Passover tradition. Its to help us to remember to temper the bitter w/the sweet in the coming New Yr! Even kids that don't like regular sauerkraut like this.
Homestyle Beef Stroganoff Michelle Losey's StyleI actually got this recipe from my Great Grandma through my Grandma. This is a Finnish and Dutch recipe.
Angel Food Cake w/ Strawberries and Cool WhipA favorite Birthday cake for alot of my family :) Adding blueberries makes a good 4th of July red white and blue cake!
Bread Pudding Linda Williamson's StyleThis is another good recipe from my Dutch Great Grandma :) who handed it down to my grandma who changed it a lil. Then to my mother who used my Great Grandma's way then to me who changed it a lil. LOL I'll just write the original w/ options for the other changes :) In the one in the pic here I didn't add the merangue I never do!
Barbecue Sauce for Ribs Chicken ect. Linda Williamson's StyleThis recipe came from my Dutch Great Grandma and was a guarded family secret 'till my ma gave it to the place she worked Phil's Ribs. Shame on her!!! I use this for my western style barbecue ribs but I also really like it for pulled pork sandwiches too :) (where the pulled pork cooks in this sauce not just spooned over it!) This recipe can be used w/ pork, beef, chicken, wild game you name it. If you can barbecue it you need this sauce to do it in! Pic of large barbecued rib w/ this sauce yumm!
Porcupine Balls (Also Stuffed Peppers and Stuffed Cabbage) Elaine Mazur's StyleThis is one of our families main meals. We serve the Tomato gravy over instant rice. Homemade fried corn and peppers is a great veggie side dish for this :)
Fried Corn and Peppers Michelle Losey's StyleLibby's calls it mexicorn :P Making it w/ fresh green peppers taste so much better! (The one pictured I cut peppers way too small)
Michelle Losey's Blueberry Pie w/Crunch ToppingWhile growing up we had blueberry bushes and that meant fresh blueberries! My fav!!!
Corned Beef and Cabbage and Irish Boiled Dinner Elaine Mazur's StyleI guess this one came from the Irish side of my family but no one specifically said which relative it came from. I personally like the Kielbasa variation best :)
Bill Fankhauser's Classic Macaroni Salad (its famous)My dad RIP always made this Mac Salad recipe for every get together. So now its time for us younger ones to learn his secrets! So here they are :) (Always tasted better when he made it though)
Mandarin Orange Deep Dish Pie Michelle Losey'sAfter making enough pies I found you can make a pie outta most any fruit, fruit mix, juice or vegetables and vegetable fruit mixes! So I began experimenting and this was one of my concoctions :)
Creamy Dutch Pea Soup (or Bean) Linda Williamson's RecipeThis recipe comes from my Dutch great grandma :) This is a traditional Dutch recipe! It's suppose to be slow cooked stirring often until it becomes thick enough to stand spoon in it. Served w/ homemade bread it is quite a filling meal! I personally like it a lil thinner. Still thick! Never thin by no means!!! Just not so thick the spoon stands up. If making Bean soup just change the peas to beans! This Bean soup recipe became popular in the New England states as the immigrants 1st landed in the New England area. It is still popular there and in the midwest :) There are alot of different kinds of dried beans you can use find one you like or experiment by mixing all different kinds :) or mix peas and beans together. *NOTE: Try to use unfluoridated water 'cuz peas and beans pick up alot of fluoride!
City Chicken Barb Fankhauser's StyleI remember my mom making this :) I think this recipe came from her friends here in Ohio. From what I've heard it seems to be made in the Ohio, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Indiana region. I think the original recipe calls for veal cubes w/ the pork but we refuse to eat baby animals!!! But adult beef tastes good too :)
Michelle Losey's Chicken Cordon BleuMy recipe but did get the Idea of making slices in meat from a post on pinterest. This way you don't have to pound the meat and the cheese stays inside :)
Linda Williamson's Broccoli and Carrot MashFrom my Dutch Great Grandma :) Vegetable mashes are very traditional sides. With the most popular being traditional hutsut a mash of potatoes, carrots and onions. But to me it's a lil bland for a side and tastes much better served w/ beef and gravy! This brocc and carrot mash is a stand alone side and one of our favs! The other mash we make most often is one I concocted a mix of my fried corn and peppers with mashed potatoes. That one tastes great as a stand alone side and w/ beef and gravy! You can find that recipe here: http://www.bakespace.com/recipes/detail/Mais-Stamppot-%28-Corn%2C-peppers-and-potato-mash-served-over-beef-and-gravy%29/70305/
Michelle Losey's Cheese and Pineapple Fluff PieTrying to remember a family recipe and came up w/ this concoction that my family loved! Oh well back to the drawing board for the other recipe though :P
Mais Stamppot ( Corn, peppers and potato mash served over beef and gravy)My Dutch Great Grandma made this kind of food BUT I don't remember her making this corn mash... It was my own concoction that my family loves! I asked my Dutch friend here on BakeSpace Fanmajie what its called and she named it Mais Stamppot :) In the pic I served it w/ broccoli and carrot mash another fam favorite!
Linda Williamson's Homemade ApplesauceAnother good recipe handed dwn from my Dutch great grandma :) The hardest part about making this sauce is picking the right apples but once you get it dwn to your favorites the hard parts done :) The secret is using 1/2 pie apples the kind that tend to hold there shape when baked in a pie (Like: Cortland, Granny Smith, Gold rush, Ida red, Johnagold, Rhode Island greening, Braeburn, Northern spy, and Pink lady) and 1/2 sauce apples ones that are also good in cider are good choices too. (Like: Melrose, Macintosh, Honeycrisp, Johnathan, Winesap,Arkansas black and Rome) The sauce pictured is a combo of Melrose and Cortland. You can add several dif types if you want as long as they are split even pie and sauce apples :) (I used about 1/2 cup Br sugar for this batch).You can get more ideas of apples to choose from here: http://www.specialtyproduce.com/
Thanksgiving Ham Chunks Shannon Losey's StyleMy Grandmother Elaine Mazur just covered the top w/ this sauce. But I think my daughter Shannon (and her X Luis) was the 1st to make it in chunks. This way is my favorite way to eat Ham!!!
Michelle Losey's Rabbit Shake n Bake StyleDidn't have any shake and bake so made my own concoction that tastes better :)
Buffalo & Beef Meatloaf Michelle Losey's StyleBuffalo is a leaner meat than beef. So substituting it in beef recipes lowers your fat and cholesterol intake. Which is always good
PUMPKIN CUSTARD OR PIEMichelle Losey's version. I normally made this farm to table. Using home grown C. maxima or C. moschata squash or mix of those two. I quit using C. pepo pumpkins as I found they were too watery, tasteless or tasted like gourds. Gross! This recipe is for pumpkin custard or as pie filling makes 2 pies. My mother used regular Libby's premade canned pumpkin pie or if she bought pure unspiced libby's pumpkin pie filling she made the libby's pie on the can but changed the spices to cinnamon and nutmeg. My grandmother used libby's pure pumpkin and followed Libby's pie recipe on the can but changed spices to cinnamon, allspice nutmeg, ginger and cloves. My great grandma used home grown squash like me but she used a pinch or 2 of the spices nutmeg, cardamon, cloves and ginger. But kept the cinnamon at 2 tsp The custard can be used in a parfait type desserts w/ honey vanilla homemade yogurt, whip cream ect. yumm!
BAKED MACARONI AND CHEESE BARB FANKHAUSER'S STYLEI'm weird I don't really like mac and cheese to well. But I know the rest of the universe does! So here is my mothers recipe for you to try because I think its the best in this universe :)
Chocolate Butterfinger Freezer PieOne of my concoction pies. I love making this pie 'cuz of the compliments I get when I make it. "Best pie EVER!", "OMG so good!". "This is awesome!" , "Can I get another piece?" ect
Strawberry Blueberry Crunch PieThis was just another one of my concoctions that tasted really good. I love blueberries and my hubby loves strawberries :) Actually I didn't measure any of the ingredients so the measurements I wrote dwn here are just approx.
HAMBURGER, MUSHROOM AND RICE CASSEROLEJust another one of my concoctions LOL Kinda tastes like beef stroganoff
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