SEPA Cookbook 2020
Mini Chocolate Cream Cheese Cupcakes
Baked Macaroni and Cheese
Chocolate Crackle Cookies
Sweet Potato/Yam Gratin
Mexican Pinwheels (Author of recipe unknown)
Miranda's Butter Cookies
Mom's Carrot Casserole
Burgundy Pork Tenderloin
Peanut Butter Blossoms
Chocolate Peanut Butter Balls
Almond Flour Chocolate Chip Cookies
Easy Cream of Broccoli Soup
Red (Cross) Velvet Cookies
Chinese Fried Walnuts
Korean Steamed Dumplings
Mini Chocolate Cream Cheese CupcakesSomeone in our family always bakes these for the holidays or family parties. They are gone in seconds! Submitted by: "Anne Arnold"
Baked Macaroni and CheeseMy family loves mac and cheese, great comfort food for cold weather but also great for summertime picnics. Submitted by: "Anne Arnold"
Chocolate Crackle CookiesThis recipe is from Ghirardelli Chocolate. It was submitted by Deb Lozano. Submitted by: "SEPA Cookbook 2020 (SEPACookbook2020)"
Sweet Potato/Yam GratinDeliciously creamy and cheesy - it was a big hit a Thanksgiving last year. Even people who don't normally like sweet potatoes thought it was delicious. Submitted by: "Susan Kalkhuis-Beam"
Miranda's Butter CookiesThis recipe came from my great-grandmother and has been passed down to the generations that followed. These cookies are baked each year for Christmas by various family members. Submitted by: "Nancy Tobin"
Mom's Carrot CasseroleThis is dish gets requested for every family holiday! We end up doubling or sometimes tripling the recipe to ensure everyone gets leftovers also. Tip: This dish is easy to prep the night before and just bake it right before serving. Submitted by: "Andy Nagy"
Burgundy Pork TenderloinGreat dish for cold weather - best served with mashed potatoes. Submitted by: "Anne Arnold"
Orange-Glazed SalmonEasy and tasty way to make salmon. Serve over rice. Submitted by: "Anne Arnold"
Winter PunchA family recipe that we prepare for the winter holiday season Submitted by: "Guy Triano"
Chocolate Peanut Butter BallsA favorite Christmas treat in my family. Submitted by: "barbara shellington"
Almond Flour Chocolate Chip CookiesHealthy almond flour alternative to white flour cookies Submitted by: "Mary Giovinco"
Easy Cream of Broccoli SoupSoup to serve with fresh bread or sandwiches or as a meal. Submitted by: "Beth Yurkanin"
Pierogi CasseroleIf you love pierogis but don’t want to go through the hassle of making homemade this is the answer. Great for serving to a large crowd or cookout. Submitted by: "Vicki Nagy"
Party PotatoesThis easy to assemble side dish can be made-ahead, frozen (uncooked or cooked) and reheated easily. It's been a gobbled up by 8 to 87 year olds as a filling comfort food. Submitted by: "Debbie Tevlin"
Red (Cross) Velvet CookiesThis is a classic Red Velvet cookie recipe topped with white chocolate chips. The decadent cookie is soft, chewy and forms a beautiful crackle layer on the surface. A perfect Red Velvet cookie balances the tastes of chocolate and vanilla equally. This recipe harnesses both these flavors, with the white chocolate adding a sophisticated touch. With the bold red coloring, and the contrast to the creamy white chocolate chips, this is an amazing recipe to make around the holidays. Though, no grand occasion is needed to divulge in these, simply bake them after ordinary victories, such as donating blood or volunteering with the Red Cross near you! Submitted by: "Heena & Heema Joshi"
Chinese Fried WalnutsFamily favorite from my Mother Virginia Webb. She always makes it for Parties and her Church and family get togethers. Unique and healthy and good for young and old. A delightfully different Dish for gatherings of family and friends. Submitted by: "Katherine Webb"
Korean Steamed DumplingsThis receipe was passed down from my great grandparents to my parents. Every year, especially during the Korean New Year we make this at home with my family. Whether you're a vegetarian or carnivore, there are variety of ingredients you can add or replace in this receipe. Also, if you prefer to fry, steam or add it in soups. It's a great way to get all the family together, especially the kids will enjoy making it. Can get bit messy, but that's half the fun. The other is sampling along the way. Submitted by: "Julie Rhee"
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