Sailstad Family Cookbook
Turkey Tetrazzini by Grandma Pat
Frozen Strawberry Dessert by Grandma Kreis
Grandma's Famous Cheese Straws
Wassail Bowl with Cloved Orange
Ava's (Spencer) Coffee Cake
Pat's Favorite Baked Wild Rice
Crab Meat Devine
Sour Cream Coffee Cake
Best Spinach Salad with Dressing
Frozen Fruit Salad with Dressing 'Voila' Mom
Baked Fruit Medley
Frozen Pineapple Salad
Hot Chicken Salad by Pat Nixon
Cream Cheese Vegetable Spread
Aunt Mert’s Pepper Steak
Creole Style Green Beans
Waldorf Wild Rice Salad
Old Salem Pumpkin Muffins
Crescent Roll Beef Casserole
Henny's Spinach Casserole
Rosalie's Chipped Beef Cheese Ball
Cocktail Meatballs from Pat Sailstad
Dry Rub for Baby Back Ribs
Chicken Rollatini stuffed with Zucchini and Mozzarella
Breakfast Egg Casserole
Tuna Noodle Casserole
Awesome Turkey Tetrazzini
Grandma Rose's Hermits
Rose DeWitt's Orange Cookies
Danish GloggSubmitted by: Bob Sailstad
Recipe found in Grandma Pat’s recipe box. It was newspaper clipping glued to a note card. She attributed it to Bob Sailstad.
Turkey Tetrazzini by Grandma PatSubmitted by: Pat Sailstad
Grandma Pat fixed this for many family gatherings.
Frozen Strawberry Dessert by Grandma KreisSubmitted by: Mae Kreis
Recipe found in Pat Sailstad’s recipe box. It was handwritten by Pat. Submitted by: "Mae Kreis"
Grandma's Famous Cheese StrawsSubmitted by: Pat Sailstad
These were a holiday favorite. Pat fixed them so they were served hot from the oven as her guest arrived. She recommended the recipe be doubled.
Wassail Bowl with Cloved OrangeSubmitted by: Pat Sailstad
I remember Mom standing at the round dining room table ladling out this punch during many holiday parties. She so enjoyed her parties. Janie Sailstad Bell
Ava's (Spencer) Coffee CakeSubmitted by: Ava Spencer
Pat Sailstad made this often for Sunday brunch.
Pat's Favorite Baked Wild RiceThis dish makes me think of my Grandma Pat and Thanksgiving. It's yummy and brings to mind a lot of my memories with her around the holidays. Submitted by: "Candace Sailstad Jackson"
Apple CrispSubmitted by: Aunt Mert Kreis
Recipe by Mert Kreis. Delicious with whipping cream or ice cream. Submitted by: "Candace Sailstad Jackson"
Best Spinach Salad with DressingSubmitted by: Pat Sailstadd
From Pat Sailstad's recipe file box. Submitted by Janie Sailstad Bell
Frozen Fruit Salad with Dressing 'Voila' MomI remember Mom making this when I was young. She served it as a salad but as you can see from the recipe, it is really a frozen dessert. Yummy!!! The recipe was originally clipped from a newspaper, The Charlotte Observer, most likely.
Baked Fruit MedleySubmitted by: Southern Living
Pat Sailstad’s “favorite holiday side dish.” She got it from Southern Living Recipes, May-December 1981
Frozen Pineapple SaladThis dish was made for Mimi Martin's wedding guests - 1965. Recipe from Ann Maloney. Submitted by: "Candace Sailstad Jackson"
Hot Chicken Salad by Pat NixonSubmitted by: Pat Nixon
This recipe was found in Pat Sailstad’s recipe file. It must have been really good for Grandma Pat to have saved this Republican Party recipe:) As we all know she was a staunch Democrat. Submitted by: "Candace Sailstad Jackson"
Cinnamon LoafDish is perfect for the holidays. Recipe found in Grandma Pat Sailstad’s recipe box. Submitted by: "Candace Sailstad Jackson"
Oriental SaladCan be made ahead and add dressing just before serving. Submitted by: “Candace Sailstad Jackson” Recipe was handwritten by Pat Sailstad in her recipe box. It is her version of a recipe she found in the newspaper.
Cream Cheese Vegetable SpreadRecipe is by Pat Sailstad. Perfect as a party appetizer. Submitted by: "Candace Sailstad Jackson"
PastyFound in Pat Sailstad’s recipe box as a clipping from the newspaper. The article states, “My mother, who was raised in a Cornish gold-mining town in California, says these meat pies were standard lunchtime fare at her high school. Originally they were supposed to be study enough to survive in a miner’s back pocket, but current taste dictates a more delicate crust. Incidentally, this dish is pronounced ‘pass-tea’ and so far as we know has nothing to do with belly-dancing attire.” I’d probably not use the pastry recipe here because it calls for lard and suet but rather use my regular pie crust recipe. I’m surprised it doesn’t brown the meat before putting into pastry. I guess I’ll have to try it and see if the meat will be fully cooked. I remember having these when I was a child. I also remember my father seemed amused whenever he said, "Pass-teas.” janie
Creole Style Green BeansSubmitted by: Arlys Kreis
From Cousin Arlys Kreis Found in Pat Sailstad’s recipe file box. Submitted by Janie Bell
Curried CarrotsGrandma Pat served these at Thanksgiving when she and Grandpa Bob lived on Churchill Road in Davidson, NC. She wrote on the recipe card to ‘double this recipe except for the curry”
Fruit PunchSubmitted by: Pat Sailstad
Mom enjoyed having parties. She especially enjoy having large parties in which she could use her large crystal punch bowl and punch glasses. When she moved to the Pines and downsized her belongings, she wanted me to take her punch bowl because I didn’t have one and ‘everyone needs a punchbowl." Submitted by Janie Sailstad Bell
Waldorf Wild Rice SaladRecipe found on notecard in Pat Sailstad’s recipe box. It was one cut from the newspaper credited to Beth Anderson. Pat enjoyed wild rice and spoke of it as native to her home state of Minnesota. Submitted by: "Candace Sailstad Jackson"
Old Salem Pumpkin MuffinsRecipe from Old Salem in Winston Salem, NC Submitted by: "Candace Sailstad Jackson"
Crescent Roll Beef CasseroleRecipe found in Pat Sailstad’s recipe file box. Pat noted on the recipe that “This is good if you use any left over spaghetti sauce with sour cream added."
Marinated SaladSubmitted by: Mavis Sailstad
Recipe found in Pat Sailstad’s recipe box. She attributed it to Mavis Sailstad, Tom( son of Wins and Helen Sailstad) Sailstad’s wife
Rosalie's Chipped Beef Cheese BallSubmitted by: Rosalie Sailstad
One of Pat Sailstad’s recipes. She attributed it to Rosalie Sailstad.
Dry Rub for Baby Back RibsThis recipe is from the son of a good friend. The son, a Chef, was asked for a recipe for "fall off the bones" ribs. It's flavorful without being too spicy but can be modified to suit different tastes. Submitted by: "Andy Bell"
Chicken Rollatini stuffed with Zucchini and MozzarellaI think I found this recipe online somewhere, and made it for Andrew. He loved it, so now its on our regular menu! I like to serve it with smashed red potatoes and salad. Submitted by: Katie Connolly Bell
Breakfast Egg CasseroleSubmitted by: Helen Sailstad
This recipe was a staple breakfast dish during times when guests were staying overnight. Often baked at Holiday times when the house was brimming over with family.
Trifle ChantillyThis recipe was made & served by Pat Sailstad for her family & friends. it was a very special treat for us kids and the thought that it had some "liquor" in it was very "naughty". When served for guests it was beautiful in a special clear glass bowl that is still in the family. Submitted by: Candace Sailstad Jackson
Tuna Noodle CasseroleSubmitted by: Myrtle S Kreis
This "hotdish" was an extremely popular dish for Myrtle's children and grandchildren, especially. Myrtle's daughter and granddaughter continue to bake this casserole into the 21st century. Submitted by:Gretchen Mahin
Awesome Turkey TetrazziniSubmitted by: Myrtle Kreis
This delicious dish was a standard, after Thanksgiving recipe. This recipe used the left over turkey from Thanksgiving. It was given to Myrtle by her sister, whose husband raised turkeys on a farm in Minnesota. Submitted by: Gretchen Mahin
Grandma Rose's HermitsRosalie (Short) Sailstad fondly remembers her Grandma Rose Anderson DeWitt making this recipe and it was passed along to her mother Helen DeWitt Short. Enjoy a sweet treat from the Swedish side of the family. Submitted by: "Jack & Rosalie Sailstad"
Rose DeWitt's Orange CookiesRosalie Sailstad's Grandma Rose DeWitt made these cookies for her granddaughter while living in Stratford, CT. Fun fact about the DeWitt Family: Joyce DeWitt from the TV sitcom "Three's Company" is also a granddaughter of Rose DeWitt. Submitted by: "Rosalie and Jack Sailstad"
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