VMFH Foundation Cookbook
Allie's Aunt Cori's Favorite Salad
Andi's Monkey Bread
Becky's Green Couscous
Carol's Red, White and Blue Dessert
Debbie Gordon's Chocolate Grand Marnier Cupcakes
D'Nika's Saucy Gochujang Noodles
Eileen's Irish Soda Bread
Grandma Schmit's Coffee Cake
Kara's Seafood Mousse
Kara's Perfection Salad
Karin's Sausage Polenta Veggie Bowl from Purewow!
Laura's Monster Cookies
Megan's Lentil Bolognese
Megan's Soba Noodle Salad
Michael's Grandma's Krumkake
Sarah's Grammie Elsie's Swedish Rice Meatballs
Susie's Original NY Times Plum Torte
Vicki's Easy Seafood Paella
Willa's Lemon Butter Velvet Cake
Carol's Red, White and Blue DessertI found this recipe for 4th of July years ago, but I make it for all our family get togethers. The original recipe calls for a “flag” arrangement on top, but I only did that once. Now I just put whatever design happens to be in my head at the time. I have also made it with other berries. Try it frozen, my brother says it’s even better.
D'Nika's Saucy Gochujang NoodlesIf you want just rice noodles, use 14–16 ounces of rice noodles. If you choose to use all zucchini noodles, use 6–8 medium zucchini.
Eileen's Irish Soda BreadAn old Irish recipe that we thought was passed down from ancestors, but really came in the mail with the gas bill to my grandmother in the 50s.
Grandma Schmit's Coffee CakeGranma Schmit for years made this coffee cake for all of her family. She would make these coffee cakes and then get in her car to deliver them out to the farms, so that everyone would have this cake for Sunday morning after mass. I know she sent them in to Omaha as well. If you stopped in to see Grandma, chances were good she would have this coffee cake waiting for you.
Megan's Lentil BologneseIf your veggie broth is bland or your bolognese is bland, you can intensify the depth here by adding a tiny splash of soy sauce, or miso paste mixed with a little water, or a little veggie stock bouillon paste. Feel free to sub-French Green Lentils or Split Red lentils This can be made ahead and will keep up to 4 days in the fridge.
Meredith's KaiserschmarrnMeredith's Kaiserschmarrn (Emperor's Mess) is an Austrian pancake. After college my mom spent a good amount of time in Germany and Austria where she picked up this recipe. I grew up with my mom making this every Christmas for breakfast and I have continued this tradition today with our family. My daughter loves it so much she just asked if she could have this on her birthday in September
Michael's Grandma's KrumkakeWhen it came down to recipes, really there were only 2 to consider. Unfortunately, I found that pretty much the only things we have yet to unpack from moving months ago is our cookbooks so of the two, the only one I could find was Grandma Moore's krumkake cookies (the other was Grandma Clark's banana cream pie). Both are staples of the Clark household for as long as I can remember. So much so that we "made" both grandma's cook them every holiday season. Grandma Clark said she would send us a pie from Arizona once she moved down there, but we didn't go that far. The krumkake goes back to our Norwegian roots and was part of perhaps a dozen cookies grandma would make for Christmas. Not sure why this one stuck with us but am assuming because of its shape.....and the fact that it is yummy. There are different variations to the recipe to add various flavors but I tend to like the original version. Just watch out.....we have our own krumkake iron to make them now that grandma has passed and if you're not careful, your fingertips will get a bit toasty. A nice ice bath is recommended nearby. Enjoy!
Sarah's Grammie Elsie's Swedish Rice MeatballsGrammie Elsie loves her green beans! We will usually double or triple the recipe to make big batches. Meatballs freeze well! This is a great cold weather comfort food!
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