This was mother's signature dish to take to any family event or potluck. Now, with her gone...we say...who is bringing mother's shrimp salad? We all love it and it gets better every time you make it...toss out worry...go for the gold in this downhome treat.
Marion was a lady of clubs; glass club, lace club, card club. Ladies meeting for tea and treats and fun social time. She shared this wonderful cookie/cake recipe and I have been hooked on them ever since. You do need a special pan, but its easy to find in cooking shops. Give it a try...its delightful.
My job is to give Senior care givers tips to make life easier. This soup is yummy, quick and uses ramen noodles and roasted chicken from the market. Easy and inexpensive to make PLUS easy for senior (shut-in) to enjoy. Find more tips at @seniorcaretips on twitter or my care giver support blog http://bit.ly/qlMTdJ - thanks, francy
I am making shakes for George on days he's tired and days he's not hungry...this one is so yummy and easy. It can be a large serving or two small servings...Give it a try perfect for those senior who have teeth problems, too. Use the new screw top containers so you can plop it in your walker and go, go, go without worry of spills!
Every year after Thanksgiving; mom would make these yummy cookies...it would keep us warm till the Christmas cookies hit the table ;) I always make mine in the food processor and they're a jewel of yum!
Years ago veggies were not as easily available...so they were marinaded and we had a heavy refrigerator bowl filled with cucumbers getting yummy at times of the year...we would scoop them out as a side dish or salad topping.
Years ago we were on a big mobil-home caravan and an Oregon Tree Farm family gave us this recipe on our travels. It is so rich and fun...and just worth the time to mix it up and present for a BBQ desert...super rich and perfect with summertine home-made ice cream or whip topping. ;O
Mother was a cook at University of Puget Sound in Tacoma , Washington for many years...this was her go to marinade at work and at home. Its easy to do and you use things that are easy to have on hand. I have used it for years...it will help with your budget because it makes cheap meat cuts...taste so tender.
Amy is a dear friend and long time employee of my hubby's. She is from Hawaii with an Asian mix family and she is adorable...she shared this recipe with us in the early 80's and we have made it so many ways ever since- Perfect for quick dinner and large potluck ;)
I collect recipes and so when I was ready for a coconut pie I looked over a dozen of them. Then I added my bit and made this fab pie...we all went crazy..I am going to repeat it for my New Year's birthday instead of cake...that is how rich and wonderful this pie was for me ;) YUMMMM
Gma Mary used to make this one...so the recipe has been around a long time. Great to use up your zucchini bounty. Make it and freeze in sml zip lock or go ahead and can it up. Its like pickle relish, but sweeter. Use it in tuna mix for sandwich, deviled eggs, hot dogs, hamburgers, and as a side relish for pork or sausage...It's easy and will last a long time in the fridge, just like pickles.