This recipe is one of my favorites from my mother’s recipe box. She always made these sandwiches for church dinners.
As we have gone back to cold weather, how about some comfort food?
Karen was home sick several days last week and wanted chicken soup. After looking at several recipes, I put this version together and it turned out pretty well. Actually, Keith had three bowls at one sitting —and Keith is the Mikey of our family.
Ready for another beverage recipe? This is my all-time favorite punch. I’ve been making it for 30 plus years now.
This recipe is one my mother frequently made during the winter months. It just reminds me of the holidays, especially Christmas. With all today’s sweetening options, you could easily cut back on the sugar.
Back to school, back to the books, back in the saddle, or back in the car for those of us shuttling students to and from school. The new school year means its back to packing lunches and after school snacks for students, scouts, athletes, dancers, and all the other children who carry these items to and from home.
I made this pineapple side dish last night and we had it with chicken. It also pairs well with pork.
Now for a simple little recipe, veggie dip.
This is a rerun of the first recipe I put in my column. It was one of my mother’s signature recipes. So, so good.
0 Brown Sugar Cake 1 box light brown sugar 1 stick margarine (at room temperature) 3 eggs 2 cups self-rising flour 1 teaspoon vanilla 2 cups chopped nuts Mix sugar, margarine and eggs using a mixer. Add flour and vanilla. Stir in nuts by hand. Bake in 9 x 13 pan at 350 degrees about…