When my husband requested “that fluffy dessert with all the fruits and marshmallows,” I knew exactly what he meant. I found it in this cookbook.
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If you are looking for an easy snack this weekend, try some classic pimiento cheese served with fresh vegetables or on baguette slices.
I had many dozens of state cookbooks and hardly any survived the flood, but this wonderful Maine book somehow made it through.
Cooking with a Foreign Accent from Sunset books, offers some interesting recipes from 1952. See the “wine sticks” (biscotti) I made. Delicious!
Time to dig up an old ’50’s recipe from my card catalog in the Culinary Cellar using leftover ham. My grandma used to make these!
Hot Cross Buns are a traditional bread to make at Easter. Here is a recipe not only for the buns, but for a bread basket to place them in.
Uglesich’s Restaurant was a legend in New Orleans, but the recipes are found in this wonderful cookbook. See what we made!