Ingredients 1 16-ounce can pork and beans1 8-ounce can of crushed pineapple with juice4 eggs1 cup vegetable oil2 cups flour2 cups sugar3 tsp baking soda1 tsp baking powder1/2 tsp salt Instructions In a large bowl, combine all dry ingredients, mix well and set aside. In blender, purée the pork and beans and pineapple until smooth and … Continue reading Pork and Bean Bars
Ingredients 1 lb. hamburger ¾ Cup chopped green or red peppers2 minced garlic cloves1 8oz. Can tomato sauce 1/3 Cup sliced dill pickles, chopped2 Tbsp. Yellow mustard1 pkg. refrigerated pizza dough¾ Cup shredded cheddar cheese¼ Cup chopped red onion Instructions Preheat oven to 400 degrees and line a baking sheet with non-stick foil, or use cooking spray. … Continue reading Cheeseburger Galettes
Ingredients 1 8oz. Cream cheese½ tsp. Curry powder½ Cup mandarin oranges, drained and chopped3 flour tortillas 12in.½ lb. sliced deli smoked turkey3 cups baby spinach2 green onions, chopped Instructions In a small bowl beat the cream cheese and curry powder until blended. Stir in well drained oranges. Spread over tortillas. Layer with turkey, spinach and … Continue reading Mandarin Turkey Pinwheels
A deliciously easy salad for every day or a special occassion!
Turning Old into New After dividing and conquering, keeping the best and getting rid of the rest - there were still more than a few treasures left in my parents' house. If I was drawn to it and remembered it from my childhood, I kept it. In my mind, the things I kept needed to … Continue reading Turning Old Into New
1 envelope dehydrated onion soup mix2 c. beef stock or broth2 lbs. ground beef ¼ c. chopped parsley 2 T. butter¼ c. flour1 med. Onion, halved and sliced12 oz. fresh mushrooms cleaned and sliced1 beef bouillon cube, or 1 T. beef granules1 (16 oz.)pkg. frozen egg noodles, cooked according to package directions Instructions Mix 2 tablespoons dehydrated … Continue reading Meatballs and Noodles
This is my husband’s all time favorite pie and a recipe that always makes me think of the Wilmer girls. They were sweet, old family friends who were fabulous cooks and I so wish I had more of their recipes. This one they kindly shared when I was a young bride probably 30 years ago. I … Continue reading Wilmer’s Pecan Pie
I know, there's a million chicken salad recipes out there! But this one mixes curry and cranberries (along with pickles) for an unexpectedly delicious flavor!
1 large onion, diced (I use frozen when I don’t feel like chopping, it’s ok, really)3 stalks celery, diced4 T butter4 T margarine4 T flour4 t paprika2 C chicken broth3/4 t salt1 t dill weed1 16 oz can salmon, bones and skin removed1 to 3 C half and half Directions In a medium soup pot, … Continue reading Salmon Bisque
“Remind yourself, that you're not casting memories and heirlooms aside. You're creating breathing room in your current life, freeing yourself of extra weight (a lot of mental weight for me) and recognizing that what’s most important is happening right now, not what’s in a box in your basement."