Month: April 2014

Beef Cornish Pasties

“I  first tasted a pastie in a little tiny shop in Stratford-Upon-Avon, England and I got hooked on them!  I cannot say enough about how delicious they are! They are made with all different combinations of meats and vegetables.  I… Read More ›

Egg Biscuits

“Italian Egg Biscuits are such a nice cookie, not too sweet on the inside but always frosted on top. Subtle flavorings vary for inside the dough, just plain, or lemon or orange.  This recipe has a hint of orange in… Read More ›

Spinach Pie with Raisins

  “This is my version of my mom’s spinach pies. I added sugar and eliminated oil. Sometimes my mom would add  sliced black olives.  I like Italian Spinach Pie this way because of the touch of sweetness from the little bit… Read More ›

Pecan Pie

  “My memory goes back to the 1950’s when my great-Aunt Concetta (who was my third and fourth grade teacher, by the way!)  used to make this exact pecan pie recipe often.   It was one of her favorites, as is… Read More ›


   “This is my version which is based on the way my mother made these cabbage rolls, or “Golumpkies”, pronounced many different ways!  She served them with ketchup on the side. I changed it a little bit and added  ketchup… Read More ›


“Nothing but the homemade version of Hamantaschen will do! You will not want to eat store bought ones again. These are the traditional Jewish cookies for Purim. Some say they represent the little triangular-shaped hats the defeated King Haman wore…. Read More ›


  “Butterball cookies are famous around the world.  They are also known  as Russian Tea Cakes, Mexican Wedding Cakes, and many other variations from other countries. When my mother could trust me by myself in the kitchen, this was one of… Read More ›


“Many people think Wienerschnitzel is a German dish, but it originated in Austria. “Wiener” is Viennese  for Vienna, Austria.  Typically it is served with a slice of lemon, sautéed apples, potatoes of some kind, like buttered potatoes with parsley or… Read More ›

Opera Fudge

  “Typically opera fudge is white with candied red cherries.  I added walnuts which you can leave out if you prefer. This is worthy of its name.   It is exquisite!   Enjoy!” Servings:  18 INGREDIENTS: 2 cups sugar 1/2 cup… Read More ›


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