This was one of my mother’s favorite chicken recipes because it’s so easy. Also, it does not contain any salt.
2 tablespoons water
4 cups rhubarb (cut up)
2 cups sugar
3 tablespoons cornstarch
a pinch of salt
1/2 cup milk
Here is another casserole recipe that you can use for supper, to take to a friend who is feeling under the weather or for a POTLUCK! What would life in the country be like without potlucks?
A fancy version of Cinnamon Rolls — and easy, too!
This pastry looks like you spent hours slaving over the dough. In reality, it takes 2 hours from start to finish because it is basically my cinnamon roll recipe (well, maybe it takes a bit more than 2 hours when you add the frosting glaze).
I made this for the breakfast after the Sunday school Christmas program, and there wasn’t much left to take home!
Just mix the dry ingredients and Store in a jar until you want a tasty hot mug of tea.
The bottom line is — these Oatmeal Peanut Butter Bars are just plain good! My husband loves them and could eat the whole pan by himself.
A somewhat unusual cookie recipe, but fun to make. Once you have added the cup of Rice Krispies and if the cookies still seem a little too moist, add Rice Krispies by the quarter cup until you get the desired consistency. Then roll in coconut.
This recipe is featured in the story “Good Things Come in Small Packages” in LeAnn Ralph’s book, “Christmas in Dairyland”.
When I was growing up on our small family dairy farm in Wisconsin, making taffy was a fun project for a Sunday afternoon in the winter.
When my mother was a child, sweet soup was a traditional part of Christmas Eve, served cold with julekake, lefse, Christmas bread, or open-faced sandwiches. Sweet Soup is made with dried fruit and tapioca. Here is how my mother told me to make sot suppe.