CAKE and CUPCAKES:
Chicken and Turkey:
I was amazed at how many recipes you had posted! I love that you categorized them – (speaks to the “organizer” in me!) Ever thought about having a way for people to rate them?
Thanks Janet – Finally got around to doing it! Folks can rate me at Foodbuzz.com and that’s how I get to be part of their Top Nine on a good one! On my blog – I prefer personal comments like the one I got the other day on the Chicken Pot Pie recipe from Sarah….
“This was a truly outstanding recipe. I served it to friends and everyone raved about it! There wasn’t a drop left because we all couldn’t stop eating it. Thank you for such a delicious and comforting recipe! This is a keeper for sure.”
I found you through foodbuzz! I had to check out your lemon bars that were posted in the top 9.
And I’m glad you did! Thanks for stopping by!
I have made your marvelous ricotta several times to rave reviews. I have been dying to find a great recipe. I substituted rum with almond extract and it just has a wonderful hint of almond. I was wondering what you thought of making the crust chocolate (choc grahams) and adding maybe 1/3 cup of cocoa, no lemon or rum. Do you think this could yield a chocolate almond ricotta cheesecake? Any suggestions?
I think that sounds like a wonderful variation on the recipe. I would include the almond (or even Amoretti!) along with the cocoa. Let me know how it comes out!
Big dumb question about my current obsession (so much that I bought all of the ingredients thinking I “knew all that” and now I’m not so sure): For Nick’s bean salad, do I just drain the cans of beans or are they supposed to be – gasp- actually cooked dried red beans? Thank you for clearing this up for me. I appreciate your time.
Hi Shelby – Use canned beans, drained and rinsed. Cooking dry beans for this salad is too much work! Have a good day!
Do you have any recipes for cat treats?
Looked everywhere for the Grandstand Salad recipe under your mothers picture to no avail. Can you please post it or even better add it to your salad list on your .com recipes.
where can I find your recipe for walnut filling for the kolacky cookies? Thanks so much if you are able to help.
The filling is in the recipe. Here it is again. Enjoy!
2 cups ground walnuts
¾ cup sugar
¼ cup hot water
Mom’s Nut Rolls–Followed directions as written but put slits on the top to vent the roll. The rolls still split open on the side and long way on the top. How can I prevent this in the future.
Mine did too this year. I didn’t mind it because the ratio of filling to dough was just like my Mom did. To prevent it – use a thinner spread of nut on the dough.
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