This is part 2 of my vintage recipe series. This one is from Better Homes and Garden circa February, 1939. Fantastic recipe for entertaining!
A vintage recipe from Better Homes & Garden circa April 1939. We found 2 binders and magazine clippings of recipes in an old house that we are flipping. For me someone who likes to cook and collect recipes it was like finding a little treasure.
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This is a very easy dish to make and it was so good that I served the leftovers with grilled salmon that same week. I served it over couscous but it can easily be served over pasta. The recipe adapted from Fresh Fish by Jennifer Trainer Thompson.
This would be a great dish to serve to guests, it makes a nice presentation. The recipe is adapted from the Fresh Fish cookbook by Jennifer Trainer Thompson.
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This is part two of my Spanish recipe series. I don’t buy cauliflower often but, using this recipe I will definitely change that. Get the recipe here.
Ola! This week I’ll be posting Spanish recipes. This is from the Asturias region of Spain. Delicious with few and simple ingredients. Chicken with Piquillos
Welcome to my 200th post! Pink in all shades is one of the trendiest color this spring. Check out the last picture, my dog trying to get in the act! Save
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo by making these delicious enchiladas! Simple Perfect Enchiladas, My 100th Post