Almond Poppy Seed Bread
Carmel Pecan Rolls
Cranberry Orange Muffins
Golden Syrup Pudding
Hot Cross Buns NEW!!
Hot Cross Judy D
Irish Soda Bread
Mary's Irish Raisin
Scallops w/ Ginger&Spinach
"Old" & New Family Favorites
We discovered that various favorite recipes from home in
Rochester had ended
up in different households.
And, as we go along we find others that we want to
Newest additions are BOLD, e.g. Irish
Soda Bread, March 2011
- Almond Poppy Seed
- Apple Crisp
- Baking Powder Biscuits
by Bakewell Cream
Pie, Double Good
Pecan Rolls, a la Elaine Svenonius, circa 1967
Chicago Bicycle rides but a long time Christmas
morning favorite. For a printer friendly PDF, click here
Some that Chris emailed to us in 1996--Melt in the
Mouths, Vienna Crescents, etc.
- Cranberry Orange
Muffins "The 2002 Christmas Letter Muffins"
Sauce From the Ricker Family Cranberry Bag,
Thanksgiving & Christmas 2007
- Coffee Cake
"Rich" Chocolate c
- Corn Fritters,
a la Royal Baking Powder Cookbook, 1928
- Edisto recipes: (For those if you not there,
I went to a college get together in Edisto in late
The food was wonderful! Try some of these. You will
- See Rice
(Saturday evening was take-out
pulled pork barbecue. Sorry no recipe.)
Pudding by Mary Ellen's friend, Diana Kirkland
See Breakfast Casserole--Sunday
Salad a la Alan Dymond from Clare
- Eggplant stuff
- Flank Steak Marinated in
Miso and Wasabi
- Fresh Cranberry
Sauce, new Jan 5, 2008
- Frosting a la Gladys.
- Fudge of Genevieve
(and Divinity, no chocolate)
- Fudge, a la
Royal Baking Powder Cookbook, 1928
- Gingerbread from the Splendid
- Gluten Free Brownies.
For PDF click here.
Or go to source: http://www.celiac.com/articles/905/1/Buttermilk-Brownies-Gluten-Free/Page1.html
Free Pie Crust from Chris. She used
it at Thanksgiving and reports it is great.
- Golden Syrup
("Canary") Pudding from Clare's 1952 Good
Housekeeping Cookery Book.
- Hot Cross Buns
- Hot Cross Buns Judy D
- Irish Soda
Bread from the "Friden Lined Paper Series",
lovingly hand copied by Jude.
Bars. Made with Meyer Lemons. Yum!! We used
these in a play and they were a cast hit.
- Mary's Irish Raisin Cake
(no eggs, no cream)
- Molasses Cookies
- Penuche (Brown Sugar
- Penuche, a
la Royal Baking Powder Cookbook, 1928
- Pie Crust a la Crisco
- Potato Onion AuGratin
- Rice Salad as per Edisto
- Scallops with Ginger
and Spinach from Cooking Light.
- Spritz Cookies
from Jude December 2002
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