Banana Pineapple Jam

This recipe for Banana Pineapple Jam was actually written down twice in this collection. The content of the cards is identical, so I don’t plan to post the other one separately. Note that Certo is fruit pectin, an additive that helps jams and jellies to gel nicely. Be careful when searching for this product because … Continue reading

Apricot Nut Cups

For a sweet treat you might want to try Apricot Nut Cups. Apricots are not quite as sweet as peaches, and combined with nuts they make a nice treat. You will need a mini muffin pan for this one to make the cups. The recipe calls for Solo brand apricot filling. If you aren’t able … Continue reading

Favorite Beef Loaf

Just the other day, a friend of mine was lamenting that she couldn’t make meat loaf because she can’t tolerate milk. After shaking my head, because I have never ever made meatloaf with milk, I shared a recipe very similar to this one with her. She happily was able to make her meatloaf and even … Continue reading

Noodles Alfredo

This is a simple recipe for Alfredo sauce. I use gruyere sometimes if I don’t have Swiss cheese on hand. It’s surprisingly easy. If you ever thought home made Fettuccine Alfredo was out of reach, think again. While this recipe does not have you incorporate the cheese in the sauce pan, that is very easy … Continue reading

Tasty Macaroni & Cheese

I’d guess for people in their fourth week of self quarantine & social distancing, comfort food is a must. While we might try to eat healthful meals and not gain weight, no one is going to blame anyone for needing some good old mac & cheese. This recipe has a variety of added ingredients that … Continue reading

Noodles Romanoff

I realize there are probably lots of people named Romanoff and that they are all happy and healthy, but all I can think of is the doomed Romanoff family from pre-Revolution Russia. And this dish should raise their memory, for good reason. Trading on the name of the tragic family, there was a very successful … Continue reading

Beef & Grits Casserole

I think this one is going to be a hard no for me. I’m not a huge fan of grits to start with. What is your experience – do you love them or leave them? Beef & Grits Casserole 1 recipe Jim Dandy Grits for 6 servings 2 eggs well beaten 1 1/2 pounds of … Continue reading