From Mrs E Marquardt of Wauwatosa, today we have Almond and Sprinklet Cake. Google and I both don’t know exactly what a “sprinklet” was. I wonder if it is an older name for sprinkles? There is a Norwegian word or place called “sprinklet” but even that is difficult to identify because it shows a big … Continue reading
Chow Mein as a hot dish is not something I would have expected, but this recipe from an old notebook delivers the goods. Chow mein is often confused with chop suey – both dishes have a vegetable mix and sometimes meat included. The difference is noodles vs rice, and the fact that chow mein is
This recipe for a layered salad is called “Man’s Salad” but I have questions. Does this refer to a particular man? Does it mean humans in general? Is it a restaurant named Man’s? What about a manly salad? So many questions for a simple salad and that doesn’t even take into consideration the possible misspelling … Continue reading
Two recipes for zucchini pizza with only one variation – the addition of garlic in one of them. This seems like a side dish, maybe in place of a bread or as the veggie to a meal. Have you made something like this? Tell us, please!
Written on a note pad from the Hotel Du Pont in Wilmington, DE is this recipe for Vegetable Pasta Salad. It seems like a fairly straight forward pasta salad side dish, although I personally would not use any of these veggies. I’d probably make it with fresh veggies, no beans, chopped red onion, and sliced … Continue reading
I never really thought about how grape juice is made, except to assume it is cooked, strained, and processed. This recipe shows us how very simple it really is. I have not tried it…yet. It would be easy to make this with organic grapes if that is a concern to you, and even with sugar … Continue reading
Have we gotten away from things like vegetable pies for a reason? My cousin recently showed me the tomato pie his wife makes with fresh grown tomatoes, and then I saw this recipe for zucchini pie. Both are lovely and different ways to prepare a side dish, or even for a light luncheon. I wonder … Continue reading