Baked Lentils

This was filed as a casserole although maybe it could be a side dish? It sounds sweet and savory, sort of like baked beans. A few notes – after the lentils boil 30 minutes, remove the onion stuck with the cloves & the bay leaf. Place everything into a casserole dish (I’m not sure of … Continue reading

Mondel Bread

Here is another recipe for Mondel bread, similar to the previous recipe for Passover Mondel Bread. You may remember that Mondel bread is actually a twice-baked biscuit similar to a biscotti. The two oven temperatures shown on the card are for the first and second baking. Since it doesn’t say how long to bake them, … Continue reading

Nut rolls, revisited

Just sorting through recipe cards, I came across another card for Nut Rolls. The various cards all appear to be in the same handwriting, so perhaps the lady liked them, lost the recipe/wrote it out again, found it, on and on. 6-8 Nut rolls 8 cups flour 1 1/2 cups or 2 sugar 1 lb … Continue reading

Pear Salad

  I mentioned recently that pears are getting close to harvest, so here is another pear recipe. I am in the dark as to what “cheese dressing” may be. This doesn’t actually sound very good to me. Pear Salad Pare pears, cut in halves, remove cores & fill hollows from which cores were removed with … Continue reading

Pecan Tassies

I had to look up what a tassie is because I had never heard of it, and they sound really wonderful! The tassie is actually a little tart with a soft or gooey filling, and can be made with nuts, lemon, cherry, or other fillings. They look a bit like mini quiches once finished. I … Continue reading