Recipes of the Edible Variety
Recipes for o so deliciouso goodness.
Chocolate Fudge Cake (1975 Family Circle Recipe) My Mom made this cake for my sister's b-day every year after she found it in 1975. She's 80 now, but she still can make it. It's not as pretty as it once was, but still the best chocolate cake I ever tasted. (recipe included in the post)
Chocolate Cherry Thumbprint Cookies ~ Soft, Chocolate Cookies filled with Cherry Pie Filling and Drizzled with Chocolate!
Homemade Refried Beans are healthier and much more delicious than canned refried beans. Plus, you can make them for less than $0.30 per can! Give this recipe a try and you just might never buy canned refried beans again!
Homemade Samoas Girl Scout Cookies from justataste.com
Secret Ingredient Chocolate Chip Cookies from justataste.com
Now 97 year old cook, author and great grandmother, Clara Cannucciari, recounts her childhood during the Great Depression as she prepares PIZZA from the era. Learn how to make simple yet delicious dishes while listening to stories from the Great Depression. Pizza is Clara's favorite meal. This recipe and more can be found in Clara's new book "Clara's Kitchen...
’40s Toll House Chocolate Crunch Cookies - Despite WWII rationing, food historians report that sugar consumption spiked in the ’40s. This cookie could be largely responsible. Created by Ruth Wakefield in the 1930s for service at her family’s Toll House Inn, in Whitman, MA, the cookie quickly caught the attention of both Nestle, who bought the rights to put the recipe on its chocolate packages, and Betty Crocker, who featured the cookie on her “Famous Foods from Famous Places” radio show in 1939.