Cabbage Patch Soup - Grandma's cookin' and childhood toys sure bring back lots of warm fuzzies! Here is a yummy Cabbage Patch Soup recipe that is a combination of both! Thanks to my Aunt Sherry for sharing this delicious "hit the spot" recipe from my Grandma Stone's kitchen!
Berry Grunt - A classic grunt is a dumpling-topped fruit dessert that's cooked on the stove; it is often called a slump. Our grunt has blackberries and raspberries that simmer together. Then dollops of ginger-spiked dumpling batter are added to the pan, to steam in berry juice. Give everyone a dumpling and a splash of heavy cream.
Honey Cookies - This recipe has its own branch in my family tree. It has been passed down through four generations on my mother's side. These honey cookies have been shared between mother and daughter, grandmother through granddaughter, and cousin to cousin. This cookie is as loved as it is delicious.
Irene's Orange Rolls Bread Dough 2 teaspoons dry active yeast 1/4 cup barely warm water 1/4 cup granulated sugar 1 teaspoon salt 6 tablespoons butter, melted 2 large eggs 1/2 cup sour cream 2 3/4 to 3 cups bread flour (all purpose will work)
Lemon-Almond Cookies - We wanted lemon cookies, so I took my great-grandma’s “mabelle” cookie recipe and added lemon. While at it, I rolled them in ground almonds before baking. The result is a soft but zesty cookie.