Sunday Dinner at Grandma s

Dear Friend, Whether your grandmother lived at the end of a country lane or on a bricklined street in town, you're sure to have sweet memories of Sunday dinner at her home...we surely do! What better way to bring back those memories ...

Author: Gooseberry Patch

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 1936283859

Category: Cooking

Page: 224

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Evoking memories of simpler times, Sunday Dinner at Grandma's is the latest cookbook in Gooseberry Patch's best-selling series. Filled with old-fashioned, handed-down favorites for every meal of the day from breakfast & brunch to main dishes and sides...all the way to Grandma's signature desserts. On every page, readers will also enjoy tips and ideas to preserve & share their own recipes and traditions as well as kitchen helpers to cook up Grandma's down-home flavor in their own homes. Great giftable title for Grandma and Mom...recipes feature year 'round appeal that's welcome in anyone's kitchen.

Sunday Dinner at Grandma s

One of our best-selling titles reissued with 20+ beautiful, full-color photos inside!

Author: Gooseberry Patch

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781620931608

Category: Cooking

Page: 240

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One of our best-selling titles reissued with 20+ beautiful, full-color photos inside!

Secrets from Grandma s Kitchen

Stephanie Mayer Portsmouth, VA There's nothing like chicken for Sunday dinner at Grandma's! This recipe with delicious gravy is worth every step. 5 to 6-lb. roasting chicken 1 lemon 2 T. olive oil 3 T. fresh thyme, minced 5 cloves ...

Author: Gooseberry Patch

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 1620932210

Category: Cooking

Page: 224

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Secrets from Grandma's Kitchen is filled with well-loved, handed-down recipes shared by cooks across the country. Granny's Hotcakes and Eggs for a Crowd will bring 'em to the breakfast table in a hurry! Serve Summer Vegetable Soup and a basket of Corn Fritters for a simple and satisfying lunch. At dinnertime, your family will be delighted when you serve up comfort foods like Braised Swiss Steak, Grandma Ella's Chicken & Dumplings and Pork Chop-Potato Scallop, with Sharon's Freezer Slaw and Skillet-Fried Sweet Corn to round out the meal. Celebrating with friends? Secret-Recipe Shrimp Salad, Mama Meg's Stromboli, Gram's Chicken Dip and Anniversary Punch will make the get-together a big success. Of course, Grandma's desserts are not to be forgotten. Nanny's Chocolate Cupcakes, Gram's Whoopie Pies, Strawberry Shortcake Supreme and Anna Mae's No-Fail Peach Cobbler are just as good as you remember them, with an extra helping of nostalgia. Every recipe uses familiar ingredients, with easy directions and hints for success. You'll also find lots of tips for delicious cooking plus simple ideas for sharing food and fun with family & friends. So get ready to cook

Dreams Outback

“Sometimes, after church on Sundays, Momma and I would go to Grandma's house for a Sunday dinner. As soon as I walked in the door, Grandma would give me a cookie to tide me over while she cooked dinner. We always had a big Sunday dinner ...

Author: Darrell Norrod

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 0595608132

Category: Fiction

Page: 296

View: 949

Dreams Outback A Book About life and death and the American Dream of Freedom Dreams Outback's innocent book cover holds the explosive story of an American family and their sacrifices made for their country. Dreams Outback is a unique blend of fiction sprinkled throughout the pages with religion, politics, and war that takes the reader, no matter what age or sex, on a roller coaster ride of emotions. And the front row seat next to the reader is occupied with God and country. And the remaining seats are occupied when your innermost emotions of love and tears surface and spill over into the empty seats with your own thoughts of mystery and unanswered questions. After a slow start, your front row seat will open your eyes to your forgotten youth and you will participate as a willing character in the book. And with God and country sitting beside you, your newfound emotions will stir and unlock the action that will chase you down the steel tracks. Dreams Outback has a very powerful message for the American People and will put a smile on your face, tears in your eyes, and will make you proud to be an American as two young children start the search against all odds for the American Dream.

Sunday Dinner

But after church, grandma stood tall at the right side of the stove, frying that crispy gospel bird in a skillet on the front burner. I've made a few changes to pack even more flavor to this Sunday dinner classic.

Author: Bridgette A. Lacy

Publisher: UNC Press Books

ISBN: 1469622467

Category: Cooking

Page: 136

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Bridgette A. Lacy offers an ode to a meal that, notably in the Sabbath-minding South, is more than a meal. Sunday dinner, Lacy observes, is "a state of mind. It is about taking the time to be with the people who matter to you." Describing her own childhood Sunday dinners, in which her beloved, culinary-minded grandfather played an indelible role, Lacy explores and celebrates the rhythms of Sunday food traditions. But Lacy knows that, today, many who grew up eating Sunday dinner surrounded by kin now dine alone in front of the television. Her Sunday Dinner provides remedy and delicious inspiration any day of the week. Sure to reward those gathered around the table, Lacy's fifty-one recipes range from classic southern favorites, including Sunday Yeast Rolls, Grandma's Fried Chicken, and Papa's Nilla Wafer Brown Pound Cake, to contemporary, lighter twists such as Roasted Vegetable Medley and Summer Fruit Salad. Lacy's tips for styling meals with an eye to color, texture, and a simple beauty embody her own Sunday dinner recollection that "anything you needed was already on the table."

Grandma s Favorites

Cherrie Fulton Merrimack, NH We would all gather at Grandmother's house for Sunday dinner. Before church, she would make these rolls with a little help from the grandchildren. I have continued making them for our Sunday dinners and ...

Author: Gooseberry Patch

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 162093308X

Category: Cooking

Page: 224

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Chances are, you had a grandmother who could make all the best family-pleasing dishes. She probably even had a secret or two for making them extra delicious...even a trick or two for tempting finicky kids' appetites. If you've ever wanted to make scrumptious home-cooked meals just like hers for your own family, you're in luck! Grandma's Favorites is filled with more than 200 well-loved, handed-down recipes shared by cooks across the country. Your family's eyes are sure to light up as you serve up old-fashioned, made-from scratch dishes like golden roast chicken with all the fixings, comforting corn casserole or simmers-all-day vegetable beef soup. We've gathered time-saving recipes from up-to-date grandmothers for busy weeknight meals that are full of flavor too. How about skillet meatloaf or pork & cabbage noodle dinner, with quick hot rolls on the side? Of course, Grandma never forgot dessert and neither have we, with easy-to-make recipes for bubbly fruit crisps, frosted layer cakes and cookies by the dozen that will tempt everyone's sweet tooth. Each recipe uses familiar ingredients, with easy directions. You'll find lots of hints and tips for delicious cooking too.

Carmine s Celebrates

That's how the leisurely family meals that were so much a fixture of life in the Old Country became “Sunday Dinner” in America. Sunday dinners in Grandma's backyard were joyous feasts featuring the best family recipes, ...

Author: Glenn Rolnick

Publisher: St. Martin's Press

ISBN: 1466837233

Category: Cooking

Page: 288

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Carmine's is founded on the twin concepts of deliciousness and Italian abbondanza. In their wildly popular Times Square flagship location and their other restaurants in New York City, Atlantic City, Las Vegas, Washington, DC, and Paradise Island, Bahamas, the tables are filled with giant platters of pasta, steaks, chicken, vegetables and more. And every single diner has a smile on his face. Now that concept comes home from the masters. In new cookbook Carmine's Celebrates, Chef Glenn Rolnick teaches home cooks how to make more than one hundred dishes in happy-making quantities. Nothing is difficult to make, serve or store. Each dish uses grocery store ingredients and extracts the flavor of Italy from them so anyone can be an amazing cook. There is a special emphasis on "everyday" holidays, such as weekend family dinners, and also on traditional holiday food for Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas. Recipes include:—Crostini with Cannellini Bean Dip—Sea Scallops Wrapped in Pancetta—Mussels Fra Diavolo—Pasta Carbonara—Chicken Cacciatore

Grandma s Kitchen Goes Green

When the smell of pancakes wafted through the house on Sunday mornings, it was the subtle wake up call to a family centered day, starting with an all-family breakfast and culminating with Sunday dinner at Grandma Lizzie's house with all ...

Author: Laura L. Gaines

Publisher: Tate Publishing

ISBN: 1617397784

Category: Cooking

Page: 120

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Do you crave the hearty flavors of soul food but want a healthier alternative? Grandma's Kitchen Goes Green is the answer. Inspired by her family's traditional Sunday dinners and influenced by her work with the founding chefs of Soul Vegetarian, author Laura L. Gaines shares her personal stories and thoughts on cooking, and shows readers how meat-free cuisine can be 'soul delicious.' Filled with fond anecdotes and family photographs alongside tempting recipes and full-color images, this cookbook provides step-by-step instructions on how to prepare healthful, soul-satisfying dishes that are sure to become favorites in your own family. Laura trained with the founding chefs of Soul Vegetarian, an international restaurant chain established in 1983, and was president and head chef at Soul Vegetarian West in Los Angeles, California. She is also the co-founder of numerous sustainable lifestyle businesses and has experience working in health care management and health and nutrition media. She currently lives with her husband in greater metropolitan Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. www.dimonagreen.com

From Grandma s Recipe Box

Sunday dinner at Grandma's” is a wonderful theme for a mini family reunion. Invite everyone to fix their favorite family recipes and bring them along. Whether it's a sit-down dinner or a simple picnic, you're sure to have a great time ...

Author: Gooseberry Patch

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 1620934078

Category: Cooking

Page: 224

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Some of our most cherished memories are of visits to Grandma's house...and the wonderful meals she cooked for us. When she called us down for breakfast, we knew there would be homemade caramel rolls and hot cocoa waiting, just for us. In chilly weather, there was always a hearty kettle of vegetable soup or chili simmering on her stove. At dinnertime, the table overflowed with tender chicken and noodles or slow-baked pot roast, buttery mashed potatoes, brown sugar carrots (because she knew we wouldn't eat them, otherwise!) and salads, fresh-picked from her garden. Her cookie jar was filled with our favorite snickerdoodles or chocolate chip cookies, and there was always a frosted layer cake in the cake stand. So many delicious memories! From Grandma's Recipe Box is chock-full of all these recipes and more, shared by cooks like you, handed down through generations and still enjoyed today. We've included easy tips for adding down-home flavor to meals, and for making get-togethers with family & friends special. If you enjoy old-fashioned comfort food, you'll love the recipes in this cookbook! 225 Recipes

in Grandma s Shoes

I made reference to roast beef sandwiches, and didn't realize that my sisters did the same thing I did everyday at lunch. Mom would make roast beef almost every Sunday before church and it would be cooking in the oven for, ...

Author: Bonnie L. DiMichele

Publisher: BalboaPress

ISBN: 1452588651

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 116

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Grandma took a trip back to her childhood home in 1954. She took copious notes and photos on her travels, so she could revisit her adventure time and time again. Years later, I found the journal and felt as if I were traveling alongside her.