I agree with amandarama about the 3 ring binder but I also found
cookbooktree.com on the internet. I typed in all my recipes and the ones I have saved over the years and made my own cookbook. no charge,
just type it in, download and print it up. looks nice enough to share with others and all my stuff in one place. I also still refer to betty and better homes and recipzaar.
1. bread, mayo, sliced red tomato, salt and pepper.
2. bread, mayo, sliced yellow tomato, salt and sprinkled parsley.
3. bread, mayo, sliced german tomato, salt and pepper and parsley.
with a glass of real cold milk. delish.
At the restaurant I order water w/ lemon, take hubbys lemon from his tea since he doesn't like lemons, squeeze lemons into my water, then drop lemon slices into the glass of water, add in 2 sweetener packets, stir and drink. At home I make lemonade drink mix. After work I squeeze concentrated lemon into glass of water, 2 sweetener pkts., and ice. On vacation I use fresh squeezed real lemons, water, sugar, ice , and float lemon slices on top.
ok , I will be the first to bite- most people when looking at a cookbook want to easily find what they are looking for not the plate sizes of something.
Easy to read and follow instructions unless they are advanced and want books marked advanced or chef level. And pictures of what the entree should look like. The front cover should state that is a fundraiser and a nice inviting picture.
A good place to get additional ideas I would suggest is
Good luck, and happy hunting.
while grilling hamburgers we decided to cook up some green beans on the grill, it was wonderful and tasted very good with the smoked flavoring.
Keep it simple. When we went on a 13 hr. road trip we took a cooler of
sodas, lunch meats, cheeses. Bring a case of water, a basket with bread, paper towels, ketchup and mustard and mayo pkts so you don't have containers to full with and toss when empty. Also bring fresh fruits;
apples, banana, grapes. And favorite munchies, chips, pretzels, crackers,
cookies. When stopping for gas, use this time for potty break, stretching
and cleaning out trash from vehicle. We also took books on tape/cd for when we were't listening to the radio. Enjoy your trip!
1. the 3 blend of chex cereal; rice, wheat, and corn . they don't sell them in our area anymore.
2. charles chips 3. the traveling ice cream truck.
4. mom's banana croquettes made with the sauce cooked on the stove and rolled in peanuts.
oh and I almost forgot O'Charley's honey mustard that I pick up at
classic yellow, spicy brown, cranberry-honey(awesome) and
pkts of white castles' dusseldorf mustard. And my own mix of
2/3 cup ketchup + 1/3 cup mustard to make a hamburger or meatloaf
A bacon cheeseburger with onion ring straws and bbq sauce.
With the cheese being a thin layer of pimento cheese spread on the bun
why not combine your insanity with a thin crust bacon cheddar pizza,
1/2 this way and on the other 1/2 the pepperoni jalapeno.
we like ours all the meats, or supreme, or ham pineapple reg. crust , sometimes the thin bacon cheddar.
Potato bread, filling and great for toast topping.
our faves- 1. pbj 2. pb and banana
3. butter, sugar and cinnamon
4. butter and apricot preserves
5. beef hash
6. pb and mayo
and 7. best favorite- take 4 slices toast and spread on
warmed shredded bbq chicken eat with fork ,delish.
I looked all over the internet and chose www.cookbooktree.com,
you can do your own cookbook, borrow recipes,
print individual pages or download all of your cookbook or pay a nominal price and have it professionally bound. Also if your computer crashes like mind did recently; you won't lose all those recipes that you've collected over the years.
thanks, I will give them both a try.
Is this a breakfast dish or anytime ? Im not so sure about the eggs but this
I have it my way with a hot ham n cheese croissant.
what is a mole for chili?
In ky we have black eyed peas and cabbage with a dime wrapped in aluminum foil and who ever finds the dime will have the prosperity in the coming year.
o.k. Im curious - what is green chili? and whats different in it?
Thanks everyone and to let you all I am a kentuckian and in my neck of the woods we make ours with ground beef, chili hot beans, water, tomato paste or juice, onions, garlic, spices, and either macaroni or spaghetti, and recently just started adding jalapeno peppers. umm good.
Usual family traditional dinner of turkey, stuffing, corn, potato salad,
white beans and corn bread, cole slaw, rolls, cranberry sauce,
asstd. drinks, cucumber and onion salad. Enough to feed 3 families or 4 generations. And we have baked ham for Thanksgiving.