Mrs. Kitchen

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Mrs. Kitchen
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Greeley, CO
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04/01/1951
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Cooking makes the world go 'round. These are the recipes that either sound good and I want to try them, I have tried them and want to share them, or I can't believe them and want you to marvel at the outrageousness along with me.

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This is very good, could be the center of light lunch instead of quiche. Next time I make it, I'll use less flour so maybe it will be less like a bread and more of a pudding.4 large eggs2 cups sour cr...
Here is a cake recipe from our local farm/ranch newspaper The Fence Post. It's one of those that has to be tried in order to see if the result really is worth the different technique.Unusual Frozen Ca...
Tender muffins coated with cinnamon sugar. Do they taste as good as a doughnut? Yes they do, but a only a doughnut is really a doughnut.This recipe is from the Cook's Country program on PBS with modif...
I saw this first recipe in a Food Section article about bars, not the kind where you get a beer, but cookie bars. The gist of it was that bars are a very popular dessert in the summer. I needed someth...
2 cups cooked chicken, cubed1 can cream of chicken or tomato soup1 can evaporated milk (or half and half, etc.)1 (4 ounce) can chopped green chilies1 tablespoon butter1 tablespoon chopped onionCorn ch...
This is adapted from the Food Network Magazine. It's an interesting idea, but I'd rather have the cake.Crust:1 1/3 cups flour1/3 cup sugar1/3 cup sliced almonds1 1/2 cups grated carrot1/2 cup cold but...
In New Orleans, barbecued shrimp means unpeeled shrimp cooked in a garlic-tabasco-Worcestershire-butter sauce. Your hands get messy peeling them, and I've never understood why they couldn't be peeled ...
Here is what I'm serving on Thanksgiving day:Special Corn Dinner Rolls1/3 cup yellow corn meal1/2 cup sugar1 teaspoon salt1/2 cup butter2 cups milk1 package yeast1/4 cup lukewarm water2 eggs, beaten4 ...
Not a staple at our house, but once in awhile:Cranberry Orange Scones1 1/2 cups flour1 cup oatmeal2 tablespoons sugar2 teaspoons sugar2 teaspoons baking powder1/2 teaspoon salt1/4 cup butter1/2 cup or...
Yesterday when I got done considering buying a skin stapler, I found some little glass pie plates that I decided to order. I will use them to make a bunch of little cherry pies for my friend Diane and...
Here are some recipes for a buffet:Shrimp Spread1 can tomato soup1 large package cream cheese1 small package lemon Jello dissolved in 1/2 cup boiling water1/2 cup mayonnaise1/2 cup finely chopped onio...
Apples are freshest this time of year, and can be held through the winter. Wrap them individually in newsprint, place in a box with no lid, and store in an unheated basement or pantry or garage. They ...
These are similar to the Kings Hawaiian Rolls that we are seeing in the supermarket. It is a rich dough, and the finished rolls came out kind of dense, but warmed up and served with shaved ham, they a...
Here are some recipes for biscuits. I'm not so sure that the first one is "Real" southern, and the second one sounds like muffins.There is another yeast biscuit recipe that can stay in the fridge unti...
Garrison Keillor wrote a hilarious column about how there is something wrong with people who can't even make potato salad, and settle for store-bought.My homemade was starting to taste all the same an...