Easter April 24th 2011
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Easter April 24th 2011
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 I know that this is a little early,but if we could all come up with Easter and Lent recipes and get a head start,I think it would be fun.Something to look forward to SPRING!
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Re: Easter April 24th 2011

posted at 1/10/2011 3:19 PM EST
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Thanks everybody for all the tips on baking with yeast!  I need all the help I can get!  lol

Re: Easter April 24th 2011

posted at 1/11/2011 3:49 PM EST
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Gale, Thanks for the Golden Rod toast recipe.  It reminded me of something that was called ---- on the shingle.  it was really creamed chipped beef in a white sauce and toast.  My husband said that they served this in the Army but didn't use chipped beef.  He said they used Mystery meat!

Re: Easter April 24th 2011

posted at 1/11/2011 4:05 PM EST
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In Response to Re: Easter April 24th 2011:
Gale, Thanks for the Golden Rod toast recipe.  It reminded me of something that was called ---- on the shingle.  it was really creamed chipped beef in a white sauce and toast.  My husband said that they served this in the Army but didn't use chipped beef.  He said they used Mystery meat!
Posted by Elsa M


Hi Elsa, I know what you are talking about LOL,I make that too,the boys love it but not my husband.We eat it when he isn't around.I use the thin sliced beef that is in with the bologna and other pre packaged lunch meats.

Re: Easter April 24th 2011

posted at 1/11/2011 4:14 PM EST
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In Response to Re: Easter April 24th 2011:
Gale, Thanks for the Golden Rod toast recipe.  It reminded me of something that was called ---- on the shingle.  it was really creamed chipped beef in a white sauce and toast.  My husband said that they served this in the Army but didn't use chipped beef.  He said they used Mystery meat!
Posted by Elsa M


Elsa...

It sure is good and a big ole pan of home fries to go along with it!!  Around here, we call it SOS and you find it on the breakfast menu.

Re: Easter April 24th 2011

posted at 1/11/2011 4:18 PM EST
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In Response to Re: Easter April 24th 2011:
A different way to serve hard cooked or boiled eggs: Golden Rod Toast:,Make a white sauce this can be cut in half or increased if needed.White Sauce: one stick of butter,salt and pepper to taste,4 cups milk,1/2 cup of all purpose flour.in a large sauce pan melt the butter and remove from the heat stir in flour until smooth,return to heat until bubbly,add milk one cup at a time and continue cooking over medium heat stirring constanly,until it boils then lower heat and continue cooking a few more minutes.Remove from heat and stir in 2T.minced onions and parsley if desired.Peel 8-10 hard cooked eggs,chop the whites and add to white sauce,pour over toast and push the yolks through a sieve with a spoon,I use a tablespoon over the toast,the egg yolks look like Golden rod pollen,this is how it got its name.This is an old recipe that my mom made when we were kids.
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Gale...

Wow...I got to try that this week for breakfast.  Thank you!

Re: Easter April 24th 2011

posted at 1/11/2011 4:56 PM EST
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hee hee - I've made that (SOS) creamed chipped beef stuff for almost 40 years.  I toss a small can of sliced mushrooms into the skillet while the beef is cooking.
Oh that's good.
I used to make sausage gravy to pour over biscuits.
Ohhhhhhh I'm getting hungry.

Re: Easter April 24th 2011

posted at 1/12/2011 12:22 PM EST
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I love coconut and I almost forgot to post that I also make for Easter, Coconut bread.  It's really yummy and I got to dig it out and post if for you guys!  I'm still lloking for the deviled eggs with crab all I can find is my recipe for Mac. & Chse. w/crab.  Gee I hope I can find it!

Re: Easter April 24th 2011

posted at 1/12/2011 1:35 PM EST
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Coconut Bread?  I've never even heard of coconut bread   ...   and I just can't wait!    I love coconut and that sounds like a dream.

Re: Easter April 24th 2011

posted at 1/12/2011 3:17 PM EST
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Hi Susan, I have my finger crossed that you find the recipe before Easter! 

Re: Easter April 24th 2011

posted at 1/12/2011 3:19 PM EST
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Has anyone heard of Red eye Gavy?  I have heard the term and recipe but never tasted it.  Would anyone care to share if they have a recipe

Re: Easter April 24th 2011

posted at 1/12/2011 6:54 PM EST
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Hello Ladies...

Well Elsa, I found the recipe so I will post this one first for you:

DEVILED CRAB EGGS - 6 HARD COOKED EGGS

8 OZ CRAB MEAT (LITTLE OLD BAY SEASON - OPTIONAL)
3 TBSP. FINELY CHOPPED CELERY
4 TBSP. HEAPING MAYO.
1 TSP. DRY MUSTARD
DASH OF SALT AND PEPPER
1/4 TSP. PARSLEY
3 DASH OF OREGANO
3 DASH GARLIC POWDER
4 DAPS WORCHESTER SAUCE

Mix all the above ingredients along with the egg yolks and spoon onto the egg white halves. 

Enjoy!!

Re: Easter April 24th 2011

posted at 1/12/2011 7:01 PM EST
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Here is the recipe for:

COCONUT BREAD

3 CUPS FLOUR SIFTED
1 TSP. BAKING POWDER
1/2 TSP. SALT
1 CUP SUGAR
1 CUP SHREDDED COCONUT
1 EGG BEATEN
1 CUP MILK
1 TSP. VANILLA

Sift dry ingredients and mix.  Combine liquid ingredients, blend carefully.  Let stand for 20 min. and then pour into well greased pan. 
Bake 350* for 45-50 min.

Enjoy Ladies!!

Re: Easter April 24th 2011

posted at 1/12/2011 7:18 PM EST
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Okay Ladies, this recipe I got when I spent a week in Disney World in Feb. 2010 for my 50th birthday celebration, gift from my hubby.  I was never there so this was very exciting for me, and yes I was the big kid you saw wearing the Mickey Mouse ears!  lol  Anyway, when you ate at the better restaurants, they gave you the recipes of some of the food you ate.  So I ate at the Fulton's Crab House and I got this recipe and I would like to share it with you. Let me tell ya, it was wonderful! 

FULTON'S CRAB BOURSIN

YIELD'S 3 CUPS

INGREDIENTS
1 1/2 LB CREAM CHEESE
1/4 CUP ROASTED GARLIC
1/2 TBL. GREEN ONIONS CHOPPED
1/8 CUP FRESH BASIL
1/8 CUP LEMON JUICE
1/2 TBL HORSERADISH
1 TBL. CRAB MEAT OR CRAB BASE
1/8 ROASTED RED PEPPERS
1/2 TBL. HICKORY SMOKED MUSTARD

METHOD
MIX ALL INGREDIENTS EXCEPT CREAM CHEESE IN A LARGE BOWL.  CUT CREAM CHEESE INTO SMALL CUBES AND PLACE THEM IN THE MIXER.  MIX UNTIL SMOOTH.  STOP, SCRAPE SIDES AND MIX AGAIN.  WHEN THE CREAM CHEESE IS SMOOTH, ADD THE REST OF THE INGREDIENTS TO MIXER.  BE CAREFUL NOT TO OVER MIX.  STORE IN A COVERED CONTAINER UNTIL READY TO SERVE.  SERVE WITH AN ASSORTMENT OF CRACKERS.

They served this at the table while I waited for dinner...it was just wonderful!  I hope you all enjoy it as much as I did!

Re: Easter April 24th 2011

posted at 1/12/2011 9:21 PM EST
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In Response to Re: Easter April 24th 2011:
Has anyone heard of Red eye Gavy?  I have heard the term and recipe but never tasted it.  Would anyone care to share if they have a recipe
Posted by Elsa M

http://southernfood.about.com/od/hamrecipes/r/bl30326s.htm
Hi Elsa, here is a recipe for the red eye gravy just click on the link it will take you right there.      

Re: Easter April 24th 2011

posted at 1/13/2011 12:03 AM EST
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Susan,  thanks for your instructions on copying the recipes from the computers.  I just tried it and it worked!!   Thanks again !!!

Re: Easter April 24th 2011

posted at 1/13/2011 7:31 AM EST
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Iam staying home that day and make dinner at home.

Re: Easter April 24th 2011

posted at 1/13/2011 9:25 AM EST
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Here is a very unusual "cake" for anyone who LOVES coconut and pecans.
Vanilla Tea Cake
1 Cup Butter NO margarine please
2 Cups sugar
6 Eggs
1 package, 12 ounces vanilla wafers, ground to a fine crumb
7 1/2 ounces coconut (pulse this a bit to make it less "stringy" if you want)
1/2 cup milk
1 Cup ground pecans
Pre heat oven to 300 degrees.  Grease and flour a Tube pan or Bundt pan.
Mix butter and sugar in bowl of electric mixer, scrape down sides.
Add eggs one at a time, beat between additions.
Mix in vanilla wafers and milk, mix well.
Add remaining ingredients, mix well.
Pour into prepared pan.
Bake 2 hours.
The 2 hour bake time is not an error.
You could probably make this cake with any type of cookie.  A lemon would probably be very good and would go with the coconut and pecans.

Re: Easter April 24th 2011

posted at 1/13/2011 9:27 AM EST
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In Response to Re: Easter April 24th 2011:
Here is the recipe for: COCONUT BREAD 3 CUPS FLOUR SIFTED 1 TSP. BAKING POWDER 1/2 TSP. SALT 1 CUP SUGAR 1 CUP SHREDDED COCONUT 1 EGG BEATEN 1 CUP MILK 1 TSP. VANILLA Sift dry ingredients and mix.  Combine liquid ingredients, blend carefully.  Let stand for 20 min. and then pour into well greased pan.  Bake 350* for 45-50 min. Enjoy Ladies!!
Posted by Susan K


Susan, what size pan?  Is this 9X5 loaf pan.

Re: Easter April 24th 2011

posted at 1/13/2011 9:33 AM EST
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Nikki  ---- Coconut and Pecans .................. lol lol .... it's not even 9 AM and I want some cake NOW.
I do not have any vanilla wafers in this house and today I have to wait for a repairman so I can't get to the store.
hmmmmmmmmmmm ...................

Re: Easter April 24th 2011

posted at 1/13/2011 9:35 AM EST
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And Nikki -- I printed that recipe with no effort at all.  I am still astonished by such a great set of instructions and even more by the fact I can use them.
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