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Laura Schupp + Our Newlywed Kitchen
Dear Bride….I have a message of hope and a great way to use this time wisely. May I begin by expressing my empathy to those of you who chose to selflessly postpone your nuptials for the well-being of others. What a difficult and disappointing decision to make. May your day
As if there isn’t already enough reasons to celebrate in February, Mardi Gras steps in and wraps up the month with a festive twist on menu and decorations. Mardi Gras translated means Fat Tuesday, or the last opportunity to eat rich food before the fast of Lent begins. In my
Ingredients DOUGH1/2 cup milk2 Tbs Butter1 (.25 oz) package of active dry yeast1/3 cup warm water1/4 cup water1/4 cup sugar1 egg3/4 tsp salt1/2 tsp nutmeg2-3/4 cups flour FILLING1/2 cup brown sugar1-1/2 tsp cinnamon1/2 cup raisins1/2 cup pecans (chopped)1/4 cup flour1/4 cup melted butter ICING1 cup confectioners sugar1 Tbs milk QUICK & EASY INSTRUCTIONSIn a small
Cover your table with perennial favorites Old recipes tell a story. I collect and hold them dear like fond memories. Many remind me of a special person, time, or lesson in life. This Easter, allow me to share some of my most treasured recipes for your holiday table. Nana’s Pineapple
Makes 6-8 servings Ingredients6 large potatoes (peeled and diced)1/4 c. olive oilsmall onion (minced)1/2 c. mayonnaise3/4 c. sour cream1/2 tsp. garlic salt1/2 tsp. black pepper DirectionsPeel and dice potatoes. Boil until potatoes are fork tender. Drain and place in a bowl. Add oil and minced onion. Cover and refrigerate for
Makes 6-8 servings Ingredients1 large can of pineapple (crushed and drained)3 Tbsp. flour1 c. Cheddar cheese (grated)3/4 c. sugar1 sleeve of Ritz® crackers (crushed)4 Tbsp. butter (melted) DirectionsPreheat oven to 350 degrees. Combine first four ingredients in a bowl and stir together. Pour into a buttered 8×8 inch casserole dish.