Select () or exclude () categories to narrow your recipe search.
As you select categories, the number of matching recipes will update.
Find exactly what you're looking for with the web's most powerful recipe filtering tool.
All fields are required.
Remember me on this computer
Please enter your email address and we will send your password
Your password has been sent and should arrive in your mailbox very soon.
Registering is quick and easy.
Sign up for Food.com to share photos, show off your cooking chops, and connect to an enthusiastic and helpful community.
It's free and easy.
I have been cooking since the age of 10. While growing up, my mother prefered my sisters and I not bother her in the kitchen while she was preparing meals. So when my mother was out of the house, I would forever be cooking up something in the kitchen. I wished my mother had spent the time in teaching me how to prepare some of her most wonderful dishes and home baked desserts, as she seldom used a recipe. I wish I had those recipes to pass down to my 3 daughter's.
As a young girl, my mentor was my Aunt Lula, who'm I considered to be "the best" cook in the world. I always enjoyed dining in her home, as she would make a typical Sunday dinner look like a holiday feast. My aunt was a pro at canning and preserving pickles. It was she who inspired me to try my hand at home canning all sorts of pickles, relishes, and vegetables. Sadly my aunt passed away about 10 yrs ago, and I miss her. Because of my aunt, I feel I am the cook I am today. I may not be as good of a cook as she was, as I am still learning, even at my age.
For my family, I like to cook meals that are considered down-home-country-cookin', rather than gourmet. I especially enjoy preparing various kinds of home-cooked soups, iced coffees, iced teas, and making a variety of rhubarb jams, preserves, rhubarb iced tea, rhubarb lemonade, and other various rhubarb desserts in the Spring when rhubarb is available. When making jams or preserves, I prefer to make jams that can be frozen, rather than doing the hot water bath method, so when you check out my recipes, you will see they are all made to be stored in one's freezer, which is easy & quick! Please be sure to check out the various rhubarb jams, preserves, and dessets I have listed below.
I collect cookbooks for a hobby. Also, many of my recipes can be found in church cookbooks, as well as our cities Buyer's Guide Cookbooks. Years past I have submitted numerous recipes to our cities newspaper, as I enjoy sharing them with others.
One recipe I am most proud to share with other's is, my recipe for Peanut Butter Cut-Out Cookies... http://www.food.com/recipe/peanut-butter-cut-out-cookies-79553, which can also be found in the following cookbooks... 2003 Country Woman Christmas Cookbook & Taste of Home's 2004 Treasury of Christmas Recipes Cookbook, as well as... http://www.tasteofhome.com/Recipes/Peanut-Butter-Cutout-Cookies
This recipe is also posted on my blog: http://domesticgoddessinthekitchen.blogspot.com/2010/12/peanut-butter-cut-out-cookies.html
Another recipe I am proud of, is my recipe for... Pasta Carbonara (which was published in the 2009 May/June issue, in the Taste of Home Simple & Delicious Magazine). http://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/Pasta-Carbonara-2
This recipe is also posted on my blog: http://domesticgoddessinthekitchen.blogspot.com/2012/04/pasta-carbonara.html
Just recently another recipe of mine was published in the Taste of Home Simple & Delicious Magazine (April/May 2012 issue). Cream of Potato & Cheddar Soup (which is a crock-pot recipe). http://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/Cream-of-Potato---Cheddar-Soup
This recipe is also posted on my blog: http://domesticgoddessinthekitchen.blogspot.com/2010/08/cream-of-potato-and-cheddar-cheese-soup.html
My 3 favorite cookbooks are...
Betty Crocker's Cookbook (1973)
A Campbell Cookbook Cooking with Soup (1976)
Pillsbury Kitchens' Family Cookbook (1979)
MY RATING SYSTEM HERE AT RECIPEZAAR:
5 stars - I loved this recipe!
4 stars - I liked this recipe.
3 stars - This recipe was ok.
2 stars - Recipe was fair, but needs a bit of improvement.
1 star - Sorry, but I really didn't care for this recipe!
Here are various rhubarb recipes I enjoy making, from jams, preserves and desserts... (Note: some of those rhubarb jams are made with various canned pie fillings and boxed gelatin, and boy are they good!)
Rhubarb Dump Cake #63957
Rhubarb Upside Down Cake #230907
Rhubarb Cream Cheese Torte #235546
Rhubarb Jam #63952
Rhubarb Berry Jam #235136
Rhubarb Blackberry Jam #235101
Rhubarb Blueberry Jam #235109
Rhubarb Pineapple Jam #92500
Rhubarb Raspberry Jam #92499
Rhubarb Strawberry Jam #235077
Strawberry Rhubarb Preserves #235087
Yummy! Rhubarb Jam #63954
My favorite rhubarb dessert is...
Rhubarb Cream Cheese Torte #235546
One other rhubarb recipe I most enjoy is...
Rhubarb Pineapple Pie....different and Delicious! #101988
Posted by ~Leslie~
I also enjoy eating and making home-cooked soups, and some of those recipes are...
Domestic Goddess Chili #45709
Cincinnati Chili #79419
White Chili #59193
Creamed Turkey and Rice Soup #75009
My family "loves" to eat Egg Rolls, and this is 2 of our favorite recipes...
Egg Rolls #59533
Cindi's Egg Rolls #59455
I "love" McDonald's Vanilla Iced Coffee.
This is my copy cat recipe, which tastes similar to their iced coffee.
Mc Donald's Vanilla Iced Coffee (Copycat Recipe) #310395
One of my family's favorite candy to enjoy during the Christmas holiday is...
Christmas Fudge #49141
(This recipe has been in our family for 30 yrs.)
It's a 3 ingredient recipe, and boy is it good!
Another really good fudge recipe here at Recipezaar is...
Easy Chocolate Fudge #45214 Posted by - Joy1996
Favorite restaurants: Golden Corral
Wild Buffalo Wings
Some of the other dishes I prepare that my family likes...
Cindi's Stuffed Manicotti #228997
Cindi's Spaghetti Sauce #46093
Cindi's Lasagna #228824
My "all-time favorite" salad at Recipezaar is... Pea Salad #38773
My favorite blue cheese dressing is... Luby's Chunky Blue Cheese Salad Dressing #55514
Another family favorite of our's is...
Wedding Dumplings #300401
I have been making these for over 30 yrs.
(Serve these with a gravy of your choice.)
Believe it or not, our family enjoys liver, beef or pork.
Here are two of our favorite recipes...
Chili Liver #235367
Bacon, Beef or Pork Liver, and Onions (For 2 People) #236495
Other foods of which I enjoy- Chinese and Mexican cuisine, venison, pork chops, catalina barbecued ribs, maple glazed ribs, brats cooked in sauerkraut, buffalo wings, seafood (especially shrimp, breaded and deepfried, or just plain and with cocktail sauce, Yum-O, and I "love" Coconut Shrimp) a variety of meatball dishes, meaty casseroles and hot dishes, macaroni salads, layered vegetable salads, cucumber salads, twice baked potatoes, scalloped potatoes, au gratin potatoes, german potato salads, a variety of baked bean dishes, anything that has chocolate in it, and Krispy Kremes. I also enjoy pickled beets, pickled cauliflower, pickled-stuffed banana peppers, watermeleon pickles, pickled herring, pickled eggs, and Russian Dill Pickles.
MY ALL-TIME FAVORITE RECIPE HERE AT RECIPEZAAR IS -
BeachGirl's... Hawaiian Coconut Shrimp #64125
My oldest daughter makes this often, and...
It's to die for!