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Armadillo Eggs -- back to top

Armadillo Eggs


Our Notes


Get can (26oz.) whole jalapeño peppers. Put a slit in peppers and remove seeds and pulp. Don't slice completely in two. Stuff cleaned peppers with tsp. Or so of cream cheese. (Depends how large pepper is as to how much cream cheese.) squeeze pepper back together as much as you can; just don't leave it completely open as cheese will all escape. Wrap pepper in sausage. Get the one-pound rolls; slice them into patties. Again, size of patty depends on size of pepper; but you want the pepper completely covered except for stem. I like the Jimmy Dean maple flavored sausage but you can use any kind you want. Bake at 250 degrees for 1 hour. Let cool and ...😋...worth every calorie!

JW Comment

We're not 100% sure of the temperature as we noted on 2016-12-15, we ended up needing more time.



Asparagus Sandwich -- back to top

Asparagus Sandwich



Bill’s Milk Punch -- back to top

Bill’s Milk Punch



Brandy Eggnog Bowl -- back to top

Brandy Eggnog Bowl



Cheese and Bacon Frittata -- back to top

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Cherries in the Snow -- back to top

Cherries in the Snow




Chicken Tetrazzini -- back to top

Chicken Tetrazzini (from Kim Lynn)



Christmas Sandwiches -- back to top

Christmas Sandwiches1

Slice bread in half like a hamburger bun style. Lay bottom in a casserole pan. Layer ham and cheese on the bread. Then put bread tops back on

Mix:

Spoon mixture over each roll. Let set over night in the fridge. Bake covered in a 350 degree oven for 10-12 minutes



  1. Scanned and OCRed with some correction. See Scan 

  2. sic. Worcestershire sauce 



ECDC Chili -- back to top

ECDC Chili



Governor's Salad -- back to top

Governor's Salad



Grandma Huffsmith's Dressing (stuffing), with Ann's Changes & and Cornbread -- back to top

Dressing / Stuffing

Chop

Sauté in frying pan for 5 to 10 min. Add

cover and cook slowly until meat is done

Mix

Crumble all together then mix with meat mixture

Add

To make gravy, cook livers, gizzards, and necks slowly (with salt and pepper) in

chop livers, gizzards, and necks. Use drippings left from cooking fowl. Pour broth and livers into pan and stir up. Thicken in frying pan

Cornbread

Ingredients

Directions

Mix all until smooth (1 min). Bake in 8" sq. greased pan. Preheat oven to 425°F. Cook 20 to 25 min

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  1. photo of mix(full) 



Green Bean Casserole -- back to top



Hot Chicken Salad -- back to top

Hot Chicken Salad



Ila's Sand Tarts -- back to top

Ila's Sand Tarts



Ann's Recipe Book -- back to top

Collection of recipes from Meredith's mother. Work in progress



Lemon Tea Cookies -- back to top

Lemon Tea Cookies



Manicotti -- back to top

Manicotti




Maralisa Special -- back to top

Maralisa Special

Maralisa is a resort/hotel in Acapulco, Mexico

This is part of Bill’s drink recipes



Mexican Chicken Dinner Packets -- back to top

Mexican Chicken Dinner Packets



Pancho Villa Dip -- back to top

Pancho Villa Dip



Parmigiano-Reggiano Cheese Dip -- back to top

Parmigiano-Reggiano Cheese Dip

Note: Use high-quality cheese.



Party (Chex) Mix -- back to top



Pumpkin Pie (Light & Creamy) -- back to top

Light and Creamy Pumpkin Pie.

This is one of Meredith’s favorite.

Notes

Ann often (always?) does this with a traditional pie crust



Pumpkin Spice Torte -- back to top

Pumpkin Spice Torte




Quiche Lorraine -- back to top

Quiche Lorraine




Red Snapper en Papillote -- back to top

Red Snapper en Papillote



Salmon Patties -- back to top

Salmon Patties



Sandy's Chocolate Cake -- back to top

Sandy's Chocolate Cake



Sandy's Cranberry Salad -- back to top

Sandy's Cranberry Salad



Seven Layer Fiesta Dip -- back to top



Shrimp Dip -- back to top

Recipe

Ingredients

Directions

Combine all ingredients. Mix well by hand; do not use blender. Refrigerate until chilled and serve with chips.

JW Note:

We added some Worcestershire sauce instead of "Flavor Enhancer" (which is MSG). It worked well enough

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Shrimp Gumbo (healthier) -- back to top

Shrimp Gumbo



Shrimp Pasta -- back to top

Shrimp Pasta

Chop:

Directions:

Boil shrimp in Zatarain's shrimp boil.

Save water for pasta and boil pasta in it

Dressing:

Chill all well. Before serving, toss with parmesan cheese.



Spring Artichokes with Lemon Butter Sauce -- back to top

Spring Artichokes with Lemon Butter Sauce




TexMex Soup -- back to top

TexMex Soup