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No Knead Knot Rolls No Knead Knot Rolls By The Iowa Housewife 11/12/13 10:00 These are golden, slightly sweet dinner rolls that are a natural for making ahead. The dough only needs mixing, not kneading, and can be refrigerated for a day or two until you are ready to shape them into rolls. The cold dough is very easy to roll out...
Baked Cod Baked Cod By The Iowa Housewife 11/11/13 10:00 We like cod…even though it is fairly expensive; we keep some on hand in the freezer all the time. When I saw this little different baked cod recipe it was a no-brainer to try it. And we weren't sorry – we liked the seasoning and green onions. Baked fish...
Sunday in Iowa Sunday in Iowa By The Iowa Housewife 11/10/13 10:00 Any of these scheduled for holiday dinners? Near Pella, Iowa Shared by Sue Email This BlogThis! Share to Twitter Share to Facebook No comments: Post a Comment Hi...we'd love to hear from you. Older Post Home Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) Our Food Philosophy...
Baking Pan Substitutions Baking Pan Substitutions By The Iowa Housewife 11/09/13 10:00 When you want to substitute one baking pan for another or reduce a recipe and bake it in a smaller pan, you can measure the volume in cups, but the best pan to substitute is one that keeps the mixture at the same depth as the original, or a pan that is...
Family Favorites - Creamy Porcupine Meatballs Family Favorites - Creamy Porcupine Meatballs By The Iowa Housewife 11/08/13 10:00 Porcupine meatballs were popular in the 50’s. I remember it being served for company at the home of school friends, and really liked it. A lot of recipes call for a pressure cooker, which I usually use, but many of you may not have one. There are many recipes...
Scalloped Corn Scalloped Corn By The Iowa Housewife 11/07/13 10:00 Another dish Lyle has requesting is scalloped corn. This recipe from the Taste of Home Holiday Recipes 2003 is for a basic scalloped corn. Lyle and Bettie both thought it was just like they had growing up and so were very pleased with it. I found it quite...
Chicken in Potato Baskets Chicken in Potato Baskets By The Iowa Housewife 11/06/13 10:00 My husband really liked the flavor of these little casseroles from “Taste of Home Holiday Recipe Cards 2003" . I didn't have pretty ceramic casseroles like the magazine used, but I used these glass Anchor Hocking bakers, and they were just the right size....
Pineapple Coconut Snowballs Pineapple Coconut Snowballs By The Iowa Housewife 11/05/13 10:00 While looking for a quick, simple, recipe to make the day we were making candy I spotted this recipe for Pineapple Coconut Snowballs in the Taste of Home Holiday Recipe Card Collection from 2003. Very simple, just three ingredients, Sure to be quick and...
Crab Stuffed Sole Crab Stuffed Sole By The Iowa Housewife 11/04/13 10:00 We have enjoyed crab-stuffed sole in our favorite seafood restaurant, but it was getting really expensive to eat there. When I saw this recipe, it looked similar, so I had to try it. It is still not inexpensive in the Midwest, where good seafood commands...
Sunday in Iowa Sunday in Iowa By The Iowa Housewife 11/03/13 10:00 The restored fire station museum in Pella, Iowa The tower was used to hang canvas fire hoses to dry. There is a small jail in the back corner of the first floor.
Taste of Home Holiday Recipe Card Collection of 2003 Taste of Home Holiday Recipe Card Collection of 2003 By The Iowa Housewife 11/02/13 09:00 As one of the major beneficiaries of this blog I want to recommend the choice for the week. It is the Taste of Home Holiday Recipe Card Collection of 2003 . One of my favorite choices is the scalloped corn. If you like scalloped corn at all you will love...
Family Favorites - Pumpkin Bars Family Favorites - Pumpkin Bars By The Iowa Housewife 11/01/13 09:00 My daughter and grandson came over today and moved most of my 400 and some cookbooks and sorted them out for me. I made these pumpkin bars as a bribe and thank you. It makes such a large recipe that neither of us makes them very often. They are the best...
Creamed Turkey Over Rice Creamed Turkey Over Rice By The Iowa Housewife 10/31/13 09:00 Here’s a way to dress up that old favorite – creamed turkey. This only took as long as it did to cook the rice; as your turkey is already cooked. You can use any cooked poultry, or ham for that matter – a good way to use up holiday extras. You can’t go...
Potato Casserole Potato Casserole By The Iowa Housewife 10/30/13 09:00 This is a good potato casserole. The recipe from the Taste of Home Holiday Recipe Card Collection from 2002 was easy to get together and everyone enjoyed it. It has a different flavor from the sour cream, dill weed and Swiss cheese. I am not sure why the...
Cornmeal Yeast Bread Cornmeal Yeast Bread By The Iowa Housewife 10/29/13 09:00 This recipe won’t take the place of cornbread, but makes a nice loaf of cornmeal yeast bread. Good with soups or hot dishes, or toasted. We thought the toasted was very good. The bread was easy to make. I did the kneading with my KitchenAid mixer. However,...
Maple Cream Bon Bons Maple Cream Bon Bons By The Iowa Housewife 10/28/13 09:00 These are an easy recipe to start learning to make dipped chocolates. Myrna’s the expert, but even I could turn out some delicious homemade candy with this recipe. These are rich, so I used a size 100 scoop, about 2 teaspoons, and it was plenty. It helps...
Sunday in Iowa Sunday in Iowa By The Iowa Housewife 10/27/13 09:00 When we took a ride along Highway 92 in Southeastern Iowa, we saw these horses in the pasture. The horses looked up and posed for the camera after they heard my husband’s voice. Later we saw this place that looks like a movie ranch house setting that got...
Working with Chocolate Working with Chocolate By The Iowa Housewife 10/26/13 10:00 A better way to melt chocolate Sue asked me to tell you a little about working with chocolate. I find that it really is one of the things that is fussier than you would think. Melting it is one of the easy yet hard to do things. It must be melted at low...
Family Favorites - Mom's Pumpkin Pie Family Favorites - Mom's Pumpkin Pie By The Iowa Housewife 10/25/13 10:00 Baked a pumpkin pie today as the weather has cooled down a little. I always use my Mother’s recipe. I think she got it from a Carnation Milk recipe booklet, but it is not the same one they use now, My family really likes this one and so do I. It has more...
Lemon Meringue Pie Lemon Meringue Pie By The Iowa Housewife 10/24/13 10:00 I made lemon pie last week and realized that we had never posted it on the blog. This is one of my families favorite pies and is easy to make. I always use a double boiler to cook the filling. It will take a few minutes longer that way, but you are not...

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