Beth's Favorite Family Recipes
Fresh Strawberry Dessert
Auntie Mae's Sugar Cookies
Barbecue Salmon Steaks
Oven Stew for Two
Barbecue chicken wings
Salted Butter and Chocolate chunk Shortbread Cookies
Creamy Mac 'n Cheese
Pete's Pumpkin Bread
Oil Pastry for Pie
Meat Gravy from Scratch
Sweet and Sour Meatballs
Coq au Vin
Oven Stew for Two
Roasted Mediterranean Chicken
Hot Cheese Artichoke Dip
Baked Butternut Squash
Garlic Roasted Chicken and Potatoes
Spinach Stuffed Chicken Breasts
Pork Chops with Herb Mustard Butter
Pasta with Carbonara Sauce
Baked Chicken Thighs in Tangy Sauce
Chicken Marsala over White Rice
Easy Christmas Punch
Chocolate Sheet Cake
Candy Bar Sheet Cake (Union Leader Newspaper)
Auntie Mae's Sugar CookiesMy great aunt Mae McLaughlin made these cookies for us whenever we would visit her down the beach in Nantasket. My mother adopted this recipe and it has become a family favorite.
Barbecue Salmon SteaksI picked up this recipe in the grocery store years ago and loved it from the first time we made it. The marinade is bold and delicious.
Oven Stew for TwoThis is the perfect meal for a cold winter night. Simple to prepare and very tasty.
Delmonico PotatoesThis was handed down to me by my mom, Grammy Marie McLaughlin. I think of her every time I make it.
Salted Butter and Chocolate chunk Shortbread CookiesThis recipe is from Cousin Cait Robbins who is clearly a pro at baking them. In fact, they are so good, they never get to the storage stage! (So I've heard!)
Pete's Pumpkin BreadThis is an old favorite of mine. I used to make batches of this bread in mini-loaf pans and give them as Christmas gifts to office staff. Always a big hit!
Oil Pastry for PieThis was my mom's pie crust recipe. She made the best pies in the world! She got the recipe from her great Auntie Mae, who raised her.
Scampi ItalianoI entered this recipe in the Telegraph Culinary Delights cooking contest in 1992. Didn't win, but it is still a keeper!
Spaghetti BologneseI got this recipe from my friend Kay when we lived in Egypt. I didn't know what bolognese was, just loved this rich tasty sauce.
Coq au VinThis was the first dinner I cooked for my husband before he was my husband. The reason he married me!
Roasted Mediterranean ChickenThis recipe was given to me by my friend Jan. Every time I make if for the family it gets rave reviews. Very fresh taste and healthy to boot!
Pap's ChiliThis is Pap's famous chili. We like it on the mild side, so feel free to spice it up with more chili powder, jalapeños, chopped green chilis, etc.
Apple PieThis recipe is from the Good Housekeeping cookbook, and is the closest I could find to my mother's apple pie.
Chicken CurryI started making this chicken recipe when I lived in Egypt. It is from the Maadi Women's Guild cookbook. I often make it with chicken thighs and drumsticks.
Garlic Roasted Chicken and PotatoesRecipe is from Allrecipes, submitted by Debi Blair McGinness. Recipe can easily be doubled to serve 8. I made this in my new copper frying pan in the oven. Came out great!
Spinach Stuffed Chicken BreastsThis recipe is from Allrecipes submitted by Laurie Wheeler. I loved it when I made it. I used smaller breasts and fresh spinach. Came out great!
Pork Chops with Herb Mustard ButterSuper easy and tasty. Pork makes a nice alternative to chicken and beef.
Pasta with Carbonara SauceThis recipe is a family treat and tradition. Everyone loves it, and I always make it when the girls come home to visit. It is from my favorite cookbook: Better Homes and Gardens New Cookbook, page 320.
Baked Chicken Thighs in Tangy SauceThis recipe was submitted on Allrecipes by SeattleSun and was handed down from her mother. Mom's recipes are always the best!
Chicken Marsala over White RiceThis recipe was submitted by tdonoso on Allrecipes and was a hit with my husband. I am a big fan of Chicken Marsala and was thrilled to find a simple, easy recipe that tastes great!
Easy Christmas PunchThis is a perfect winter holiday punch, great for adults because it is not too sweet.
Chocolate Sheet CakeA recipe from the Union Leader newspaper. Looks like a fast and go-to cake to take to potlucks.
Candy Bar Sheet Cake (Union Leader Newspaper)This looks like a great dessert to take to a Super Bowl pot luck!
Caramelized SquashScott Strainge passed this recipe to me. It was handed down by his grandmother, who was English.
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