Phillips/Gadberry Family Reunion Cookbook - 101 recipes
Grandma Phillips' Pumpkin Pie
Grandma Gadberry's Syrup a.k.a. Vanilla or Sweet Gravy
Clam Chowder - New England Style
Verna's Seven Layer Dinner
Warm German Potato Salad
Grand Slam Chicken Pot Pie
Apricot Sausage Rice
Yorkshire Pudding (a.k.a. Pop-Overs)
Bierocks, Beerocks, Berox!
Anna's Potluck Layered Salad
Homemade Stewed Tomatoes
Dad’s Brand Cookies
Louise Spitzer's Jewish Apple Cake
Authentic Mexican Enchilada Sauce
Italian Seasoning Recipe
Classic Coney Island Chili for Chili Dogs
Chili Seasoning Mix
Best Ever Banana Nut Muffins by Muffin Mania
Southern-Style Chocolate Gravy
Scalloped Potatoes My Way
Zucchini Tomato Casserole
Amish Slaw aka Refrigerator Slaw
Fruit Cocktail Cake
Tomato Soup Cake AKA Soup to Nuts Cake
Homemade Refried Beans in Instant Pot
Russell's Chow Chow Relish (2017 version)
Wacky Cake & Never Fail Fudge Frosting
Mama Mia Love Me Some Spaghetti Sauce!
Judy's Vanilla Wafer Cheesecake
Cornmeal Blueberry Scones
Chicken & Rice Enchilada Casserole
Creamy Chicken Pasta with Homemade Egg Noodles
Tomato Spice Soup
Grandma's Creamy Fruit Salad
Crunchy Oriental Noodle Salad
Grandma Verna's Snickerdoodles!
Black Bottom Vanilla Cream Pie with GingerSnap Crust
Thorey's Red Pepper Jelly
Old Fashioned Peanut Brittle
Short Ribs in Instant Pot
Chicken Noodle Soup
Aunt Frankie's Cream Cheese Chocolate Layer Pie
Louise Spitzer's 9 Minute Microwave Brittle
Old Fashioned Chicken and Dumplings
Best Toffee Ever!
Wacky Cake aka Hurry Up Cake or Crazy Cake
Old Fashioned Butterscotch Pie
My Neighbor's Pea Salad
Chicken Lips (Original Recipe from 1991)
Anna's Danish Puff Pastry
Two Ingredient Strawberry Fluff Fruit Dip
Jerri's Thai Coconut Peanut Chicken
Karen's Caramel Toffee Crunch Cheesecake
Kim's Best Berry Muffins
Zucchini Brownies & Brown Sugar Icing
Homemade BBQ Sauce
Blueberry Cheesecake with Nilla Wafer Crust
Kentucky Pecan Pie
Lavender Blue Lemonade
Puppy Chow a.k.a. Muddy Buddies
Cierra’s 7-layer bean dip
Old Fashioned Goulash!
Peach Custard Pie
Diana's Trifle (My Way)
The Best Guacamole!
Diana's Pineapple Ambrosia aka 5 Cup Salad
The Ultimate Chocolate Cupcakes with Chocolate Creamcheese Frosting
Hot Jezebel Dip/Sauce
Ding Dong Cake (with Ermine Filling and Ganache Frosting)
Egg Foo Young
Baked Apple Butter
Edible Peanut Butter Playdough
Anna's Norwegian Lefse (pronounced Lefsa)
Cathy Montagliani's Pizza Dough
Luscious Lemon Cookies
Muffins That Taste Like Donuts (from Muffin Mania)
Old Fashioned Divinity
Chinese Fried Rice - Wok with Yan style
Barb's Oriental Pork
Instant Pot Beef Stew
Asian Pork Wraps with Slaw
Asian Pork Wraps with Slaw
Sliced Pork Belly with Honey Garlic Sauce
Grandma Phillips' Pumpkin PieI always loved Grandma Phillips pumpkin pies the best and have tried to copy the way she taught me to make them so many years ago.
Buttermilk PancakesEveryone that tries these pancakes raves that they are the best they've ever had!
Grandma Gadberry's Syrup a.k.a. Vanilla or Sweet GravyThis recipe reminds me of both my Great Grandma Gadberry and my Grandma Phillips, and my mother used to make this too for those special breakfasts!
Clam Chowder - New England StyleThis is a yummy and creamy clam chowder! I remember Grandma Phillips used to make this.
Warm German Potato SaladI found this recipe years ago in the Vancouver Sun and it has been a hit every time I've made it. It never fails!
Grand Slam Chicken Pot PieI have made this recipe for years and love it because it only has a top crust to fool with and it comes out crispy and delicious. I got this recipe from Karen Smith's Best of Bridge cookbook when my kids were little!
Apricot Sausage RiceThis is another recipe that I found in a newspaper and have made many times over the years. It never fails to please!
Yorkshire Pudding (a.k.a. Pop-Overs)My family doesn't think it's roast beef dinner without yorkshire pudding! I always serve with roasted potatoes, carrots, and onions all roasted in the same pan.
Bierocks, Beerocks, Berox!You can double the meat/cabbage recipe if feeding more than four people, no one can eat just one! There usually is leftover dough so you can use that to make extras or you can put butter, cinnamon, and sugar on the leftover dough and roll up to make cinnamon buns for desert. (Any bread dough would work for making bierocks, use your favorite recipe or even use frozen.) Some people put grated cheese inside. Really, the sky is the limit. Bierocks also make a great lunch the next day and travel well in a lunch pail. Anyway you make them, these bierocks will be devoured in no time flat!
Elsie's PotatoesMy sister-in-law gave me this recipe a few years ago and it was an instant hit! Very simple to make and oh so tasty! It goes well with any meat dish that doesn't create juice for a gravy.
Mmm...Minestrone!This is a delicious and hearty soup that is soul-warming. Don't forget the fresh parmesan!
Anna's Potluck Layered SaladMy mother-in-law used to make this yummy salad. This is a great salad for a large family dinner because you can make ahead. It is also a good one to take to a potluck because it stays nice and fresh until mixed.
Homemade Stewed TomatoesCathy Montagliani put this recipe in our elementary school cookbook years ago and it is the best! These jars of delicious stewed tomatoes will knock your socks off! They are that good! I am always so disappointed when they are all used up, but it's easy to make another batch. Great in spaghetti or chili or other tomato based sauces.
Louise Spitzer's Jewish Apple CakeI watched my aunt make this cake in 1979 and had to have the recipe. She is now basically famous for her Jewish Apple Cake (at least in our family!) This is a must make!
Authentic Mexican Enchilada SauceThis recipe came from one lady's grandmother who was born and raised in Mexico City and says that the secret is the cocoa. Need I say more!
Italian Seasoning RecipeA wonderful mixture of basil, oregano, parsley, rosemary, marjoram and thyme, these herbs brings out the sweetness of your best tomato sauce! Try it in meatballs or meatloaf, or mix it with melted butter and garlic for a special garlic bread.
Classic Coney Island Chili for Chili DogsChili dogs are just one of those satisfying foods in life!
Chili Seasoning MixMy family loves chili and this spice mix is great to have on hand to make it even quicker to put together a batch!
Best Ever Banana Nut Muffins by Muffin ManiaI made this recipe nearly every morning when my boys were growing up. So easy and so yummy!
Southern-Style Chocolate GravyI love this recipe because it reminds me of my Grandmother's kitchen. Grandma was from Arkansas and she made biscuits & gravy for breakfast quite often, and "if we were good" she promised us Chocolate Gravy! I tested this recipe to see if it turns out the way Grandma's tasted because she never wrote anything down instead she just threw stuff into a pot, and like magic, out came something delicious to eat! Something interesting that I found out is that Chocolate Gravy was a regular item at Elvis Presley's Graceland.
Scalloped Potatoes My WayThis recipe is one of those "got to makes" when baking a ham! It is a tradition in this house. I am not too fussy about how fancy the potatoes go into the pan, but that's on you. You can carefully arrange them, like I did in the past or you can simply toss them into the pan, but remember to keep the layers. Actually, I think I did a "toss it all in" one time and that worked too. Basically, just do as you feel! Arranging the top layer can hide a multitude of sins. Haha.
Zucchini Tomato CasseroleThis is such a tasty side dish. I love it with almost any main meat dish. If you love zucchini, you have to try this recipe!
Amish Slaw aka Refrigerator SlawThis is a great make-ahead slaw, the longer it stands the better it gets. It is easy to make and tastes so clean and good. I goes with any meal!
Peach Cobbler!Peaches just holler Grandma! Picking, peeling, canning, making pies, and cobblers. The memories that this recipe evokes are priceless!
Fruit Cocktail CakeThis is one of those old time favorites that came out of Momma's kitchen, and just the name of the recipe takes me back to another time. This is such a delicious & sweet down home cake that I remember so well. ~Thanks to JustaPinch for the middle layer idea and the photo!
Tomato Soup Cake AKA Soup to Nuts CakeSoup to Nuts Cake was Sharon Phillips' mother and father's favorite! I remember that my mother used to make this cake too only she called it Tomato Soup Cake. It is quick and easy and the ingredients are almost always on hand. If you have self-rising flour you can save a step by mixing the baking soda right into the soup before mixing with the other wet ingredients.
Homemade Refried Beans in Instant PotTry homemade refried beans instead of opening a can. It's easy with an instant pot!
Russell's Chow Chow Relish (2017 version)I remember Great Grandma & Grandpa Gadberry and Grandma & Grandpa Phillips sitting in our dining room among boxes and boxes of fruits & vegetables with their paring knives and chopping utensils going to town on all the produce in preparation for canning. This could be a week long process and among the batches would always be Chow Chow or Green Tomato Relish. At the end of the process, jars and jars of wonderful goodies would line the kitchen counter. The goodness of home canned foods just can't be beat, and the memories that go with them are just plain love! I couldn't ask my dearly departed grandparents for their recipe, but my cousin gave me his that he adapted from his mother Dorthy Gadberry's recipe, and she got hers from her mother Clara Floyd. This might even be where grandma got her recipe because it is very similar. I’m very happy to have Aunt Dorthy’s recipe because my grandma cooked without ever using a recipe or writing down her own. Besides all that, Chow Chow is very tasty and is a Southern favorite and it's great with sausages, pork, and ham, or serve it with hot dogs or burgers. It's also an excellent way to use end-of-the-season green tomatoes.
Wacky Cake & Never Fail Fudge FrostingWacky Cake is surprisingly one of the best cakes I've ever made! It has a wonderful texture and flavor. This is a very old recipe that's been around since my grandmother's time, but I only found it when my kids were little and it is just as easy as using a cake mix. It is a cake that became popular during the depression and war era when eggs and milk were scarce. You can make it in the same pan you mix it in. This was done by mixing all the dry ingredients and placing them directly into the pan and then make three holes to add oil or melted butter in one, vinegar in the second hole, and water in the third hole then mix it all together. You don't even need eggs! All the ingredients are basic staples and so Wacky Cake can be made anytime, and it's just so easy to do! Wacky Cake is a great recipe to use for a birthday cake.
Mama Mia Love Me Some Spaghetti Sauce!I guess it's pretty obvious that I love spaghetti. I just can't understand people who don't! This is the way I make spaghetti and depending on what's available in my fridge or freezer or pantry my spaghetti sauce can sometimes differ a bit in flavor, but it always tastes delicious!
Judy's Vanilla Wafer CheesecakeJudy’s cheesecake has a sturdy bite but isn’t dense. It’s creamy and smooth and has that telltale cheesecake combination of sweetness and a slight tang. The sour cream topping adds another layer of that combo as well as an extra little smooth and silky component. It’s everything a cheesecake should be. From: 12 Tomatoes Recipe Tin Project
Cornmeal Blueberry SconesThis Mid-Western recipe has a bit southern charm with it's hint of lime that really pairs nicely with the blueberries. The cornmeal adds a special something that adds body and texture, but the scones remain unexpectedly light. I fell in love with them the very first bite! Cornmeal Blueberry Scones was generously shared by Michael Joe Gadberry's wife in her Blueberry Cookbook written for her sister who has a blueberry farm.
Chicken & Rice Enchilada CasseroleUsually when I roast a chicken I end up with about half of the chicken leftover and that is what I used in this recipe. You could use more or less or even buy a rotisserie chicken and use that. This recipe is very flexible, swap out the black beans for refried beans, omit the beans all-together, add in some sauteed onion or add in some chopped jalapeno.
Creamy Chicken Pasta with Homemade Egg NoodlesThis recipe was a favorite of Aunt Sharon's. Her mother made this for her as a child. Aunt Sharon tried to get this recipe right for years and this is as close as we could get. For a quick version substitute 1 can Campbell's® Condensed Cream of Chicken and 1 can Cream of Mushroom Soup, plus 1/2 cup milk and use store-bought egg noodles, but you won't know what you're missing if you don't make the noodles yourself!
Hamburger SoupThis soup was entered in my children's elementary school cookbook, twice, with one containing zucchini. I love zucchini, but always left it out because of my kids. I usually chopped everything really small to make it kid-friendly and you can even substitute crushed tomatoes to smooth things out a little bit more, but if you like chunky then go for it. The original recipe is found in Best of Bridge Cookbook (no zucchini) so no wonder it is such a good recipe!
Grandma's Creamy Fruit SaladSo simple and so good, this is one of those recipes that just brings grandma to our table even though she is gone.
Crunchy Oriental Noodle SaladThis recipe has all kinds of names and all kinds of variations. It is also known as Ichiban Salad, Japanese Cabbage Salad, Chinese Noodle Salad etc. That's why I decided to give it my own name! Add whatever you like and make it your own. Use coleslaw mix to make it easier if you like, add cooked edamame or avocado or mango or mandarin oranges for variation, really the possibilities are endless!
Grandma Verna's Snickerdoodles!Just the smell of these baking in the oven makes me smile! I wanted that smell for my kids too and they love these simple yet delicious cookies. The kids also love the name!
Thorey's Red Pepper JellyIt was a real treat to receive a jar of red pepper jelly in our Christmas package most years when my husband's mother was alive. Even when I see a jar on the grocery store shelf, red pepper jelly is one of those things that brings memories of Anna back to me. Red Pepper Jelly is also very good as a quick and simple appetizer, simply spread cream cheese on a cracker or pumpernickel bread slice and top with Red Pepper Jelly, yummy!
Short Ribs in Instant PotVery tender and tasty. This recipe can also be done in a slow-cooker, just Sear the meat on stovetop before putting in crockpot and thicken sauce on a burner.
Chicken Noodle SoupThis light but hearty soup is easy to make and everyone will love it. I use leftover chicken out of the fridge or freezer, but you could also cut corners by buying a rotisserie chicken from the store. The use of fresh veggies is the key to the nice flavor.
Aunt Frankie's Cream Cheese Chocolate Layer PieEvery birthday celebration needs to have Aunt Frankie's pie make an appearance! Some have called it a mud pie or maybe even sex in a pan! Either way, it's a true favorite.
Louise Spitzer's 9 Minute Microwave BrittleI have made peanut brittle for special occasions for many years, but never tried it in the microwave before, but this recipe is so simple it may become my new favorite method.
Old Fashioned Chicken and DumplingsThis homemade chicken and dumplings recipe has been passed down through generations and brings to mind the old-fashioned flavors of Grandma's kitchen.
Wacky Cake aka Hurry Up Cake or Crazy CakeKid love this recipe too! This cake is super simple and easy to make and you always have the ingredients in your cupboards. Wacky Cake may have got its name from the way that it can be mixed right in the pan or because it rises even though it doesn't contain eggs, but rather uses ingredients like baking soda and vinegar for the leavening. Either that, and/or, Wacky Cake originated from the Depression era because of rationing when ingredients like milk, butter and eggs were scarce.
Old Fashioned Butterscotch PieDon't worry too much about using a double boiler, just stir and keep an eye on things.
Broccoli SaladThe first time I tried this salad was from a deli and I knew right there and then that I had to have this recipe!
Anna's Danish Puff PastryThis recipe came from my mother-in-law and Anna's Danish Pastry is so good that you won't believe it! I made this recipe for years myself and it is always a hit.
Jerri's Thai Coconut Peanut ChickenThis recipe found on The Girl Who Ate Everything is very close to the way that Jerri Margaret makes hers.
Karen's Caramel Toffee Crunch CheesecakeKaren made this cheesecake for her son's birthday and it looked so good I could taste it just by looking! She came for coffee and brought me the recipe, but not a piece of her creation, boo! Karen says that she used Twix bars for her topping. Original recipe can be found on Yammie's Noshery.
Kim's Best Berry MuffinsI used the wrong amount of sugar because I, well it's a long story, but let's just say that I got distracted and went for lunch before finishing the recipe because I didn't have sour cream so... well, first of all I was going to change to another recipe before going shopping, but then realized I was also out of eggs so I asked my sister Diana to bring some over for me and then she brought the sour cream too and then we decided to go for lunch and I'd finish the muffins later. Breath in. The first recipe called for more sugar than the second recipe and when I went back after lunch to finish making the muffins I thought that I had already put the smaller portion of sugar into the bowl, but it turns out that I didn't LOL. The moral for me is, remember to check to make sure that all the ingredients are on hand before starting the recipe. Anyways, even with a severely reduced amount sugar they still tasted good! Oh, and also the second recipe called for a streusel topping that I really liked the sound of so I borrowed that. If you want to do it that way, use 1/4 cup flour, 1/4 cup packed brown sugar, 1/4 tsp cinnamon, (but I used 1/2 tsp) and cut 2 Tbsp butter in until crumbly and sprinkle over muffins before baking. Told you it was a long story! I'd like to thank Janice and Michael Joe Gadberry for sending me the Pruett Blueberry Farm Recipe Book from Georgia, one of the top ten blueberry producing states. The plate that I chose for the photo belonged to my beautiful Grandmother Clester Phillips who was born a Gadberry herself!
Zucchini Brownies & Brown Sugar IcingI would have loved recipes handed down from Grandma to Mom to me, but since I don't have any of those I really appreciate receiving these gifts of love from new friends (or should I say long lost distant and now reconnected relatives)! Thanks Laura!
Homemade BBQ SauceI tailor this sauce as time and ingredients allow. Leave out the onions, add montreal steak spice, the sky is the limit! Use your imagination and create your own flair!
Blueberry Cheesecake with Nilla Wafer CrustThis recipe is pretty simple to make and tastes so good!
Kentucky Pecan PieOriginal recipe card by Marilyn Arlette Mays Gascon. She was daughter of Iva Melissa Mae Gadberry Mayes. Marilyn's recipe was handed down to Laura Gascon Ripp who generously shared their family recipe with us for our Phillips/Gadberry Reunion Cookbook. I am thrilled to have this recipe, I've always wanted to make a pecan pie!
Elva's RollsElva's rolls is another family favorite shared by Laura Ripp. This dough would also make fantastic cinnamon rolls, just roll out and top with butter, sugar, and cinnamon then roll up. Yum!
Lavender Blue LemonadeThis is a wonderful variation of the beloved lemonade we love to drink in the summertime!
Steak TacosThese are so delicious and easy! I usually forgo any sides and just serve a couple of tacos each!
Cierra’s 7-layer bean dipYou don’t have to bake this dish but it is super delicious hot or cold. Serve with tortilla chips or whatever kind of chip you might like. My dad always loved this dip, whenever I would make it he would eat half of the dish. I hope you guys enjoy it. Submitted by: "Cierra Wilson"
Old Fashioned Goulash!This hearty favorite is simple and versatile. Diana likes to throw every vegetable in the fridge in there, she says the more veggies the better! I make a version with my leftover chili beans by putting elbow macaroni along with canned or frozen corn. Top with cheese or not. It all works. Yum!
Diana's Trifle (My Way)The picture shows the trifle that I made last week. The recipe is for Diana's trifle, but I ran into snags finding all the ingredients and it turned out beautifully in spite of it all. I had to substitute strawberry jello because my store didn't have peach and I had to use lady fingers because jelly rolls weren't available either. Make sure to allow several hours to prepare because you will need to chill each layer individually. Starting in the morning is a really good idea. P.S. DO NOT use fresh pineapple in jello, it will totally dissolve the jello. Trust me, I had to start over! That is why I don't have the lime jello layer because it melted and the only other package of jello that I had on hand weirdly enough was pineapple. Funny how that worked out.
Diana's Pineapple Ambrosia aka 5 Cup SaladThis oldie recipe is so simple to whip up and the canned ingredients are generally considered a staple in our house and are usually on hand.
Granny CakeThis cake reminds me of Mom's Fruit Cocktail Cake with the nuts in the pour-over topping. Yum!
The Ultimate Chocolate Cupcakes with Chocolate Creamcheese FrostingThis has got to be the best chocolate cupcake ever with it's slightly tangy cheesecake frosting. Yum!
Seafoam SaladI like the lightness of this jello salad and prefer it to my sister's favorite cottage cheese salad! You can use any color jello that you wish.
Hot Jezebel Dip/SauceYou can do any number of things with this sweet and spicy sauce. Traditionally it is served over a block of cream cheese with crackers for dipping. Jezebel sauce also pairs nicely with roasted pork loin or pork chops as a glaze or condiment.
Ding Dong Cake (with Ermine Filling and Ganache Frosting)The three elements of this cake, filling, and frosting work perfectly together to create a dessert that you will never forget.
Egg Foo YoungThis recipe is very adaptable, use what you have on hand or ingredients that you prefer. I like to use a little sherry in with the soy sauce in place of tamari.
Baked Apple ButterThe store-bought apple butter that we had in the kitchen when I was a kid was very dark and spicy. This one is the closest I could find.
Anna's Norwegian Lefse (pronounced Lefsa)Lefse is a humble sort of flatbread that is made from leftover mashed potatoes. Work in a little flour, roll it out flat, and cook it on the stovetop. This makes a thin and soft flatbread that's more substantial than a crêpe but more delicate and chewy than a flour tortilla.
Crackling CornbreadCrunchy cornbread totally reminds me of Grandma Phillips! My mother says that her daddy Vernon made the cornbread though. He put celery and onions in it before baking to use in their cornbread stuffing to serve with roasted turkey. They would also make a batch of biscuits to mix together with the cornbread for the stuffing. Great memories.
Almond RocaThis is more delicious than store-bought Almond Roca. It is so simple to make and never lasts long around my place!
Pecan Tassies!Pecan Tassies are made in a mini muffin pan. This recipe makes 24 tassies. I have a cool little tool that I got from Pampered Chef that looks like a miniature wooden dumb bell with two different balls on each end that I use to shape the dough into cups. If you don't have one of those you can just use your fingers and press the dough into the mini tart pan. These Pecan Tassies are so worth the investment of the pan and the dough shaper! Don't forget to dip the shaper in flour regularly so the dough doesn't stick.
Luscious Lemon CookiesCompliments pour in over this cookie! It is a simple yet wonderful addition to my Christmas repertoire now and is always in demand!
Muffins That Taste Like Donuts (from Muffin Mania)I made this recipe more times than I can count. The ingredients are always on hand, and I love the simplicity of this recipe. The kiddos absolutely love the taste and texture of these donuts, I mean muffins! LOL
Chinese Fried Rice - Wok with Yan style"There are many ways to do fried rice, depending on the kinds of ingredients employed. The specific name is called when a specific kind of ingredient, mostly meat is added to the basic fried rice. Fried rice can be made ahead of time and kept warm in oven. It freezes well in deep freeze too." - Stephen Yan.
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