Sunday, November 24, 2013

Rolled Cookie Recipes in Bird Shapes for the Christmas Holidays

Cookies have been created, prepared and published by gourmets, bakers, cooks, chefs, cooking editors and boys and girls since the beginning of time. Like all of you, I reminisce with household names like Betty Crocker, Ann Pillsbury, Genevieve Callahan and Better Homes and Gardens. Inside old books and magazines and from the land of community cookbooks I turn the pages and find scraps of paper, signatures, arts and cookies by Alfred, Elsa, Blanche, Clara, Sara, Louise, Margaret, Walter, Mary, Muriel and Ruth.

And I follow the history and tradition of long time favorites animal cookies originated from countries like England, Holland and Germany and America. I chose the following holiday cookie sites below for bird lovers. You'll find beautiful shapes like doves, robins and partridges for this Christmas season. The cookies are delicious and decorative and make great gifts for anyone who loves to bake. Shortbread and traditional sugar cookies use the same cookie dough below for your very own holiday shapes.

Enjoy the cookies and try a wonderful Swedish tray to display  them!

The Christmas Swedish tray can display the Tree, the Scottie, the Gingerbread Man, the Bell and the Candy Cane. And the flavors can come from anywhere.
France, Holland, Italy, Spain or Japan. From Grandma's Secret Recipe to Pecan Divinities to Hershey's Kisses, old-fashion or new, we love cookies, not just for their food, but for their energy! They give us gatherings of family and friends, childhood memories and a wonderland called Christmas. They give us love and traditions.

Betty Crocker Cinnamon Cardinals Cookies

Simple Red Bird Christmas Cookies

Woman's Day Baby Bird Cookies

Tiny Bird Sugar Cookies

Martha Stewart Owl Cookies

Bird Shaped Sugar Cookies with Beaks

Country Living Partridge Christmas Cookies

Red Robin and Other Bird Cookies

Two Turtle Dove Cookies

Italian Christmas Dove Cookies

Taste of Home Sugar Dove Cookies Recipe

Dove Shortbread Cookie

Christmas Dove Cookie Recipe from Baked Bree

Cut Out Cookies from Cake Mixes

Owl Sugar Cookies

Japanese Butter Dove Cookie by Nami

Black(berry) Bird Sandwich Cookies  

Cardinal Gingerbread Cookies

Pillsbury Lemon Supreme Mix for Cookies

Dutch speculaas cookies

The sweetest gifts of all - get yourself a "free" cookie recipe from any of the books shown on this page or inside my library. Email -

Merry Christmas, Season's Greetings, Happy Holidays and Happy New Year.

-Dolores Stephenson
the original "Lost Recipes from Old Titles" 

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Lost Holiday Cookie Recipes, Books and Links

Birds of a feather grocery shop, wear big aprons, flour palms, create "Popcorn Trees and Ice Cream Bombes". - Parents Magazines Christmas Holiday Book, 1972...shake tins cans, thumb thru cookbooks, open scraps of paper, celebrate special occasions and nourish souls of families and friends.

Generation after generation we reminisce about our favorite cookie recipes.

"Mama added extra anise!"

"Grandpa Joe made dove cookies two weeks before Christmas".

"Every Christmas Eve, Aunt Louise baked four dozen lace cookies."

Many holiday memories are a of tray of cookies like those on the cover of Borden's Eagle Brand magic Recipes Booklet, 1946 - "Scandanavian Christmas Cookies"

Favorite Holiday Cookie Recipes and Books out preform themselves at cookie websites and blogs:

Betty Crocker's Cooky Book - a Betty Crocker Cookie Book - Old-fashion to Traditional and New

Cappuccino Flats and a Merry Christmas - a Better Homes & Garden Cookie Recipe - Circa 1970

Cherry Blossom Cookies - Better Homes and Gardens Publication

Cookies, Cakes and Pies, Ann Arbor District Library - from Betty Crocker to King Arthur's Flour Cookbooks

Ethel's Sugar Cookies - Homemade Valentine Cookies also for Christmas by Andrea Coventry- Betty Crocker's Picture Cookbook 1956
Source: Pennsylvania Dutch Cook Book - Fine Old Recipes, Culinary Arts Press, 1936.

Have a Look Around of Cookbooks, Cauldrons and Cookbooks - Small Family Owned Bakery Pays Homage to Betty Crockers New Boys and Girls Cookbook

20 Chocolaty Melting Snowmen Cookies - a Better Homes & Garden Adventurous Peanut Butter Cookie

GINGERBREAD MEN recipe inside a community cookbook, Time for Food, is from circa 1952 and fun to make with the kids around the holidays.

...from St. Joseph's Cook Book

Walnut Crescents Recipe
Cream 1 cup of butter; add 1/2 cup confectionary sugar; gradually mix in 2 1/2 sifted flour, 1/2 tsp. baking powder; add 2 cups fine cut nuts and 1 tsp. vanilla; mix well with hand, shape in crescents. Bake 10-20 minutes. When cool, dip in confectionery sugar. Oven 325 degree F.

New England Pecan Pie(4 pies)

9 eggs, 3/8 C flour, 3/4 C butter, 3 C corn syrup, 12 oz pecan halves, 4 t. vanilla, and 1 1/2 C sugar

Beat eggs, add butter, sugar, flour and syrup. Bring mixture to a boil. Remove from fire and stir in pecan halves and vanilla. Pour into pie shells and bake in slow over 275-300 degrees for about 30 minutes. Serve with whipped cream.

-Old Mill Inn Town House, Morristown, NJ 
"Our favorite Pepparkakkor, crisp, spicy, better-than-gingerbread. The quintessential Christmas Cookie and if the Christmas part gives you trouble just use a bird cutter and call ‘em doves of peace."

Sugar Cookies Gathered From 
Around the World - Gotta visit the cookie mama's at this blog.

The Best Cooky of 1935-1940, New England Toll House Chocolate Chip Cookie - Imgur's Recipes

 “Maybe Christmas,” he thought, “doesn’t come from a store. Maybe Christmas . . . perhaps . . . means a little bit more!”- Dr. Seuss 


Friday, January 6, 2012

Best websites for meatball recipes

The perennial favorite -the meatball, never disappoints. It is luscious and comforting. It excites the most mundane eater, satisfies the foodie and challenges the gourmet. Many of the young and inexperienced stop just long enough inside their Nana's kitchens to learn the art of mixing the meat, spinning the balls and simmering the gravy. Amidst Middle Eastern Indians, Swedes and Italians are some of the oldest recipes. While many old meatball recipes have been lost, others have been rescued, borrowed, restored and memorialized. From word of mouth, from books and magazines, from articles and morsels of paper, from hidden jars and diaries to today’s Internet, the meatball recipe is an extravaganza - party appetizer, wedding hors d'oeuvre, cocktail food, street food, festival food, Sunday dinner, heavenly hoagie, classic sub, stew dish and soup. Serve it traditional old-world style or spanking new from a smorgasbord of lavish, rich, delicious recipes found at these helpful sites.

Afghanistan Meatballs
Small servings of spicy, nutty, onion based meatballs for a circle of friends.

Bar-B-Que Flavored Meatballs
Meat Ball Recipe Fixed as an Appetizer
Chris's super bowl meatballs a la bar-b-que with a smoky flavor and made with mustard.

Burgundy Meatballs
From a church cookbook, Favorite Recipes Collected by St. Mary’s Guild.

Chicken and Pork Meatballs with Apricot Sauce
Minced chicken, a blend of garam masala (spices) served with saffron rice.

Chinese Meatballs
Grandfather’s comfort food makes small dime-sized meatballs with ground pork, water chestnuts, soy sauce and Jook white rice.

Cocktail Meatballs
Sweet-and-spicy cocktail meatball sauce, lean ground beef and grape jelly for these classic cocktail meatballs from Betty Crocker.

Curry Balls 90 Year Old Recipe
Hamburger and a little tomato puree, salt and cayenne pepper go a long way in this old recipe.

Fast Fix Meatballs by Michele S.
Ground chuck plus cheddar cheese soup for these fast fix meatballs.

Orecchiette & Mini Turkey Meatballs "
Giada De Laurentis make this "Quick Fix" Meal "kid friendly on the Food Network.

Famous Cook Meatball Recipe
Martha's Chicken Meatballs in Tomato Sauce
Ingredients include chicken thighs, Parmesan cheese.

Finnish Meatballs with Allspice
Sour Cream & Berries Tessa Kiros combines nutmeg, cinnamon and cloves in this Finnish form. Serve with Lingonberry or cranberry jam.

Lara's Cocktail Meatball Recipes
This mother’s holiday, recipe calls for lean ground beef and jellied cranberry sauce.

French Meatballs with Lamb & Prunes
Ground lamb meat, quality prunes, shallots, minced orange zest, 2 organic oranges, plus, served with couscous and Greek-style yogurt.*26+Zucchini/Lamb+and+Prune+Meatballs+%28Boulettes+D%E2%80%99Agneau+Aux+Pruneaux%29

Anna's Amazing Meatballs
Celery & French Onion Soup Serve over buttery hot cooked noodles.

French Meatballs – Konigsberger Klopse
From an authentic family recipe, this blogger combines meat mixture with chopped parsley, paprika, grated lemon rind, lemon juice, grated nutmeg, anchovy paste, salt/pepper, to taste.

Green Meatballs – Keftedes
Yia's family favorite from the village of Kyparissia, served as an appetizer uses ground beef and/or ground lamb seasoned with garlic mint and salt.

Healthier Meatballs
Joseph's Meatballs are healthier, microwaveable, paired with a salad.

Hungarian Meatball
This Hungarian meatball recipe calls for dry red wine and paprika.

Noreen's Turkey Meatballs in a Crockpot
Made with egg whites, season with your own spices or a little bit of cheese.

Indian Meatballs - (kofta)
Magdalene's Meat Ball Curry Indian meatballs features chicken or mutton, optional mint leaves.

Italian Meatballs - Polpette
Grandma Maroni's Meatballs are 100 Years Old and made from ground chuck, Italian parsley flakes, Spanish onion plus more.

Chowhound's Italian
Meatball Recipe with a Wine Pairing Ground chuck, basic tomato sauce, Saint Frances Zinfandel.

Dolores's Meatballs with Chianti Tomato Sauce
Fresh basil, meatloaf mix with Chianti.

Korean Lemongrass
Meatballs with Orange Glaze This recipe by Roy Choi forms a tasty meatball on a stick.

Lebanese Kofta Meatballs
Meat or lamb with big chunks of fruit, pine nuts, plain yogurt.

Lemon Meatballs
Drop these tasty meatballs into a hot soup.

Mexican Meatballs
Meat ball soup with vegetables and rice.

Moroccan Lamb Kefta
Savor this restaurant recipe of lamb meatballs seasoned with olive oil, shallots, cinnamon sticks, chicken stock, Italian parsley and just a few more delicious ingredients.

Russian Meatballs with Sour Cream Sauce
A step-by-step recipe from the Russian Heritage Cookbook, meatballs made with beef, onion, parsley, dill, bread, salt and pepper, sour cream, milk and flour.

Slow Cooker Meatballs Cranberry Meatballs in a Slow Cooker
While mom finishes basting the turkey, guests taste Cranberry Meatballs served from the crock.

Southern Meatballs Cranberry Meatballs
These tasty little meatballs are perfect for a cocktail party or special gathering. For quicker preparation, chop the onion, garlic, and peppers in a food processor.

Spain’s Meatballs
Spanish meatballs often fall under the heading of tapas. Spanish Meatballs (Albondigas) in Tomato Sauce is a popular dish.

Savory Lamb Meatballs
Served with Spanish ham, olives and cheese paired with Tapeña Garnacha, a wine friends can share.

11 Tapas Recipes That Bring Spain to Your Kitchen Spanish Meatballs with a pitcher of sangria for a party

Swedish Meatballs - (k”ttbulle)
Nana’s Swedish Meatballs made from wheat bread, skim milk and sour cream featured with Nutritional Information.

from Chef's Table Ground Beef, corn flakes, Pet evaporated milk.

Elise’s Swedish Meatballs
Loaded with onion these meatballs are filed under appetizer, comfort food and main course.

Sweet & Sour Meatballs
Karen's Sweet & Sour Meatballs are quick and easy to fix or take to that office party Thyme Scented Meatballs Contributor: Kirsten Bergstrom

Tex Mex Meatballs Tex
Mex Meatballs with chunky salsa and shredded cheese perfectly packaged in a pie by Pillsbury.

Ukraine Meatball Bikti
Dill gives the meatballs that Eastern European flavor; pork and beef gives the meatballs a better flavor.

Vietnamese Banh Mi Meatballs
A spicy meatball sandwich recipe for lunch or dinner.

Pork spicy Meatballs from Meatball Shop
Hot cherry pepper juice filled meatball recipe at Rachael Ray’s.

Thursday, January 5, 2012

Lost Meatball Recipes (Family Meatball Dishes)

Whether you are a pork bird, chuck bird, veal bird or hamburger meat bird, comfort foods like meatballs reunite us with our past. Cherished family meatball recipes are kept inside our memory box, often given to us by dear, “Grandma”, “Nana” or “Grannie”. Others are in books or magazines or perhaps tucked away in a safe or diary. And countless family recipes have been restored and saved by worthy projects like blogs, websites and community cookbooks. Lost Recipes from Old Titles hopes you find your Nana’s meatball recipe today or at the very least, a copy that is reminiscent of your favorite meatball recipe.

Sour Meat Balls
2 ½ lb chopped beef
3 link sausage (remove skin)
1 large onion
2 slices bread
1 egg

Brown the meatballs lightly, in fat or oil. Drop meatballs in a gravy sauce. Cover and simmer for 3 hours.
- New Jersey’s Own Cookbook (Mrs. Geiser)

Swedish Meat Balls
1 lb. chopped meat
¾ v. dry bread crumbs
¼ tsp. allspice
½ tsp. salt
1 tsp. cornstarch
¼ c. minced onion
1 egg – slightly beaten
1 c. top milk or cream

Mix ingredients and form into balls size of walnut. Brown lightly, in 2 tablespoons of fat. Remove meat.
To fat, add 2 tablespoons flour, 2 cups boiling water, 2 bullion cubes, 1 cup burgundy wine, salt, kitchen bouquet.
Put balls in sauce, simmer then cover ½ hr. Serve of rice or noodles.
-Time For Food (Mrs. Ferguson)

Lamb Curry Meatballs
1 medium sized onion
1 tablespoon curry
1 tablespoon butter
2 table spoons flour
2 cups tomatoes
1 teaspoon sugar
1 pinch soda
1 cup cooked rice
2 cups lamb

To floured lamb add salt and pepper, curry, onion, sugar, soda, rice. Form balls. Fry in butter or oil.Add 2 cups tomatoes and simmer till done.
-Time For Food (Mrs. Baker)

(Recipe redone for “meatballs”; the original recipe was obtained from an old sea captain who brought it home from India)

Beef Loaf or Meatballs in Mexican Sauce
2 lbs. lean chopped beef
1 tablespoon chopped onion
1 teaspoon pepper
1 tablespoon chopped parsley
1 cup stale Bread crumbs
In oven bake meatballs 10 minutes or until they brown.

Mexican Sauce
¼ cup chopped onion
Diced red and green peppers
¼ cup butter
Beef drippings (optional)
4 tablespoons flour
1 ½ cups stewed tomatoes
1 small can tomato juice

In a saucepan add ingredients finely chopped cook 10 – 20 minutes, season with salt, add meatballs and cook @ 30 minutes.
-Time For Food (Mrs. Minard)

(Recipe redo for meatballs from original Mexican loaf recipe)

Sour Meat Balls
½ lb. ground beef
½ lb. ground pork
2 slices bread (softened in water)
1 raw egg
Salt and pepper

Cook meatballs for ½ in water boiled first for 1 hour with the following ingredients: 1 peeled onion, 1 tablespoon pickling spice. Remove meatballs from heat. Save water for sauce. To liquid add, 1 tablespoon melted butter and 3 tablespoons flour. Stir until thick. Add 1 egg yolk. Remove from stove. Add sour cream and pour over meat balls.
-Time For Food (Mrs. Jagoe)

KEOFTEH (Meat Balls)-Armenian
2 lbs ground hamburger
½ cup boulghour (ground wheat)
5 or 6 medium onions
1 punch parsley
2 tbsps. Shortening
2 ripe or 2 cups canned tomatoes
Salt and pepper to taste

Chop onions very fine. Take small portion of meat and fry with onions in shortening until brown. Take remainder of the ground meat, mix well with wheat, add parsley well chopped and shape into egg-sized pieces. Round in palm of hand, flatten very thin in concave form, and place in each 1 tablespoon of the above mixture. Then bring together the edges, thus enclosing the stuffing securely. When all are ready half fill a deep dish with water. Add tomatoes cut in pieces, bring to boil. Add meat ball after first piercing each one with a fork on the side Season to taste and continue boiling until well done.
-The New Jersey Club Woman American Home COOK BOOK (unknown)

KOTTBOLLAR (Dainty Meat Balls)-Scandinavian
1 lb hamburger
1 medium onion
2 tbsps. Fat
Flour for meat ball frying
Salt and pepper to taste
1 pinch of powdered cloves
2 eggs (1 for dipping meat balls)
½ cup crackers crumbs

Add onion finely chopped which has been fried a light brown in fat to hamburger. Season with salt, pepper and cloves. Add 1 raw egg and cracker crumbs. Mix thoroughly and form into balls the size of a walnut. Dip in egg yolk beaten well, then into flour and fry in fat until deep brown. Add 1 cup water and cook slowly 45 minutes. Watch carefully. Thicken gravy slightly and serve over meat balls.
-the New Jersey Club Woman (Mrs. Koster)

Parslied Meat Balls
1 pound chopped meat
3 tbsp. chopped parsley
2 tbsp. chopped onion
2 tbsp. rice
½ tsp. salt
Few grains pepper
1 small can tomato sauce or soup
Water to hold mixture together
1 cup boiling water

Mix all ingredients, except tomato sauce. Make into balls as big as walnuts. Add tomato sauce and boiling water. Let simmer for 1 hour slowly. Serve hot with vegetables.
-the New Jersey Club Woman (Mrs. Movsesyan)

2 cups cooked macaroni
1 cup cubed ham
½ cup white sauce (seasoned)
2/3 cup bread crumbs (soft)
½ cup milk
1 tsp. salt
½ tsp rosemary
1 medium onion
3 lbs chopped beef (chuck)
4 tbsp. shortening

Combine macaroni, ham, sauce. Then combine meat, crumbs, milk, onion (chopped very fine) and seasoning. Divide into 2 parts. Place 1 portion between waxed paper on bread board. Roll in oblong shape. Remove top paper. Place ½ macaroni mixture in center on meat. Starting at wide edge, roll meat, enclosing filling. Press edges firmly together. Repeat for second roll. Place rolls on racks in uncovered pan. Spread with shortening. Bake in oven 350 degrees for 1 hour. Serves 8.
-the New Jersey Club Woman (Mrs. Lake)

Spaghetti and Meat Balls
1 tsp. parsley
1 ½ lbs. hamburger
1 medium onion
1 tbsp. sweet pepper
2 tsp. tomato sauce
1 tbsp. sweet basil
1 egg
Salt and pepper
½ cup crumbs

Make into balls. Brown in olive oil or fat.

1 large can tomatoes
1 can sauce
1 can tomato paste
2 large onions (chopped)
½ clove garlic
½ sweet pepper (chopped)
Salt and pepper
1 tbsp. basil
½ tsp. chopped meat

Simmer down until thick. Cook 2 lbs. spaghetti until tender. Combine sauce, meat balls, spaghetti.
-the New Jersey Club Woman (Mrs. Beavers)

1 ½ lbs. ground beef
½ lb. ground veal
½ lb. ground pork
2 tablespoons grated onion
Salt and pepper
¾ cup bread crumbs
2 eggs
2 quarts soup stock

Place all ingredients (except stock) in bowl and mix thoroughly with hands. Roll into little balls (size of walnut) and roll in seasoned flour.
Bring 2 quarts of soup stock to a rapid boil and drop in the meat balls. Reduce heat and simmer slowly for about 15 minutes.
Mix 3 tablespoons flour to a paste with cold water and blend into the stock to thicken it. Add 6 thin slice of lemon, simmer 5 minutes and serve hot.
-A World of Good Eating

Meat Balls
2 pounds ground beef or veal
½ lb sausage or salt pork
½ cup chopped onion
¼ cup chopped parsley
1 cup soft bread crumbs
1 cup milk or canned or cooked tomatoes
1 egg, beaten
1 teaspoon salt

Mix all ingredients together thoroughly. (Optional) If salt pork is used, cut into small pieces and fry until lightly browned before adding to the other ingredients. Form mixture into meat balls. Bake 350 degree F. until brown. Then cook in your favorite sauce and simmer 1 ½ to 2 hrs.
-Family fare food management and recipes

1 ½ lbs fresh raw venison
¼ lb. of bacon
1 small onion
1 egg
1 tsp. salt
Pepper to taste

Put the venison, bacon and onion through the food chopper, mix well and add egg and seasoning. Then form into cakes. Roll in flour and fry in frying pan with just enough fat to prevent burning.

1 LB. ground steak
½ cup uncooked rice
Chopped green pepper
1 chopped onion
1 tsp. salt
½ tsp. pepper

Mix steak, rice, onion, salt, green pepper and shape in balls. Roll in flour. Bring tomatoes to a boil. Drop in meat balls. Reduce heat and cook 1 hr. with stirring.
-St. Joseph’s Cook Book

P.S. I also wrote, Best Websites for Meatballs at Helium.

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Cookie Recipes from Christmas Past

Cookie recipes from all over the world are big holiday favorites and published all over the internet. Some lost holiday cookies recipes are tucked inside community cookbooks, brand name cookbooks and Christmas arts and crafts books This year delight someone with a cookie recipe from Christmas past. The cookie list below is from cookbooks I own. If  you see a family cookie recipe you desire, just send a email to and I will forward you a copy of a  "free" recipe.

Pitmoppen, Dutch Butter-Almond Cookies
Teden's lebkuchen (spice cookie)
Christmas Stocking Cookies
Pennsylvania Dutch Sand Tarts
Leckerli, German-Swiss Cookies
Moravian Spice Cookies
Ruth Loevinger's German Filbert "Moon" Cookies
German-Swiss Cinnamon Stars, Zimet Staeme
Swiss Hazelnut or Filbert Cookies
Jumballs, Almond Cookies
Whiskey Snaps
Gumdrop Cookies
Cookies de Guadalupe
Norwegian Serina Cookies
Grybai, Lithuanian Mushroom Cookies
Piparkukan, Pepper Cookies
Mae Gerhard's Gingerbread Angels

German Brown Sugar Spritz (red & green jam)
Finnish Chestnut Fingers (chocolate tips)
Norwegian Berlinekranser (wreath shaped)
Chewy Noels
Santa's Whiskers
Greek Kourabeides
Norweigian Stags Antlers
Norweigian Krumkake
German Pfeffernuesse
Dutch Letterbanket
Italian Crostili
Candy Cane Cookies
Festive Tassles
Almond Filling
Fruit Filling
Holiday Divinity

Gingerbread Cookies
Shortbread (trees, buttons,ornaments)
Chocolate Crinkles
Thumbprint Cookies
Russian Tea Cakes (lemon tea cakes)
Peanut Butter Chocolate Cookies
Holiday Cookie Tarts
Christmas Trees
Peppermint Pinwheels
Ribbon Bar Cookies
Rum-Cashew Biscotti
Almond Bonbons
Minty Middle Treasures
Espresso Thumbprint Cookies
Holiday Melting Moments
Holiday Stars
Magic Window Coolies
Peppermint Swirls
Merry Christmas Fudgies
Candy Cane Cookies
Irish Cream Bars
Lemon Cookie Tarts
Confetti Caramel Bars
Cherry-Almond Triangles
Peppermint BonBon Brownies
Brandy Creme Brulee Bars

Clarita's Butterflies, Mexico
Pepparkakor, Sweden
Speculaas, Holland
Fruitcake Squares, Germany
Kringles, Denmark
Tessie's Almond Crescents, American
Chroschcki, Poland
Rugelach, Israel

Double Delight Bourbon Balls
Christmas Wreaths
Cream Cheese Cookies
Chocolate Cheesecake Chunks
Pecan Triangles

Sugar Santas
Candy Cane Cookies
Swiss Chalets
Chocolate Crispers
Chocolate Chip Merinques
Peanut Butter Balls
Children's Delight (Peanut Butter Oatmeal Drops)

Cutout Cookies
Painted Cookies
Christmas Wreaths
Stained Glass Window Cookies
Gingerbread People
Orange Butter Cookies
Drop Cookies
Cherry Centers
Almond Crescents
Pumpkin Cookies
Brown-Edged Cookies
Monster Peanut Butter Cookies
Chocolate Meringues
Oatmeal Lace Cookies
Pecan Clusters
Anise Drop Cookies
Raisin Pecan Jumbles
Walnut Rocks
Orange Drop Cookies
Coconut Cornflake Cookies
Bar Cookies
Holiday Layer Squares
Fudge Brownies
Pumpkin Shortbread Squares
Chocolate Chip Squares
Hand-Shaped Cookies
Chocolate Teddy Bears
Walnut Cookie Balls
Spicy Chocolate Cookies
Pecan Spice Cookies
Chocolate Chocolate Cookies
Date Walnut Cookies
Chocolate Crackles
Special Cookies
Spritz Cookies
Chocolate Spritz Ribbons
Pecan Pie Cookies
Christmas Fantasy Cookies
Miniature Fruitcakes

Creative Cookies
Hand-Painted Butter Cookies
Christmas Jewels
Almond-Raspberry Bars
Candied Fruit Bards
Jumbo Oatmeal-Peanut Butter Cookies

Granny's Molasses Spice Cookies
Linzer Wreaths
Fruitcake Cookies
Cranberry Pistachio Biscotti
Chocolate-Dipped Snowballs
Gilded Chocolate Shortbread
Gingerbread Cookies
Lacy Ginger Snowflakes
Heavenly Puff Angels (puff pastry using a 5-inch gingerbread girl cutter)
Spicy Nut Meringues

Sugar Cookies
Sand Tarts
Highland Shortbread

Iced Sugar Cookies (make intricate animal shapes)
Honey Lebkuchen
German Butter Cookies
Sugar Cookies Wreath
Gingerbread Cookies Dipped in Chocolate
Butter Cream Cookies with Chestnut Filling
Chocolate Orange Cookies
Bourbon Currant Cookies
Chocolate Charms
Peanut Butter Cookies
Oatmeal Fruit Cookies
Ginger Crinkles
Ne Plus Ultra Cookies
Cassis Crisps
Coconut Almond Cookies
Espresso Shortbread
Polish Tea Cookies (jam centers)
Mocha Almond Cookies
Lemon Cream Cheese Bows
Pistachio Lemon Drops
Black Pepper Cookies
Buttery Pecan Rounds
Biscochitos (animal shaped)
Mazurka with Apricot Topping (orange-flavored liqueur)

Gingerbread People
Royal Icing
Cinnamon Stars
Scottish Yule Bannock

Chocolate Nut Drop Cookies
Orange Crisps
Chocolate Chip Cookie
Lemon Drops
Peanut Butter Cookies
Coconut Cookies...
Molded Cookies, Bar Cookies, Rolled Cookies, Refrigerator Cookies
Party Press Cookies
Spice Sticks
Orange or Lemon Crescents
Nut Twists
Coconut Wreaths
French Tuiles
French Lace Cookies
Lemon Angel Halos (lemon filled)
Cameo Tea Cookies
Almond Delights

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Hungarian Cookie Recipes & Roll Out Cookie Recipes

I tried to locate a lost Hungarian Cookie recipe for a customer today by matching ingredients...Crisco, lemon zest, cream cheese, sour cream with these instructions, "The dough must be refrigerated over night before the roll out and baking the next day."

For those of you who want to make roll out cookies, Hungarian cookies, cream cheese cookies, fruit filled cookies, explore the recipes and websites below or you can email for further information:

Cream Cheese Pastry (filled with nuts and raisins), Mrs. J H Schweinitz
Apricot Turnovers (sprinkled with powdered sugar) Mrs. Alfred Blakeuey
-Time For Food

Horn Nuts (cream cheese, 9 egg yolks, nut filling), Theresa Kannapes
Luscious Cookies (butter, coffee, dark rum, almonds), Mrs. A Barrick
-378 Recipes from Hunterdon's Kitchens plus a recipe you can change up...

Refrigerator Cookies Basic Recipe, author unknown
3/4 cup butter or margarine 1 tsp. vanilla
1 1/2 cups brown sugar 3 cups sifted flour
2 eggs, well beaten 3 tsps. baking powder
1/2 tsp. salt

Cream butter or margarine, add brown sugar, eggs and vanilla. Blend until fluffy.
Add sifted dry ingredients. Mix well. Shape in rolls, wrap in waxed paper, place in refrigerator overnight. Slice thin, place on greased cookie sheet. Bake at 375 degrees for 10 minutes. Yield: 5 dozen cookies.

Nut Cookies - Add 1/2 cup finely chopped nuts.
Fruit Cookies-Add 1/2 cup chopped dates, raisins, figs or mixed nuts.
Lemon Cookies-Omit vanilla, add 1 teaspoon lemon juice, 1 1/2 teaspoon grated lemon rind.
Chocolate Cookies-Add 2 squares melted chocolate.
Coconut Cookies-Add 1 cup shredded coconut.
Spice Cookies-Add 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon, 1/8 teaspoon cloves and 1/2 teaspoon ginger with sifted dry ingredients.
-The New Jersey Club Woman American Home COOK BOOK

Cream Cheese Dreams (chopped almonds), Gladys M. Traendly
-Fun in the Kitchen

BUTTERSCOTCH WHIRLS WITH DATE FILLING (lemon juice, nuts), Fannie Olmstead
-COOK BOOK Come and Get It Favorite Recipes

1 cup butter
a pinch of salt
1 cup cream cheese
orange marmalade
2 cups four
1 tbsp. thick sour cream

Combine butter with cream cheese, salt and thick sour cream. Sift in two cups flour. Mix and knead until quite smooth. Gather up in ball, wrap in wax paper and put in frig for at least 3 hours. (keeps well for several days). Roll very thin and cut in 3-inch squares. Spread with orange marmalade or jam. Bake 20 minutes in rather a hot oven.

Date Walnut Cookies (dates, walnuts, flour), Mrs. R. Allen
-Nanaimo WA Hospital COOK BOOK, 1952

Refrigerator Cookies-Lemon Nut (flour, butter, lemon)
-Today's Woman Cookie Cook Book

CREAM CHEESE REFRIGERATOR COOKIES (butter, cream cheese, yogurt)
-joy of Cooking

2 1/2 cups of flour
1 egg, unbeaten
1 cup margarine
1 tsp. of grated lemon rind
1 tbsp. lemon rind
1 tsp. baking powder
3 ozs. cream cheese
1 cup of sugar

Sift flour, baking powder. Mix margarine with cheese; add sugar; mix thoroughly. Add egg, lemon rind, lemon juice, mix well. Mix in flour mixture. Refrigerate for about 1/2 hr. Heat oven at 375 degree F. Force dough thru star dish of cookie press in form of a circle, onto ungreased cold cookie sheet. Sprindle with plain or colored sugar. Bake for 8 to 10 minutes.
- St. Joseph's Cook Book

Speckled Cookies (nutmeg, peanut butter, walnuts), Zabel Davis
-For Good Cooking, Mercer Medical Center Auxiliary, Trenton NJ

Passover Nut Cookies (butter cake meal,)Doris Friedman
-Tastefully Yours, Brothers of Israel Sisterhood, Trenton NJ

Bishop's Hat (butter, flour, lemon rind, jam), Madeline Gray
-what's COOKING at St. Lukes

Grand Marnier Cookies (chocolate, almonds)
-Entirely Entertaining, Junior League of Montclair NJ

Lacy Hazelnut Cookies (flour, butter, egg whites), Adelina Verdon
-Laces and Ladles, The Lost Art Lacers' Cookbook

Refrigerator Cake (Duncan Hines yellow cake, banana cream) Noreen Richardson
-A Cookbook of Treasures Immaculate Inspirations

Date Nut Refrigerator Cookies (butter, cream of tartar, dates)
-Recipes From My Kitchen Prayer, Immanuel Lutheran Church

RUGELACH (flour, butter, sour cream, fruit filling), Barbara Zaleski
APRICOT CREAM CHEESE COOKIES (Lemon juice, lemon rind, apricot preserves)
Barbara Zaleski
-COOK BOOK Favorite Recipes From Our Best Cooks, page 63

Clifford Tea Cakes (butter, flour, nuts), Mrs. P. Tobiassen
CREAM CHEESE KOLAI PASTRY (cream cheese, butter, eggs yolks, flour), Wilma Golday
-Trinity's Tasty Treats

Almond Cookies (flour, butter Buds, almond extract)

Hungarian Butter Horns Best-Ever Recipe
Grandma's recipe always used sour cream and Crisco!

Hungarian Cream Cheese Cookies With Prune Lekvar



Friday, January 7, 2011

Holiday Food Traditions Library

This is my private collection of American Cookbooks, Celebrity Cookbooks, Community Cookbooks and Holiday Recipes. Need to find a cookbook or recipe email:

A Campbell Cookbook, Cooking with Soup,608 skillet dishes, casseroles, stews, sauces, gravies, dips, soup mates and garnishes… Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Chinese New Year, Valentines Day, St Patrick’s Day, Lent, Easter Sunday, Mother’s Day ….

Addy’s Cook Book, The American Girls Collection, Breakfast, Dinner, Favorite Foods,…fried fish…corn bread…pound cake…1864

All-In-One Oven Meals, by Ruth Bean, 1952,Avocado and Creamed Crab for Four…Striped Bass Dinner for Six…Chicken Italian-Style for Four…Prime Ribs of Beef for Four…Spanish Beef for Four….Ham and Potato in Mustard Sauce for Four….

American Cooking, Foods of the World, 1968, …US Choice: Meat and Poultry…A Delectable Kettle of Fish…The Joy of Baking….black bean soup…baked bourbon-glazed ham…shrimp mousse…Nesselrode Pudding (currants, raisins, dark rum, yolks)…candied chestnuts.

America’s Christmas Heritage by Ruth Cole Kainen, 1969, How Christmas Began – A New American Christmas – Cardamom, Swedish, Julbrod, Kolacky, Limpa, Lucia Buns, Moravian sugar cake, Panettone, Portuguese sweet, Saffron, Swedish, Stollen, White Christmas, Russian….

A Pinch of This A Dash of That, Gooseberry Patch, 2005, Farmhouse Breakfasts…Old-Fashioned Breads…Simmering Soups…Patchwork Salads…Family-style Casseroles…Hometown Main Dishes…Country Sides… …Grandma’s Baked Goods…German Chocolate Pie…Aunt Esther’s Chocolate Chip Cookies…Texas Sheet Cake…Chocolate Refrigerator Cookies…Sweetheart Muffins, Sparta NJ, Brown Sugar French Toast, Sussex NJ, Chicken Salad, High Bridge NJ, Chicken Cacciatora Bayville, NJ….

A Taste of Jersey, Lenape Women’s Club, 1977, …Kosher Pickles…Givech…Rice and Ham Salad…Lazy Bone Stew…Cippino Sauce for Seafood…Ham Roll Ups…Santa Claus Cookies…Daffodil Cake (Easter Cake)…Rinktum Ditty

Better Homes & Gardens Birthdays and family Celebrations, 1963, New Year’s…Valentine…Easter…Halloween… Thanksgiving…Christmas Roast Leg of Lamb…Fried Turkey Pieces…German Lubkuchen…Swedish Spritsar

Better Homes and Gardens Treasury of Christmas Crafts & Foods, 1980, Miniature Eggnog Coffee Cakes, Three Kings’s Ring, Scandinavian Julekaga, Austrian Kugelhof, Ukranian Christmas Doughnuts, Dutch Ollebollen, Finnish Chestnut Fingers, Norwegian Berlinekranser, Greek Kourabiedes, German Pfessemuesse, Italina Crostoll.

Betty Crocker Christmas Cookbook, 2006, Sausage-Cheese Balls Bacon and Swiss Quiche, Crown Roast of Pork with Stuffing Sweet and Spicy Rubbed Ham, Green Beans and Shitake Mushrooms, Gingerbread Cookies, Merry Cherry Biscotti, Chai Spiced Bread, Garlic Bread Wreath….

Betty Crocker’s Guide to Easy Entertaining – How to Have Guests-And Enjoy Them 1959 –
Buffet Dinners- Stuffing Elegante, Washington Cherry Ham Glaze, Stuffed Leg of Lamb, Baked Bean and Sausage Casserole, Squash Continental…Marshmallow Sweet Potatoes….

Betty Crocker Summer Salads & Veggies, 1993, Almond Salad, Quinoa, Basil Salad, Lale Saute, Mango Salad Pork, Ratatouille Salad, Tabbouleh, Tarragon Potato Salad….

Christmas Cookies Avenel Books, 1990, Cut Out, Drop, Bar, Hand-Shaped, Special Cookies

Cocina, Manual de Cocina (Spanish Cookery) Colectivo, 1982, Roscon de Reyes…

Cook Book Favorite Recipes From Our Best Cooks, Bloomingdale NJ, 1968-1985,
Puffed Cheesies, Holiday Fruit Salad, Turkey Meat Balls Oriental, Baked Beans for 35, Copper Pennies, Rugelach, Russian Pound Cake, Crepes Negro, Phil’s Italian Doughnuts

Cooking For The Health Of It, Galil Becker R.D., 1981, …Broccoli Cheese Pie…Noodle Pudding…Holiday Eggnog…Marinated Pork Chops…Spinach Noodle Fettucine…Holiday Cherry Cake…Pumpkin Pie…Chocolate Crinkles…Low Sodium Brownies….

Cupcakes with Wings Recipes by Buhri, Kennedy, Brianna, February 2009.
-Chocolate Truffles, Petits Fours, Mini Moon Pies, Double Chocolate Brownies, Raspberry Cheesecake, Carmel Corn, Cookies “n” Cream Cupcakes

Easy Steps to Gourmet Eating by Julie Habib ,1974, Hors d’Oeuvres-Avocado Stuffed with Shrimp (Belgium) Pat’s Spinakopita (Greek) Shrimp Vinagrette (Italian) Vegetables Chicon Au Gratin (Belgium) Mussels Moules Provencal Scones (English)

EASY COOKING with BRAND NAMES, 1987, A Lorraine Greey Book, 1000 recipes from Campbells, Carnation, Cow Brand, Crisco, Gerber, Green Giant, Grand Mariner, Hellmans, Hersheys, HP Sauce, Hunts, Jello, Knox, Lawrys,Minute Rice, Nescafe, Pillsbury, Toblerone, Real Lemon, Uncle Bens, Wasa, Weetabix

Entirely Entertaining, A Book of Party Menus and Recipes, The Junior League of Montclair, Inc., 1968, Late Sunday Breakfast, Blueberries and Mandarin Oranges, Sausage Quiches, Fried Green Tomatoes, Miniature Danish Pastries Coffee…Sunday Lunch, Bloody Marys or Bull Shots, Sliced Steak Piquante, Sauce Diane, Fabulous Cheese Casserole, Mixed Green Salad with Avocado, Tomatoes, Radishes, Louise’s Apple Fantasy…Fall Tailgate Picnic…Summer Cocktail Party…Second Helpings….

Family fare food management and recipes US Dept of Agriculture , Feb 1950, Main Dishes to Desserts...bacarian cream, brown betty, cobbler, custard…frozen mint.

Favorite Food For Family and Friends, The Woman’s Guild, Central Presbyterian Church, Montclair, NJ 1975, …Sherry Cheese Spread…Maine Fish Chowder…Piquant Crab Casserole…Lazy Way Beef Burgundy…Greek Lamb…Mushroom Casserole…Yugoslavian Vegetables…Lorna’s Angel Salad…Tropical Cheese Cake….

Filippo Berio Mediterranean Cookery, 1995, Fisherman’s Stew, Three Bean Salad, Penne with Fresh Herb Tomato Sauce, Baked Fish Galician Style, Spanish Roasted Pork Loin and Eggplant Puree, Broiled Lamb Chops…Carrot Cake.

Fish Food, 1990 Judith Ann Bosley, Appetizers & Sauces, Sandwiches & Salads, Main Dishes, On the Grill, Fresh Water Fish…”It is low in fat and high in nutrition.”

Food & Wine’s Holiday Favorites, Festive recipes for Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s. ….Parmesan Christmas Trees…Bacalao Gloria….Sweet Potatoes with Cider and Brown Sugar…Pearl Onions in Creamy Onion Sauce…Old-Fashioned Pie Dough….

For Good Cooking – Mercer County Auxiliary Trenton NJ ,1968-87, Appetizers, Artichoke Dip…Meats, Surprise Balls…Vegetables, April Souffle, Breads, Pumpkin Bread…Desserts-Norwegian Apple Pie (No Crust

Ford Treasury of Favorite Recipes from Famous Eating Places, 1950, Broiled Live Maine Lobster, Spaghetti Sicilienne With Clams, Boneless Baked Chicken, New England Pecan Pie, Coconut Cream Chiffon Pie, Swiss Cheese Fondue….

Forum Feasts from Friends of the Forum School, 1968, Waldwick NJ Appetizers to Sweets – Mexican Dip to Yorkshire Pudding (Muffins)

Fun in the Kitchen, A Handbook of Cherished Recipes,, 1949,Entrees, Pineapple-Glazed Baked Smoked Ham Butt…Seafood Luncheon Casserole…Mushrooms A L King…Bridal Salad…Bisque Tortoni…Mashed Banana Cake…Scotch Scones….Feeding a Crowd…Wassail Bowl…Swedish Meat Balls (Serves 50)…Vegetable Jardinière….

Gallery Gourmet Compliments of W B Howe realtors-insurers, 197-, Rosalyn Carter’s Plains Special Cheese Ring, Joan Mondale’s Recipe for Pumpkin Bread, Ed Muskie’s Fish Chowder, Senator Harrison A Williams Favorite Dish….

In the Kitchen with Rosie, Oprah’s Favorite Recipes, by Rosie Daley (NJ author)Pesto Linguine in Fresh Tomato Sauce, Spinach Fettucini with Ginger Chicken, Angel Hair Pasta with Lemon & Garlic, Bow Tie Pasta with Blackened Scallops…Sweet Potato Pie….

Julia and Jacques Cooking at Home 1999, Traditional Gravlax, Leek Soup…Cold Beef Salad a la Parisienne…Do-ahead Seafood Bread… Steamed Lobsters…Chicken Pot Pie….Chocolate Roulade….Apple Tart….

Laces and Ladies, The Lost Art Lacers’ Cookbook, Lost Art Lacers of North Jersey, Newton NJ. Not dated, …Puerto Rican Fish…Turkey Stuffing, Waldorf Style…Chalupas (Ground Beef & Beans on Tortilla)…Arroz con Pollo…Nana’s Wiener Paprikash…Yorkshire Pudding…Muriel’s Quiche Lorraine…Tortellini A La Bancale…Swordfish in Sour Cream…Danish Cucumbers & Onions…Plato Unico-Almuerzo (pumpkin squash…) Great-Aunt Marie’s Arcturus Rolls (a special occasion bread)…Kugel…Jo’s Cake….

Martha Stewart’s Quick Book, 200 easy and elegant recipes, 1983 (signed by author)
Spring…Rack of Baby Lamb…Summer…Halibut with Fennel…Fall…Mussels with Pesto…Tian of Zucchini, Tomatoes and Potatoes…Baked Goat Cheese with Salad… Winter….Kielbasa in Beer & Onions…Fettuccine with Smoked Salmon & Fresh Peas…

Maytag Dutch Oven Gas Range Instruction & Cook Book, 1949, Breads, Cakes, Cookies, Soups, Dinners, Vegetables. Orange Tea Biscuits, Bohemian Coffee Cake, Swedish Cookies, Peach Cobbler, Baked Fish…French Asparagus Tips…

Menus From Many Lands, Algeria,
Tagine (Lamb with raisins and prunes)…American Indian Wild Rice and Venison…Germany…Afternoon Coffee and Yellow Cake…Italy, Dinner for Four, Fettine alla Pizzaiola (veal cutler, pizza style)…Peru, Cazuela, stew….

Miriam B Loo’s Family Favorites Cookbook ,1977, Spring Summer Fall & Winter – Easter Sunday, Fourth July, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve. Holiday Bread…Rosettes…Frozen Lemon Dessert….Orange Sherbet Salad….

Mom n Pop’s Apple Pie 1950’s Cookbook by Barbara Stuart Peterson, Holiday Glazed Chicken…Pop’s Turkey Macaroni Chili…Grandma’s Stuffed Lamb….Grandma’s Special Old-Fashion Succotash…Party Time Angel Food Cake….Xmas Figgy Pudding…Grandma’s Pumpkin Pie…Mom’s Marshmallow Bars

Muffins, Sixty Sweet and Savory Recipes…From Old Favorites to New by Elizabeth Alston, 1985, …Yankee Maple Corn Muffins…Chocolate Orange Muffins…English….

Newman’s Own Cookbook, Paul Newman, 1998, (signed by Joanne Woodward)…Hud’s Molasses-Grilled Pork with Port Wine Sauce…Joanne Woodward’s Sole Cabernet…Hotchner’s Spanish Swordfish…Caramelized East Indian Vegetables…Sockarooni Orange kiss-Me Cake….

New Jersey Association of the Deaf, Inc. Cookbook, 19- ,Sausage & Rice…Ham Patties…Carrot-Pineapple Salad…Jewish Apple Cake….

New Jersey Cookery by David and Gail Trimble, 1963, Apple Snacks…Asparagus and Salmon Mornay…Swedesboro Baked Asparagus…Gloucester Peach Kuchen…Traditional Egg Nog.

New Jersey Fish & Seafood Cookbook, NJ Dept of Agriculture, Scallops with Linguine and Spinach, Swordfish Cake Tokay, Stuffed Flounder with Crabmeat & Mushrooms….

New Jersey’s Own COOKBOOK, Women’s Association of the Elmora Presbyterian Church Elizabeth NJ, First Edition 1949, (handwritten signed recipe book) 400 pages …Cranberry Ice Punch…Blueberry Corn Bread…Norwegian Julikake…French Coffee Cake…Grandma Crane’s Pumpkin Rolls…Toasted Ham Sandwich…Oven Barbecued Spareribs…French Fried Shrimp…Asparagus, Country Style…Baked peas…Baked Stuffed Tomatoes…Greek Festive Cakes…Fried Apples (Good With Sausage)….

Our Favorite Recipes, Ridgewood Methodist Church, 1963 (handwritten) 386 pages,
…German Meatballs…Ham Squares…Turkey Noodle Casserole (for 50 people)…Baked Seafood Casserole…Lincoln Sweet Potatoes…Viennese Browned Rice… Avocado-Grapefrut Salad…Coca Cola Salad…Angle Pie…Golden Puffs…For Men Only…Baked Mussels Hors d’ueuvres…Swedish Coffee Cake….It’s Christmas Time…...Canape…Peroche…Holly Wreaths…Noel Nut Balls…Biscohitoo…Pfeffernussen….

Pot Pies, Forty Savory Suppers, Ojakangas, Beatrice, 1993, Cheese and Chile Pie…Ratatouille Pie…Moroccan Chicken Pie…Shrimp Pie with Dilled Havarti and Roasted Peppers…Flemish Beef Pie Carbonnades…French Easter Pie…Cornmeal Pastry.

Prevention’s Meals That Heal Cookbook, 1992, Sweet Potato Casserole, Flounder with Mustard and Thyme, Cheesecake Tart, Easy Frozen Yogurt….

Recipes from First Presbyterian Church, Vineland NJ, …Sparkling Cranberry Drink…Scandinavian Salad…Copper Pennies…Mazetti…Sausage Scramble…Aunt Lelia’s Coffee Cake…Orangeenkuchen-Orange Cake…Honey Dressing….

Recipes from First Presbyterian Church Vineland, NJ 125th Anniversary 1988-1989,
Appetizers…Sparkling Cranberry Drink…Vegetables…Stuffed Leaves…Cakes and Cookies, Pumpkin Squares…Zuccarini with Ricotta….

Recipes from Immanuel Lutheran Church, My Kitchen Prayer…Oatmeal French Bread…Holly Drop Cookies…Quick Fudge Frosting…Chocolate Angel Delight…Creole Round Steak Roll…Fisherman’s Dinner…Cranberry Salad…Yam Pineapple Bake….

Rosary – Altar Society Cook Book , St. Catharine’s Church, Holmdel NJ,
Bourban Punch, Mulled Cider, Old-Fashioned Eggnog, Spiced Tea, …Making Doughnuts… …Kalacs of Nut Rolls…Clams Oregano…Pot Roast-German Style…Csoroge….

Sharing Our Best From Our Oven to Yours From Your YMCA Fitness Staff Red Bank NJ, 1978, Appetizers – E-Z Hot Buffalo Wings, Meats, Stuffed Cabbage, Vegetables, Almond String Beans, Breads, Pumpkin Muffins, Dessert, Holiday Jell-O to Hot Christmas Punch

Six Ingredients or Less Cooking Light & Healthy by Carlean Johnson,1992, …Angel Cake Desserts to Fish, Meat, Pasta, Salad Dressings, Sandwiches to Yams….

Specialty Breads and Basic Sweet Doughs, Tested Formulas, The Borden Food Products Co, 1952, Homemade White Pan Bread, 100% Whole Wheat Bread, American Rye, Garrison Bread, De Luxe Raisin Bread, Sweet Dough for cinnamon rolls, coffee cake…English Cottage Loaf, Holland Dutch Loaf …Irish Raisin Bread…Vienna Bread…

St. Joseph’s Cook Book – Sisters of St. Joseph of Newark, Jersey City NJ – 19--,
Salmon Salad, Pork Chops, Sweet Potatoes and Apples, Harvard Beets, Miracle Cake, Spritz Gebackenes….Dishes from faraway places, “Roshky” or “Horns”.

Talking with My Mouth Full – Crab Cakes, Bundt Cakes, and other Kitchen Stories by Bonny Wolf, …regional specialties, Amish Cuisine, Baltimore, Minnesota, New Orleans, Smith Island, Maryland….

TAPAS The Little Dishes of Spain, Penelope Casas, 1989, Tapas in sauce, pates, with bread or pastry, with last-minute preparation….

Tastefully Yours Brothes of Israel Sisterhood Trenton, NJ, Krepach…Oven Braised Short Ribs…Cheese Blintzes…Weequahic Salad…Hamantaschen…Passover Cookies….

Tewksbury Treasures A Culinary Collection, The Women’s Club of Tewksbury, 1986,
Salads and Dressings, Pasta, Potatoes, Rice & Vegetables, Meats, Seafood, Brunch N Lunch, Bread, Desserts, Sundries and Potpourri…Hors D’Oeuvres, Gougere…Cucumber Pinwheel Sandwiches…Tortellini Alfredo with Peas and Prosciutto…French Herbed Chicken…Easy Lamb Stew…Budapest Pork…Baked Scrod Garden-Style..Eggs Espanol…Swedish Sponge Cake with Peaches…Black Forest Cherry Cake…Wine Jelly….Christmas Cookies (old recipe)…Wassail…May Wine…Champagne Punch….

The Co-op Low Cost Cookbook - Consumers Cooperative Berkeley Inc., 1965, Eggs, Seafood, Poultry, Beef, Lamb, Pork Meats, Beans, Arab Casserole-Veal

The Cooking of Spain and Portugal, Foods of the World, 1969, Cocido Madrileno (one pot soup, vegetables, meats) Churros Madrilenos (Crisp-Fried Crullers) Fabada Asturiana, (Bean Soup With Sausages) Bacalbau a Gomes de Sa (Salt Cod with Potatoes, Onions and Black Olives, Oves Moles (Egg Yolk Icing)….

The Best of AMISH Cooking, Phyllis Pellman Good, 2001, Mainstays, One-Pot Dishes, Meats, Salads, Vegetables, Pies, Breads, Pies, Cookies, Beverages….

The Best of Martha Stewart Living Holidays, 1993, recipes, gifts, decorations thanksgiving and Christmas…Quail with Brussels…Antique Apples…Honey Lebkuchen…German Butter Cookies…Biscochitos…Mazurka with Apricot Topping…Wild Mushroom and Leek Beggar’s Purses…Linzer Dough…New Year’s Eve…Basil Pasta…Brandy Snap Cups….

The Complete Book of Coffee by Harry Rolnick, 1982, …Café Diable…Biscuit Coffee…Iced Coffee Ole…Autumn Coffee….

The Glamour after Five Cookbooks, 1952, January, Pork Chops with Bananas…March, Orange Marmalade Baked Ham…July, Andalusia Lamb…November…Flounder Maundered…December, Mexican Beef w. Olives…Chicken Provencal…Fiesta Fruit….

The Good Housekeeping Illustrated COOKBOOK, 1980, Appetizers, Soups, Main Dishes, Vegetables, Yeast Breads, Pies & Desserts, Eggs, Fish, Meat & Poultry, Sandwiches, Beverages, Useful Information

The Holiday Cookbook by Louise Stallard, 1992, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Chanukah, New Year’s…Halloween Melba Toast - Boxing Day Deviled Beef Bones

The International Cook – Campbell Soup, 1980, Eggplant Relish…Arroz con Pollo...Gambas al Ajillo…Pistou…German Spatzle…

The Martha Stewart Living Cookbook The Original Classics, 2000 Beans Five Salad…Beef & Asparagus Negamaki…Black Beans Cuban…Bruschetta Goat Cheese…Chicken Ragout Spring…Clams Saffron and Shellfish Riscotti…Cornmeal Confetti Cornbread…

The Mediterranean Diet – Wine, Pasta, Olive Oil, and Long Healthy Life by Carol and Malcolm McConnell, 1987, … Appetizers, Taramosalata (Greeks & Turks) Stuffed Mussels (Turkey) Pasta E Fagioli (Italian Pasta & Bean Soup) Beans & Sausage Casserole…Turkish –Style Beet Salad…Ratatouille….

The Monticello Cookbook, Richmond VA., 1950, …Christmas Rum Punch, Roquefort Puffs…An Old Family Recipe for “Lightning” Cornbread…Summer Gumbo…Risotto Piedmontese…Crab Flakes au Gratin…Veal Altrocchi…”Sticky Tomatoes”…A Sauce for Fish…Woodford Pudding…Date Roll…Canadian Orange Cake…Mrs. Doremus’ Rum Cakes…Peanut Brittle…Grape Conserve…Yellow Cabbage Pickle….

The Natural Foods Cookbook by Beatrice Trum Hunter, 1961, …Spreads, Crackers, Beverages, Salads, Soups, Vegetables, Muscle Meats, Organ Meats, Sea Food, Fowl and Stuffing, Eggs, Cheese, Nut Entrees, Grains, Sprouts, Breads, Desserts, Cakes, Cookie, Pastries, Confections, Relishes.

The New Jersey Club Woman American Home Cook Book, 1948, Appetizers, Spiced Cider…Luncheon and Supper, Spanish Rice…Fish Cakes….Hot Cross Buns…Cardinal Salad…Banana Cup Cakes, Swedish Butter Cookies, Anise Platzchen (Cakes), Foreign Lands. Ruz-Be-Sheria (Rice and Noodles), Dios Torte (Nut Cake) Hungarian, Lasagna Inbuttito, Italian, Zambione, Italian, Orange Sauce.

The Spanish Cookbook by Barbara Norman, 1969, Fried Appetizers, Clams, Mussel, Shrimp….Empanadillas, Small stuffed pastries like pies…seafood Paella, rice dish…Loin of pork with onions in white wine…spongecake….

The What’s Cooking? Cookbook from Modern Home Products-Antioch, Illinois, …Glazed Spareribs…Baked Apples…Crab Cakes…Tuna Cheese Snacks.

Time for Food Cooking Suggestions Sponsored by the Woman’s Auxiliary of the Hackensack Hospital, Hackensack NJ, 1952, (handwritten, 386 pages)Refrescos de Frutas, Fillet of Sole East Indian, Poulet Grandere, Chili Con Carne, Christmas Pie, Angel Pie, French Pie, English Syllabub, Rice Ring, 2 Gal Egg Nog….

Treasured Greek Recipes St. George Greek Orthodox Church Piscataway, NJ, 1976-1999
Thanksgiving, Christmas Dinner, Easter, Amigthalota to Zucchini

Trinity’s Tasty Treats, Teaneck NJ, Appetizer Tray…pecan halves with cream cheese spread…stalks of celery filled…stuffed olives put together with a cube of “Old English” cheddar cheese…tiny pickled onions…crisp potato chips…Vetkock…Soster Kage….

Weight Watchers Quick Start Program Cookbook by Jean Nidetch, 1984,
...Coleslaw with Yogurt Dressing…Baked Cod Livornese…Chicken Schnitzel…Veal Chili…Anise Rusks…Open Faced Ham Salad Sandwiches….Quick Franks & Kraut….

What’s Cooking at St.Lukes, Montclair NJ,
Tidbits, Crabmeat (Hot)…Cheese Biscuits…Spanish Cream Spread…Fish…Scallop Casserole…Meat…Roman Goulash…Poultry…Baked Chicken Custard…Vegetables and Sauces…Clementines Risotto…Desserts…French Wine Custard…Pumpkin Pudding…Date Nut Roll….

250 Ways to Serve Fresh Vegetables, Associate Editors Culinary Arts Institute, 1952, Artichokes, Beans, Beets, Broccoli, Cabbage, Carrots, Corn…Dasheen, Egglplant… Fennel, Kale, Kohlrabi…Mushrooms, Peas, Peppers…Pimentos, Radishes, Salskify, Sauces, Spinach, Squash, Swiss Chard…Vegetables Combinations…Vegetable Marrow….Zucchini

378 Recipes From Hunter don’s Kitchens, Compounded of Traditional American Goodness and International Flavor, Quakertown NJ, 1953, Christmas Cooking, French Yule Ham…Christmas Cookies…Parties, Foreign Flavors, Chinese Dinner for Eight… Norwegian Boneless Birds…The Game Bag, Family Fare, Sugar and Spice, Sweets and Desserts…Children’s Sponge Cake…Lemon Marshmallow Cookies…Olive’s Cookies…