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Margaret Button writes: "The family cookie baking began the year my husband and I got married. We used a recipe a college friend had shared with me and gave the cookies to family members to enjoy. It expanded when we had our son. This year was my grandson’s first session."
For me, the flavors of fall are apples and cinnamon. There is nothing like biting into a crisp apple just picked from the tree — or those same apples baked into a pie and topped with vanilla ice cream.
Food columnist Margaret Button writes, "A little while ago, one of my favorite customers asked me if I had a recipe for 'ragu of beef.'"
Now that the days are getting shorter and the nights are getting cooler, columnist Margaret Button finds she's craving comfort food — hearty stews, chili, soups and, oddly enough, her homemade hamburger noodle skillet dish.
No seashore vacation is complete without days at the beach and plenty of seafood. I had my fill of sea scallops, sampled some outstanding lobster and tried clams. However, it was a shrimp scampi my friend, Rich, made at the campground that won the seafood honors for the vacation.
A friend sent me this recipe a while ago. It's my new go-to cake. You can pair any flavor cake with any flavor pie filling. My friend's favorite is chocolate cake with cherry pie filling.
In anticipation of a good harvest, food columnist Margaret Button browsed through her recipes before deciding on Ree Drummond’s recipe for Zucchini Lasagna. But she looked the other morning and the plant was down to its stalks and blossoms. What is eating her zucchini plant?
I picked up a recipe for Amish sugar cookies decades ago on a trip to Penn Dutch country. I think it came from a motel we stayed at and I managed to talk the owner, who was really Mennonite, into sharing it. The cookies are everything I want in a sugar cookie — soft, a bit chewy and buttery.
If the ingredients for this easy lemon pudding recipe aren't on your shopping list, add them now.
Many of the recipes I now turn to are the ones that can be easily made — and easily frozen. Two of my recent favs are a two-ingredient pumpkin cake that I found in my recipe box and a four-ingredient coconut macaroon that came from my daughter-in-law’s mother.