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Various stories of how the salad was invented exist. One says that it came about in the 1930s at the Hollywood Brown Derby restaurant, where it became a signature dish. It is named for the restaurant's owner, Robert Howard Cobb. Stories vary as to whether the salad was invented by Cobb or by his chef, Chuck Wilson. The legend is that Cobb had not eaten until near midnight, and so he mixed together leftovers he found in the kitchen, along with some bacon cooked by the line cook, and tossed it with their French dressing.
Chicken Tips: Bake or boil a whole chicken or get a rotisserie chicken. Extract the meat removing the skin and bones. Cube the Chicken.
Michelle Obama served this recipe to cast of The View when made a guest appearance. Blackberries are just one of the ingredients White House Pastry Chef Bill Yosses gets from the Presidential garden. See the recipe for the Blackberry Buttermilk Bundt Cake with Orange Glaze.
Teresa Bryant is a wife, a mom of two little ones and a fabulous cook. This recipe is Mrs. Bryant's favorite crabcake recipe. Originally from the Maryland/ DC area, she knows a thing or two about crabcakes.
Hogates was a part of Washington DC local history. It closed in 2001 after 63 years of business. This recipe was posted in the Washington Post. MCCN Fan Teresa Bryant insisted that we post this recipe. She scanned the clipping and shared the recipe with us. She has delectable memories.
This recipe is donated from a family with origins in Puebla, Mexico.
Try this early Girl Scout Cookie® recipe! Courtesy of Girlscouts.org
In the mid-1700s, German Protestant settlers in the Nazareth area of Pennsylvania created a sugar cookie recipe called the Nazareth Sugar Cookie.Sugar cookies probably derived from an earlier, unleavened cookie called a jumble. In North America, sugar cookies are popular during the holidays of Christmas and Halloween.
My good friend Kaye Gibson is the lady at church that when she sets out her dish then you know it will be gone in a matter of minutes. Her reputation for good Southern Style Cooking is quite impressive from Sour Cream Pound Cake to Chess pie. Now she gives us some chocolate decadence with this Texas 20 Minute Sheet Cake Recipe:
Visiting my grandparents in the southern United States, I could count on trying something new to me. Living in New York allowed me to taste foods of other cultures, but going down south introduced me to family recipes and traditions. The Sweet Potato Jack is one of them. This is not the family recipe but I am pretty impressed with Foodnipps.com interpretation of the recipe. Growing up, our version was fried but in the much later years of my life, my grandmother became advocate of baking them.
A few years I got the opportunity to interview Patrick and Gina Neely of the Food Network and we talked about a variety of things. Among the recipes mentioned, was creamed collard greens. I tried this recipe and it has been a winner for me. It puts a spin on the classic African American preparation of collards and gives a robust earthy taste to what would be the typical creamed spinach.
The name "Bloody Mary" is associated with a number of historical figures—particularly Queen Mary I of England. However, it was created in the United States.
Cobblers are an American deep-dish fruit dessert or pie with a thick crust (usually a biscuit crust) and a fruit filling (such as peaches, apples, berries). Some versions are enclosed in the crust, while others have a drop-biscuit or crumb topping.This recipe for Peach Cobbler comes from Rebekah Lewis of Pasadena, California.
Every I throw a Garden Party and every the items which must be on the menu are Martino's teacakes, moist and delicious heavenly confections. Martino's has been around for decades and is located in Burbank. In an effort to duplicate the recipe, my friend Ann Jones provided me with a recipe that she hears is pretty close in the results in flavor and texture.
Having a family gathering and trying to think of what to serve? Turn dinner into an event when you serve up Frogmore Stew. Frogmore stew (also known as Beaufort Stew and Low-Country boil), is a staple of South Carolina and is popular in many Southern states. It gets its name from the very small town of St. Helena Island, which has the mailing address of Frogmore.
The history behind this dish is uncertain. Some people credit its invention to local shrimpers who would use whatever ingredients they had to throw together a meal. Others attribute the recipe to Richard Gay (owner of the Gay Seafood company), who is said to have prepared a cookout of leftovers for his coworkers and later bringing the recipe back to his hometown of Frogmore where he sold it and all of the ingredients necessary to make it.
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