Tiny Hot Biscuits

Recipe for Tiny Hot Biscuits Old-fashioned tea biscuits taste best straight from the oven. Prepare the dough the day before and refrigerate. In just minutes on the day of your party, you can present freshly baked, dainty biscuits I must confess I love bread and almost all bread products. In spite of this I have […]

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Herbed Egg Ring with Green Pea Salad

Recipe for Herbed Egg Ring with Green Pea Salad This flavorful Egg Salad in a ring mould with the centre filled with Green Pea Salad is a colorful accompaniment to an Easter ham. Your family and guests will be very impressed with your efforts. Herbed Egg Ring INGREDIENTS for Herbed Egg Ring 1 envelope Unflavored […]

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Grapefruit Spritzers

Recipe for Grapefruit Spritzers Have a pitcher of these refreshing grapefruit spritzers ready to give your guests an “eye-opening” welcome. If you want a non-alcoholic beverage you can substitute a bottle of ginger ale. Many recipes for grapefruit spritzers combine the grapefruit with oranges and use a juice that is combined with oranges such as […]

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Mustard Sauce

Recipe for Mustard Sauce This mustard sauce is a natural with ham and will keep for several weeks in a covered jar in the refrigerator. I love the taste of mustard sauce with ham and at Christmas time we make another mustard sauce that has pineapple of glazed cherries in it. This mustard sauce is […]

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Scalloped Potatoes

Making scalloped potatoes is another of those techniques that is one of feel and experience. As a result I think it always hard to give a definite recipe with exact quantities. In our family I always make these scalloped potatoes for Christmas Eve and Easter dinners. The system that I use is one I learnt from my Mother. Sometimes they turn out beautifully and sometimes I wish that they were somewhat different. However they always taste great.

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