Mashed Potato Pancakes


Mashed Potato Pancakes reminds me of days gone by when my Dad would make these.

We gobbled them up!

I “healthified” them by replacing the white flour with oat bran.

You can find the recipe for Braised Pork Chops and Sweet Potatoes here.


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Braised Pork Chops and Sweet Potatoes



If you could only own one cookbook which would it be?

Back in 1983 a very dear high school friend had given me a wonderful gift for Christmas.

The Fannie Farmer Cookbook.

I would be lost without it!

It contains many recipes: from the very basics of cooking to game meat to fancy desserts.

I use the recipes within the pages of Ms. Farmer’s cookbook as a starting point for mine.

I love incorporating my own special touch according to the likes and dislikes of my family.

I Make It My Own!

Here is how I made Braised Pork Chops and Sweet Potatoes. So easy! 
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Basic French Toast

french toast

 


This is a nutritious breakfast and a great way to use up some extra eggs in the fridge or bread in the pantry going stale!

MAKE IT YOUR OWN by using homemade day old bread or any bread your family enjoys.

My family seems to believe wheat bread is dry-it absorbs the egg mixture well.

An easy way to get them to eat wheat bread.


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Corn Meal Mush

corn meal mush

 

 

 Corn Meal Mush

 

My father used to make this for us kids

just as his mother used to make it for him and his brothers in days gone by.

It is simple and delicious. Breakfast or dinner. Anytime.


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