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Darla DeKam

This dressing is very good for lettuce or potato salad.

Chop and mix together:

  • 1/2 head cabbage (or part red cabbage)
  • grated carrots
  • 3-4 green onions

Prepare the dressing and pour over:

  • 3 Tbsp. sugar
  • 3 Tbsp. vinegar
  • 1/2 cup oil
  • 1/4 tsp. pepper
  • dash of salt
  • 1 pkg. Chicken Ramen Noodles seasoning

Just before serving crumble over top:

This recipe is from the wife of one of my bosses.  It tastes good on hot summer days.

This recipe looked really good on the glossy magazine page where we found it pictured and also tasted really good when we tried it in our kitchen.

This is the Hodnefield way of preserving corn.  It has a good sweet flavor and when eaten in the middle of winter, almost seems as good as fresh.

Mom and I love main dishes loaded with lots of vegetables.  We served this for supper when Dawn, Rachel, Jon, and Erika visited our house in celebration of Gert’s birthday.

I first made these the morning of a Calvinette slumber party.  Even in the dawning hours of a new day following a sleepless night, they were a big hit.

This is a nice, moist bread.

Banana Bread is often served at Sunday morning lunches at mom’s house.  This bread stays moist.  Really ripe bananas give the best taste.  We often bake this in soup cans (fill about 2/3 full) for a more rounded effect.

Puffed Wheats definitely taste better when something is added to them.  This recipe was a staple in our house before we started making Rice Krispie bars.

Going through our bar recipe files makes me hungry for some of the "old standbys" which we haven’t used for some time.  Here is one that easily makes a big batch (it makes two 9x13 pans).

When you are in a “Dutch” mood, here is an easy recipe.

I guess the chocolate chips are what gave this recipe its name.  Our recipe came from Gert.

We found this recipe in the Western cookbook and immediately liked it because it has a great almond taste without the hassle of rolling crust as for traditional almond patties.