This key recipe I learned before the arrival of my precious Betty Crocker cookbook. White sauce, roux, whatever you call it can be the basis for so many recipes. My mom taught me how to make macaroni and cheese using this white sauce, which surprisingly takes about the same amount of time as opening a… Continue reading One basic white sauce for a variety of recipes and creamy sauces.
There are hundreds of different variations to potato salad but today I'll be sharing one specifically from my Betty Crocker Picture Cookbook; part of the cooking-through challenge. Interestingly enough, the French Dressing I just happened to try a few weeks ago, so it was quite easy to whip up a batch. Potato salad is such… Continue reading Betty Crocker’s potato salad & what we ate for dinner
Last week, for the cooking-through challenge, I shared Betty's version of the basic green salad. Of course every salad needs a dressing and as I was looking through this section of the Betty Crocker Picture Cookbook (my book for the challenge), I thought, why not try the recipe on page 335 for French Dressing. Typically,… Continue reading The perfect salad topper – It’s as simple as French Dressing!
As I am cooking my way through the "Salads" category this month, I thought why not go back to the basics. Today I am preparing a green salad just as Betty Crocker suggests. Although she states, "There can always be a salad", meaning just by glancing in your refrigerator, cupboard, or garden, will convince you… Continue reading Basic Green Salad – “There can always be a salad!”
I am thrilled to share my first recipe in Mary's Chaotic Cooking-Through Challenge! If you aren't quite sure what I am talking about, you can read all about it here. Basically, she choose's a category each month and we have to cook or bake recipes from that category for the entire month. The amount we… Continue reading My first recipe in the Chaotic Cooking-Through Challenge! (Fancy Chicken Salad)