This meal fed a family during World War II, when meat was rationed and tokens were used. I still get it when I want something different from hamburgers.
This coconut cream pie has been a favorite dessert for decades. I even made several of these pies to serve a threshing crew of 21 men
The Moscow Mule is traditionally served in a copper mug with lots of ice.
I didn't try parsnips until I was well into my 40s, but now I can't get enough of them. This salad is so delicious, I defy your kids to turn their noses up at it.
When we visited the east, my grandmother cooked brown bread. The scent brings back autumnal New England memories.
My joke is that these pancakes are so light you have to hold them down! We make them with freshly milled cornmeal from local festivals when we can.
As a full-time teacher, I only cook from scratch a few nights a week. This slow-cooker soup feeds my family for two evenings.