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Showing posts with label ham. Show all posts

Pennsylvania Dutch Noodle Casserole from author Cleo Coyle

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While growing up in Pennsylvania, my husband and I both traveled many times through Lancaster County, which is traditional Pennsylvania Dutch country. 

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This plain yet delicious casserole was common in our families. Our mothers made different versions. Now we make our own, and that's what we're sharing with you today. Because, as the Amish proverb says...



So let's get cookin'!

Mysteries of Pittsburgh: How to Make a BBQ Chipped Ham Sandwich by Cleo Coyle

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My husband and I grew up on chipped ham sandwiches, a regional favorite in the Western Pennsylvania area where we (and Clare Cosi, our famous amateur sleuth) were born and raised. The "chipping" or shaving of deli ham is an excellent way to make a less expensive brand of ham more tasty. 
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Italian Easter Pie Palmiers: Little Heart-Shaped Quiches by Cleo Coyle

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Every year at Pasqua, my beloved Aunt Mary would make her Easter Pie. This rustic pie was amazing to me because it was so satisfying yet so simple. She called it a pizza, but Americans would recognize it as closer to a white calzone.

I recreated the taste of her pie for this very special recipe of Little Heart-Shaped Quiches. aka Italian Easter Pie Palmiers. To get the recipe, scroll down or hit the read more link below...








Ham Salad: A Great Use for Leftover Holiday Ham by Cleo Coyle

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Ham Salad made fresh is absolutely delicious. Yes, it's a little old fashioned, but sometimes the old recipes are the best, especially with new twists. My husband and I like to eat our ham salad on water crackers with slices of jalapeno and oil-cured olives. Frankly, it's good enough to feed guests with a glass of wine or champagne. Just call it "American Pate" and serve it with a little smile. To download our recipe now in a free PDF, click here

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Italian Easter Pie Palmiers: Little Heart-Shaped Quiches by Cleo Coyle

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To download this recipe
in a free PDF,
 click here.
Every year at Pasqua, my beloved Aunt Mary would make her Easter Pie. This rustic pie was amazing to me because it was so satisfying yet so simple. She called it a pizza, but Americans would recognize it as closer to a white calzone.

I recreated the taste of her pie for this very special recipe of Little Heart-Shaped Quiches. aka Italian Easter Pie Palmiers. To get the recipe, scroll down or hit the read more link below...