S: A Collection of Favorite Family Recipes
1: This Cookbook is inspired by all of the talented cooks in the family.
2: 1 loaf French bread (13 to 16 ounces) 8 large eggs 2 cups half-n-half 1 cup milk Praline Topping- 2 Tablespoons granulated sugar recipe follows on 1 teaspoon vanilla extract back... 1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg Dash salt Maple syrup | 350 degrees | 40min. | 6-8 servings | Trevor and Nana, 1983 | Mom/ Crystal Evans Baked French Toast with Praline Topping
3: Mom/ | c Crystal Evans | Baked French Toast with Praline Topping | Praline Topping: 1/2 pound (2 sticks) butter | 1 cup packed brown sugar | 1 cup chopped pecans | 2 tablespoons light corn syrup | 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon | 1/2 teaspoon ground nutmeg | Combine all ingredients in a medium bowl and blend well. | This was one of Trevor's favorite breakfast recipes. We used to make it at the lake. He actually gave me the recipe.
4: Mom/Crystal Evans | Goulash | 1-2 pounds ground beef | stovetop | 45min. | 8-10 | green beans (frozen or canned) | 1 bag baby carrots | 2 or 3 potatoes cubed | corn (frozen or canned) | 1 pkg. elbow macaroni | 2 small or 1 large can tomato sauce | 3-4 bay leaves | garlic, salt and pepper to taste
5: Goulash was Tyler's favorite meal. I made it every Halloween and would invite friends and family over to eat and go "trick-or-treating." Such fun memories!!! | GOULASH
9: This was one of the first recipes mom gave me when Keith and I got married. I called her from Conway asking for a simple recipe I could make. | This recipe was handwritten by Sharron Henry in 1982. | Three Generations-- Frances Quoss (MaMa), Sharron Henry (Mom), Crystal Henry
10: Mama's Custard-- Kellie and I love this custard!
13: This recipe was for Herman Bread. I make some every Christmas. Usually we make toast with it Christmas morning and even give it as gifts to friends and family.
14: The first Thanksgiving I cooked for everyone and had it in my home, I called Ma-Ma and asked for her Dressing recipes. She said, "Oh, I use a little of this, and a little of that and see how it looks, then taste it for seasonings." I wrote these recipes as best I could from her memory. You can tell I've made a few adjustments over the years. My grandfather was from Germany. The oyster dressing was his mother's recipe. Ma-Ma made it every year until she died and now myself or one of the girls make it every year.
15: Ma-Ma feeding Crystal--1964