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Very Good (1 rating)
Grandma Inga's Lefse

My grandmother, who recently passed away at age 100, made this recipe every year. When she got into her nineties, she taught me how to make it. Lefse is a Norwegian flatbread eaten with sugar, cinnamon and butter (or any topping at all), and requires a flat stainless steel griddle, scored, covered rolling pin, turning stick and cloth-covered pastry board, all of which can be purchased from the Bethany company.

Yogurt pancakes

You can put anything into these pancakes. This recipe is figured with 4 oz. of full-fat cherry-vanilla yogurt.

Nancy's Twice-Baked Potatoes

These are a meal in themselves, or a good side-dish, cut in half. They freeze well.


Incredible! (5 ratings)
Beef, sauerkraut & potato hotdish

Grandma would make this smoky, filling meal-in-one. The sauerkraut really makes this dish delicious.


Very Good (4 ratings)
Family Goulash

This is something my mother cooked in the 1960s and 70s. It's a variation on hamburger hotdish, and an easy stove-top recipe. Embellish at will with sour cream, chiles, spices.

Helaine's chickpea and cucumber salad

My friend Helaine brought this to a potluck one evening, and had me at the first bite. I increased the garlic and red pepper in the recipe, which should NOT be eaten before a job interview or hot date. It is savory and pungent.

Green Salad

My family has made this forever at Christmas. It's totally wicked and artery-clogging.


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