Beverly Vaughan Family Treasures First, you fill your teakettle full of water. Set it on the stove. Turn the stove eye on under it. Then you pick up a good book, lie down on the couch and start reading. By the time the tea kettle whistles, you forget what you boiled the water for -- … Continue reading How To Boil Water
Jeanette Price VaughanFamily Treasures Always heat the skillet BEFORE adding oil or grease and it won't stick. Really works.
Jeanette Price VaughanFamily Treasures Spread about 3 cups flour in a baking pan and cook in a 350 oven for 25-30 minutes, stirring with a fork about every 10 minutes. May need to cook a little longer to get it as brown as you want it. Store in a jar. Makes gravy making easier.
Jeanette Price Vaughan Family Treasures 2/3 cup vegetable oil2/3 cup flour Mix oil and flour in a 1 quart measuring bow. Microware uncovered on high for 6 minutes. Stir. Cook for 30 seconds to 1 minute longer or until it browns.
Mable Price Robison Family Treasures 4 quarts ripe tomatoes, chopped and peeled1 cup sweet green pepper's chopped3 Tbsp salt1 Tbsp white mustard seed1 tsp allspice2 cup onions, chopped1 cup sweet red peppers, chopped1 small hot red pepper1/2 cup sugar1 tsp cinnamon2 1/2 cup vinegar Combine vegetables, salt and sugar. Cook until mixture thickens, then add … Continue reading Chili Sauce
Jeannette Price VaughanFamily Treasures 1 peck green tomatoes, peeled and sliced1 dozen onions, sliced Mix tomatoes and onions with 1/2 cup pickling salt and let set overnight. Drain well. Mama used to hang hers on the clothesline in a flour sack. I use a colander. Make a syrup of 4 cup sugar, 2 quarts white … Continue reading Mama’s Green Tomato Pickles
Kenneth VaughanFamily Treasures Put 1 cup skim milk in blender. Add 1 banana, which has been frozen in 3 or 4 chunks. Add 2 or 3 packages Sweet'N® Low and 1/2 tsp vanilla or sprinkle of nutmeg. Blend until smooth. This is very good. You can use any frozen fruit instead of the banana -- … Continue reading Sugar-Free Milk Shake
Jeanette Price VaughanFamily Treasures 2 sticks margarine3/4 cup Wesson® oil1 tsp vanilla1 tsp soda1 tsp salt1 3/4 cup sugar2 large eggs4 cup plain flour1 tsp cream of tartar Cream margarine and sugar. Add eggs and oil. Add vanilla and mix well. Mix the dry ingredients together and add to the creamed mixture. I sometimes add … Continue reading Tea Cakes
Beverly Vaughan Family Treasures 1 cup butter or oleo1/4 tsp salt2 1/2 cup plain flour1/2 pint of strawberry preserves1 1/2 cup sugaryolks of 2 large eggswhites of 4 large eggs Grease a large baking sheet. Heat oven to 350 degrees. Work butter, 1/2 cup sugar, the 2 egg yolks, and salt together with hands and … Continue reading Nancy Reagan’s Cookies
Jeanette Price VaughanFamily Treasures 1 3/4 cup sifted cake flour1/2 tsp salt1/2 cup Crisco® shortening1/2 cup milk1 tsp vanilla36 marshmallows, cut in half1/2 tsp soda1/2 cup cocoa1 cup sugar1 egg1/2 cup chopped pecans Sift flour, measure, sift again with salt, soda, and cocoa. Cream shortening, add sugar, blending thoroughly. Add egg and beat well. Add … Continue reading Evelyn Little’s Chocolate Marshmallow Cookies