Author Anita Higman & Magic in the Kitchen Or Taste Buds Doing the Tango — 5 Comments

  1. Oh, wow, I read each of your comments, and boy am I hungry for some of these goodies. 🙂 It all sounds wonderful. Thanks for sharing the memories.

    All the best!!!
    Anita Higman

  2. A pinch of this and a pinch of that – My Mom had a lot of these kind of recipes. The two that come to mind are homemade 1000 Island Dressing and homemade bbq sauce.
    Susan in NC

  3. Lentil Soup. My mom has made this since I can remember and it’s very good and there is no “real” recipe either.

  4. Mama’s Dressing is my answer to your comment. Usually it was served with a plump baking Hen. Roasted to perfection in the slow oven, with a butter crisp coating, the dressing was prepared then placed around the Hen for about an hour, or an hour and a half to a larger amount. It never had a recipe either. But it always tasted delicious and was browned without a lid the last 15 min. This made the top of the dressing brown and crisp also, with all the juiciness below. Thanks for drawing out this memory.

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