NANNY'S  BISCUITS

5        Cups  Flour
1/2     Cup    Lard
7        Tsps   Baking Powder
1        Tsp     Salt
2        Tsps  Sugar
21/2-3 Cups  Milk

Mix first five ingredients together, then add milk to make a soft dough.

Roll out and cut with cutter, bake in a 450F
oven for 20-25 minutes.
CINNAMON ROLLS
5     Cups Flour
1/2  Cup Lard
1     Cup Sugar
7     Tsps Baking Powder
1     Tsp Salt
1     Egg
3     Cups Milk

Mix first five ingredients, put egg in milk and mix well.
Add to mix.  Knead well to make a soft dough.
Roll out about 1 inch thick.
Spread with butter and brown sugar and cinnamon.
Roll up in a log, slice about an inch thick slices, put on a greased pan and bake in a 350F oven for 30 minutes.

            BROWNIES

1/2   Cup  Butter
1      Cup  White Sugar
2      Eggs
1/2   Tsp  Vanilla
1/2   Cup Flour
1/2   Cup Cocoa
1/4   Tsp  Salt
1/4   Tsp Baking Powder
1/2   Cup  Nuts  (Optional)

Cream WELL butter,sugar,eggs and vanilla, then add
flour,cocoa,salt and  baking powder. Mix Well.

Put in an 8X8 pan and bake for twenty five minutes
in a 350F oven.

When cool frost,with chocolate icing.
              OATMEAL  COOKIES

21/2   Cups Flour
2       Cups Rolled Oats                                                 1       Tsp  Baking Powder
1       Tsp Salt
1/2    Cup  Sugar
1       Cup Shortening
        Milk enough to soften dough.

Mix dry ingredients,cut in shortening,mix completely.
Add milk enough to make easy to handle.

Roll out - cut into squares.

Bake in a 400F oven until brown ( about 20 mins
or more).
               OATMEAL  COOKIES
               WITH BRAN FLAKES

2     Cups Flour
2     Cups Rolled Oats
2     Cups Bran Flakes
3/4  Cup Sugar
1     Tsp Baking Powder
1/2  Tsp Baking Soda
1     Tsp Salt
11/4 Cup Shortening
1/2  Cup Boiling Water

Boil the kettle,pour 1/2 cup of water into cup,stir in
Baking Soda, let cool.

Mix dry ingredients, cut in shortening,when mixed
well, pour in water/soda mix, mix well.

Roll out--cut in squares,bake in a 400F oven for about
20-25 minutes.


FISH CHOWDER
DO NOT FREEZE
Any time we made this there was nothing left to freeze.

You can put in almost any seafood you wish.
We use vegetables-- this adds to the appearance as well as taste.


2      cups Water
2      Medium Potatoes, peeled and diced.
2      Medium carrots, diced
1      Onion, diced
        You might want to use chives.
1/4   cup chopped celery
2       tsp.salt
1/4    tsp pepper
1/4    tsp Ground thyme
1/4    tsp. Seafood Seasoning

21/2  cups Milk
1        can Shrimp
1        can crab
1        can clams
          add the juice from the cans as well
          Scallops can be added - large ones should be                      halved or quartered.


1       cup Half-and-Half cream---we use Blend
1/4    cup All-purpose flour.

Combine first nine ingredients in a large saucepan.Bring to boil. Reduce heat. Cover. Simmer for about 20 minutes until vegetables are tender.

Add milk and fish. Simmer for 10 minutes.


If you wish you can add small chunks of haddock.
Bit of lobster are great too.


Stir cream into flour in small bowl until smooth. Gradually stir into fish mixture. Heat and stir until thickened.

Makes about 2L


                                            ENJOY
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Whycocomagh Chow-Chow
First of all you MUST use Whycocomagh Grown Tomatoes.              Anything else we cannot guarantee success.
24 cups of chopped green Whycocomagh Grown Tomatoes.
4 lbs. chopped onions - (from "The Valley")
1/3 cup salt.
Vinegar -- ( I would have said "Heinz", if they would pay me, but they did not,
                so I will not give them a "plug" here.)
7 Cups sugar  ( Same goes for "Lantic")
1/4 cup Pickling spice.

Directions:

Mix tomatoes (Whycocomagh grown) and onions (From "The Valley")  together.
Sprinkle generously with salt and let stand overnight.

Early in the morning (About 8 or 9 AM) drain of the water and cover,(barely) with vinegar.
Add white sugar and pickling spice tied in a cheesecloth bag.

Boil for 2 to 3 Hours. and then bottle while HOT.

Mae takes the spice bag out after an hour , or so, and samples the "brew" to see if it needs more vinegar,
sugar or salt.

Hope this works for you - if it doesn't you probably did not use Whycocomagh grown Tomatoes.



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