The Good Ol' Days with Grandma's Recipes...
Remember how grandma used to tell you how to make a dish? There was no such thing as listing the ingredients and providing directions, she would just sit down, and tell you the story of how to make something.
This is a huge collection of more than 450 PLR Recipes to use for your blog posts, freebies, personal use and more. If you want charming, simple, tried and true recipes from the good ol' days, this is your PLR Recipes Package.
Here's a sampling of Recipes your Grandma would tell you...
A FINE SOUP.
Take good soup stock and strain it. When it boils add cracker balls,made thus: To one pint of cracker crumbs add a pinch of salt and pepper, one teaspoonful parsley, cut fine, one teaspoonful baking powder, mixed with the crumbs, one small dessert spoon of butter, one egg; stir all together; make into balls size of a marble; place on platter to dry for about two hours; when ready to serve your soup put them into the stock; boil five minutes.
A GOOD WAY TO COOK CHICKEN.
Fricassee your chicken, taking care to brown the skin nicely; season to taste. When done set by to cool; then remove all the bones; put back into the liquor in which it was cooked; chop fine, leaving in all the oil of the fowl. If not enough of the oil, add a piece of butter; then pack closely in a dish as you wish it to go to the table.
To one quart of tomato, add one pint of apple; put both through sieve; one quart of sugar, some ground cinnamon; cook until it begins to look like a preserve.
One quart of water, one handful of hops; boil these together,and strain; put in this fluid a cup of sugar, and boil to a syrup; cut a lemon into it, and bottle for use.
This PLR Package of Grandma's Recipes from the Good O'l Days includes:
23 Fish & Oyster
21 Fowl, Game & Stuffing
19 Salads & Salad Dressings
42 Layer Cakes
56 Gingerbread, Small Cakes & Cookies
30 Delicacies like Custards for Supper
20 Canned Fruit & Jellies
2 Medical Lore