This is a mash-up between to recipes: Gruyere & Cheddar Broccoli Soup and Perfect Potato Soup

ready in about 30 minutes; serves 10
You might need to buy:
  • Black Pepper To Taste
  • Cajun Spice Mix
  • dry Tarragon
  • nutmeg
  • *4 Tablespoons All-purpose Flour
  • Milk
  • Grated Gruyere Cheese
  • grated white cheddar
  • grated sharp or extra sharp cheddar

Serve smothered chops with a starch to soak up the rich gravy. Simple egg noodles were the test kitchen favorite, but rice or mashed potatoes also taste great.

serves 4
You might need to buy:
  • unbleached all-purpose flour
  • apple cider vegetable oil
  • ground black pepper
  • table salt
  • minced fresh thyme leaves
  • bay leaves
  • minced fresh parsley leaves

Use up the extra Hot Chocolate mix/packets leftover from the Holidays! From Delishably with my tweaks of course. If you don’t want to mix up your own vanilla yogurt, get something like a Chobani vanilla yogurt -less sugar.

ready in about 20 minutes; serves 8
You might need to buy:
  • dairy whey protein powder
  • whole wheat pastry flour
  • all purpose flour
  • milk
  • plain yogurt

There are MANY variations you can try! https://armchair.com/recipe/amish/amshvar2.html

ready in about an hour and 15 minutes; serves 12
You might need to buy:
  • For Starter:
  • 1C flour
  • 1C sugar
  • 1C milk
  • See directions for making the starter
  • For Bread:
  • oil
  • applesauce
  • whole milk
  • 1C flour
  • cinnamon
  • cocoa
  • cocoa/sugar/cinnamon for coating pans
You might need to buy:
  • olive oil
  • red wine vinegar
  • Dijon
  • grated Parmesan
  • store-bought croutons
  • chopped fresh chives
Belongs to home4edu Cheese Fondue 

I think it is very important to get good imported cheese (aged over 90 days, which most imported swiss is) rather than regular cheese. I usually use about half Swiss half Gruyere (which is another type of Swiss). Usually the gruyure is more expensive, I’m
not sure you have to use it, but I usually do. The best deal on these cheeses, that I’ve found, is either at Trader Joe’s or Costco. I have never looked at Sams, but they might have it, who knows?. You can expect the Swiss to be about $6/lb and the Gruyere to be about $10 (expensive I know, but worth it!) At a regular grocery store it is usually even more expensive.

serves 3
You might need to buy:
  • dry white wine
  • cornstarch
Belongs to home4edu Egg in a Nest 
ready in about 10 minutes; serves 2
You might need to buy:
  • unsalted butter
  • large eggs
Belongs to home4edu Stuffed Shells 

This will also work for Lasagna Rollups

ready in about an hour and 15 minutes; serves 8
You might need to buy:
  • jumbo pasta shells
  • ricotta cheese
  • mascarpone cheese
  • Opt additions:
  • dried Italian seasoning
  • red pepper flakes

this is the starter recipe. It uses no yeast. Use glass, plastic or wooden tools. Not metal

ready in about 20 minutes; serves 8
You might need to buy:
  • 1C flour- can be regular or white whole wheat
  • 1C sugar
  • 1C milk