Springfield Style Cashew Chicken II
This variation is famous in Springfield, Missouri, and may be the only way it is prepared there. When I'm not there, I can't find this dish prepared this way anywhere else.
Old Fashioned Ozarks Meatloaf
This is the best meatloaf of them all! This is made with love and lots of Ozarks flair! Use fresh-ground meat, fresh eggs and homemade breadcrumbs for the best flavor.
St. Louis Pork Steaks
If you are from St. Louis or have relatives here, you know about Pork Steaks! MMMMMM. This is a family recipe that my whole family enjoys. I hope you will as well. The seasoned cider vinegar leaves grilled pork steaks nice and juicy.
St. Louis Toasted Ravioli
The St. Louis style of preparing ravioli is unique and delicious. The ravioli is breaded, fried and served with marinara sauce and a sprinkling of Parmesan cheese.
This is a wonderfully rich, Southern pie recipe that is the best I've tried!
Old Fashioned Peach Cobbler
I was searching for a peach cobbler recipe that reminded me of the yummy dessert I ate as a young girl in Southeast Missouri. No shortcuts here. Fresh peaches and homemade crust...but worth every minute! Absolutely delicious served warm with vanilla ice cream! Never any leftovers with this dessert!
Amish Friendship Bread Starter
Make something special to share with a friend! This delicious starter can make a variety of breads. Do not use metal containers or utensils.
Lemon Zucchini Bread
I thought my mom made the best zucchini bread - until I added lemon! This is a wonderful, light zucchini bread that's not too sweet.
Big Al's K.C. Bar-B-Q Sauce
This is a Kansas City-style sauce that I make in my restaurant. It is sweet and smoky with a little bite.
Cashew Crusted Chicken
Chicken breasts dipped in an apricot/mustard sauce, then rolled in chopped cashew nuts for a wonderfully tangy, crunchy and easy baked chicken dish. This recipe will satisfy anyone!Sponsored By [object Object]
Springfield Style Cashew Chicken I
This is Cashew Chicken in the style first served in Springfield, Missouri in the 1960's. It involves deep frying the chicken pieces in peanut oil. 'Show Me' state Cashew Chicken!
I serve this chowder Christmas night. Everyone welcomes the change from all of the junk food and turkey. It is very creamy and satisfying. Serve it with cornbread or crusty French bread.