|Portions of this site were updated on 07 March 2014.
Anyone who likes to cook will tell you that part of the fun of cooking is sharing good recipes. At Teri's Kitchen, you will find a collection of hundreds of family and personal, tried-and-true recipes, plus an abundant amount of shared recipes from contributors. In addition, there are menus for every day and special occasions, cooking tips, links and much more. I will post additions and revisions to the site on this page as they occur throughout the month. To browse the kitchen, visit the Recipe Files page or, for specific recipes or information, use the Search Boxes throughout the site. I hope you will enjoy what I have to offer.
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St Patrick's Day Recipes
Recipes for Fastnachts
Monday, March 17, 2014
Traditional Irish cooking is simple, based on what is available. The recipes I have chosen are appropriate for St. Patrick's Day or any occasion. A few are authentic. Others are traditional, whether or not they are actually of Irish origin. The menus feature a choice of Corned Beef and Cabbage or Salmon Cakes. I posted recipes to popular Irish foods, including salmon, cod and oysters, as well as root vegetables and a few miscellaneous dishes. Additionally, there are several shared recipes. There is also a link to some ideas for using leftover corned beef and cabbage. I hope you will enjoy.
May the luck of the Irish be with you!
Pennsylvania Dutch Doughnuts
Fastnacht Day is a special Pennsylvania Dutch celebration with German roots that falls on Shrove Tuesday, the day before Ash Wednesday. Fastnacht (pronounced fost-nokt) translates to "Fast Night", and celebrates the feast before the Lenten fast. There are three types of Fastnachts. All are somewhat crispy on the outside and not as sweet as regular doughnuts. I have delicious recipes for Yeast Fastnachts as well as Crullers, which use baking powder for leavening. In addition, there are shared recipes for Potato Fastnachts, as well as an Apple Cider Variation. I hope you will try one or all and enjoy.
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Pennsylvania Dutch Saying