Our next tried & true cookbook will feature America's best-loved comfort foods and we hope to fill it with treasured dishes from coast to coast. That's where you and YOUR hometown recipes come in!
We're looking for authentic Philly cheese steaks, Chicago deep-dish pizza, classic Midwestern meat loaf, Kansas City ribs, southern fried chicken, Tex-Mex enchiladas, all-American apple pie and much, much more! Whatever you make that reminds you of home is exactly what we're looking for. Be sure to tell us where the recipe originated and your own memories about it.
We can't wait to see what you'll share from your very own region of the country. And remember, if your recipe is selected, it'll be featured in this cookbook along with your name and hometown. Plus, you'll receive a FREE copy of the cookbook when it's published!
Easter always meant a big family meal at Grandma's house. Her best dishes and lace tablecloth would set the table and there were always a few extra chairs pulled up for special guests. We loved getting together with aunts, uncles and cousins...maybe there'd even be an egg hunt in the backyard!
What were the recipes that were must-haves at Easter dinner for your family? For us, it was a sweet glazed ham, fluffy mashed potatoes and Grandma's Ambrosia salad. We'd love to hear about your traditions in the comments and have your recipes linked up below.
So tell us...
What are YOUR favorite EASTER recipes? Share 'em all in today's Recipe Round-Up!
Sweet Ambrosia Salad This favorite was originally shared by Rachel Ripley of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania...thanks, Rachel!
10-oz. can pineapple chunks, drained 14-1/2 oz. jar maraschino cherries, drained 11-oz. can mandarin oranges, drained 8-oz. container sour cream 10-1/2 oz. pkg. pastel mini marshmallows 1/2 c. sweetened flaked coconut
Combine fruit in a large bowl; stir in sour cream until coated. Fold in marshmallows and coconut; cover and chill overnight. Makes 8 to 10 servings.