Steff's Six Sisters Secrets, Volume One

This is Steff's first collection of the Six Sisters cookery. Please be reminded that this is Six Sisters cookery, not sick sisters cookerie.

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Bon appetit!

Steff Staff

Appetizers & Hors D'oeuvres

Here is a collection of delicious tidbits!

Cream Cheese Crepes with Apricot Sauce

Cheese Puffs

Beans - The Bold and Beautiful Book of Bean Recipes

This book was revised August 2004 and was developed by the Washington State Health Department. Here is a link to the pages which you can print on your home printer if you wish, and a link to the Florida WIC (Women, Infants, Children) site which is where we first learned about this wonderful cookbook resource entitled

Beans - The Bold and Beautiful Book of Bean Recipes

Florida Department of Health
WIC Program, September 2008
Tel: 1-800-342-3556

Bean Soup

Open-Faced Bean Sandwich

Recipe goes here

Breads and Rolls

Apple Orange Quick Bread, 1 Loaf

Lucy Hamilton (Grandma Lucy) gave me this recipe - I first tasted this on a Wednesday afteroon after the bridge ladies had left and the aroma of coffee was still in the air.

Date and Nut Bread

Easter Rolls - The Easter Bunny has visited if you are having these for breakfast

This recipe is right up there with fruitcake at Christmas as far as holiday food goes - it's a must have!
Thank you Kathy Esposito for giving me this recipe more than once because my filing system was all over the place and I had card recipes and loose leaf paper recipes until I got my present system.

Note: The dough needs to be refrigerated over night.
Special Equipment: Easter cookie cutters

Easy Sugar Lump Cinnamon Bread

Pumpkin Bread

Pumpkin bread is a great present to give and get - this recipe makes a few loaves and it is so...... good. Thanks Kathy :)

Zucchini bread from the 70's

This recipe is from the 70's - wearing bell bottoms and eating zucchini bread - to make it a lower fat lower calories bread decrease the oil and some of the sugar and it still works

Cakes, Pies, Jumbles & Tortes

Blueberry Jumble (Mom's Recipe)

Blueberry poppy seed brunch cake - a $40,000+ winner!

This clipping is from when I lived in New Orleans - it's from the March 1st, 1990 issue of the beloved Times-Picayune.

Simplicity wins out at 34th Pillsbury Bake-Off

This blueberry brunch cake was the winner of $40,000 plus $10,000 in appliances at the 34th Pillsbury Bake-Off. Maybe I should be entering baking contents in addition to the occasional lotto ticket?

Cranberry Torte

Crazy Crust Apple Pie

German Apple Cake

German Apple Cake
by Helen Price

1-1/2 cups sifted flour
1/2 cup sugar
dash salt
1/2 cup butter
5 cups (generally more) peeled & thinly sliced, fresh, tart apples
2 Tbs quick cooking tapioca
1/2 cup sugar
3/4 tsp cinnamon
1/4 tsp nutmeg


Mix apples, sugar, tapioca, spices & set aside.
Combine flour, sugar, salt & butter - mix well until crumbs are formed.
Measure out 3/4 cup crumbs and set aside.

Press remaining crumbs in 9" spring form pan, covering the bottom and about 3/4" up on sides.
Arrange apples in crumb shell.

Bake 425 degrees for 20 minutes then sprinkle with 3/4 cup reserved crumbs.
Bake 20-25 min longer or until crumbs are golden brown.

Serve warm or cold with heavy cream.

If apples are sweet, reduce sugar and add lemon juice.

Special Note: I always make 1.5 x the crumb mixture just so it is extra crumby!

Best eaten the same day it is made - there are never any leftovers!

Sea Breeze Cheese Cake

Steff's Christmas Cake - A Dark Fruit Cake

A treasured favorite from Steff's family.

Cooking is always a factor for every sister in the Price family.

Keep it up, Sisters. Even your fruitcake is a delicious, marvelous masterpiece!

Steff's German Chocolate Cake

Steff's German Chocolate Cake

Cookies, Baklava and Biscotti

Almond Baklava

Big Mama Biscotti

Chocolate Whiskey Truffles

Cora's Jumbo Raisins

Lemon Crisps

Mom's Ginger Snaps

"What's your favorite Christmas cookie," she asked me as if I should already have a stock answer ready. The fact is that I adore all Christmas cookies and I had to think about it. Suddently my Grandmother's Ginger Snaps rolling around in granulated sugar danced in my mind.

"Ginger Snaps", I declared with purpose.

And so it was that Steff made "Mom's Ginger Snaps" below - the recipe is from - they were the perfect sticky chewy.

There were not enough of these to go around.

Mom's Ginger Snaps
Christmas 2009/2010

By: Elaine
"Fabulous, spicy cookies."

One Nutty Date

One of Steff's favorite Christmas bakes was One Nutty Date from the November/December 2007 issue of Eating Well. Follow the link below and YUM OH indeed!

We could not stop eating these!

One Nutty Date
From EatingWell: November/December 2007

Yum Oh!

Salads - All Sorts!

Quinoa, Chicken and Walnut Salad - Must Make!

This Quinoa Chicken Salad with Walnuts will see to that that people come to know you as a Salad Goddess.

Seafood Favorites

Baked Clams

Shrimp Bubbles

Tuesday Meals

Tuesday meals require gumption.

When I decided to get divorced I called my six sisters sequentially. Here is what they each said and the cathartic meals that they each embarked upon.


Trina for Steff

First Tuesday #1: Serve a Stunning Supper

First Tuesday Supper

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