It is a nice catalog, full of country treasures to decorate and clutter your home. Did I just say that? The best part is, that on a few pages, they have very nicely printed recipes. Obviously planted to make sure you read to the very end without casting it aside like every other catalog you receive. Why don't they ever send a "last one"?
And so, doing what every other self-respecting blogger would do, I tore out the recipes and scanned them for you. I think sharing is a good thing.
I don't know who Barbara is, but her chili sounds delicious and I think I will make it for dinner on Friday. And we will be exercising our options.
How can one resist Apple Cake, with its warm spices and bits of apple laced throughout?
Mine will be sans nuts. We have enough in our house already.
Lemon? Butter? Do I need to say anything else?
Savory waffles sound very intriguing. How about making them for a bed on which to ladle Chicken a la King? Mmmmmm.
Classic, minty Grasshopper Pie. Without legs.
Broccoli Casserole- perfect for a potluck.
I cannot wait for summer to serve this on the back porch, in tall, icy glasses with a sprig of mint. It's a Southern thing.
Well, there you go, a few new recipes to try, courtesy of Through the Country Door. I doubt very much I will be able to do this again as this is my last catalog.
One can only hope.