My Latest Recipes 7
  • Indian Samosas from lyanthya in Glasgow, PA.
    These delicious potato-filled deep-fried pastries are a wonderful first course. This is a time-consuming recipe, but well worth i...
  • Cheddar Bacon Garlic Souffle from lyanthya in Glasgow, PA.
    It's unbelievable how few recipes use cheddar and garlic together, considering what a marvelous union they make. The bacon adds j...
  • Pepperoni Rolls from lyanthya in Glasgow, PA.
    A West Virginia specialty. These small, delicious rolls are the perfect easy-to-carry snack. The prep is easy, but it takes time...
  • Cornish Pasties from lyanthya in Glasgow, PA.
    Cornish pasties used to be the standard lunch for workers in the mines. Now they can be enjoyed hot from the oven. I love these-...
  • Best Chili In The Universe from lyanthya in Glasgow, PA.
    I have been perfecting this recipe for about 20 years. Everyone loves my chili. If you prefer it without beans, just omit them....
  • Poor Mans Lasagna from lyanthya in Glasgow, PA.
    I invented this years ago when presented with some donated food items, and everyone who has tried it loves it. It isn't gourmet, b...
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  • jonesrdgal 4 years ago about Cornish Pasties
    Filling is excellent, pastry was way too tender!
    Next time I'll reduce the shortening.
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  • choclytcandy 4 years ago about Cornish Pasties
    had the pleasure of trying pasties on a recent visit to the upper peninsula in Michigan. now i can make it at home. thants for the post.
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  • trev 5 years ago about Indian Samosas
    I eat these when we eat out. It'll be nice to be able to make them myself. Thanks
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  • evilchicken 5 years ago
    not sure how that happened... I tried to friend you, did it work? The first time I tried to do it I apparently friended myself instead of you.
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  • jimrug1 5 years ago about Indian Samosas
    I agree with rosiek.. This is awesome. My family cooks long recipes also. They are very much worth the effort...;-)~ I read your profile... I love how you like your stake.. For me Still Mooowing.....;-)~ Lamb too.. the rarer the better... Thank you for sharing this recipe.. Jim
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  • rosiek 5 years ago about Indian Samosas
    This sounds awesome, I have tried other recipes and in a pinch used egg roll wrappers, like when we were camping. I will definately try this one. Great post.
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  • thegoldminer 6 years ago
    Always nice when someone tries a recipe and it turns out well. Glad you enjoyed the Lamb Chops From Heaven Recipe. I always enjoy them myself. Best as always, JJ.
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  • silentwriter 6 years ago
    So glad we are now cooking buddies!
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  • silentwriter 6 years ago
    You aren't far from me you know...as I live six miles south of Selinsgrove..do you know where that is? I also "love" Indian food and do miss it since I'm originally from Long Island though I've heard this is a great Indian restaurant in the Harrisburg vacinity, every try it? Phyllis
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  • silentwriter 6 years ago
    So happy you enjoyed my quiche pie. As I said any cheese is good to use. Can't wait to check out your recipes too if you have any to share. Phyllis
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  • notyourmomma 6 years ago
    Sweetie, thanks for trying the breath killer and the high 5 on the recipe. Before kissing the husband, try chewing on a chocolate covered espresso bean. I find that very helpful. Otherwise, honey, give him a cracker and let him swoon. Have a great one.
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  • greekgirrrl 6 years ago
    I was wondering what is your ethnicity. Your name is very pretty, though I'm not sure how to pronounce it.
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  • greekgirrrl 6 years ago
    I was wondering what is your ethnicity. Your name is very pretty, though I'm not sure how to pronounce it.
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  • legoflamb 6 years ago
    You have very wide food continuum going on here. Quite interesting stuff.
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  • possumqueen 6 years ago
    Just about - I lived in PA abot 20 minutes from the state line (30 minutes north of Morgantown).
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