2010 Special Issue
Old-fashioned recipes that really work - and that you'll really want to make
This 64-page double issue celebrates classic American family dinners, from potluck casseroles to slow-cooked, guest-worthy Sunday suppers, to easy (and sometimes quirky) family favorites. We selected dozens of our favorites and then put them through the test kitchen's rigorous testing, tweaking and retesting process to make sure they work for you- every time you make them. We also give you the interesting personal stories behind each recipe, so you can really "taste" history.
All too often collections like this might be fun to read but cooking with them is risky: recipes are poorly written, call for outdated ingredients -- or in general just don't work or are not all that appealing to begin with. All of the recipes featured in Lost Recipes have been streamlined and updated for today's modern tastes.
Just Chicken Pie, Polish Stuffed Pizza, Preacher's Delight, Cheese Frenchees, Cornbread Meatloaf, Maryland Caramel Tomatoes, Black and White Chili, Deviled Beef Tenders, Screaming Noodles, Snowed-In Potatoes, Coke Oven-Fried Chicken, Gram's Doughnuts, Lazy Daisy Cake, Peach Puzzle, Grandma Newman's Rice Pudding, Hungarian Sweet Rolls, and Papa's Lasagna.