Tea Time of Life: A Second Collection of Recipes and Reflections

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AuthorHouse, Nov 4, 2011 - Cooking - 260 pages
In the "Tea Time of Life," author Ethel S. Tucker shares reflections and recipes from nearly a century of life in Crittenden County, Kentucky. As a young girl, Tucker's widowed mother moved her family to Marion so that the children could attend school. As adults, each had loving marriages and successful careers while living through many periods of historical significance, including the Great Depression and the advent of space travel. "Tea Time of Life" chronicles Tucker's life and the recipes she has used to entertain thousands of dinner guests in her Crittenden County homes. Tucker is also the author of "From Pilot Knob to Main Street: A Collection of Recipes from Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow," published in 2005.
 

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Contents

Stories of Business Entertainment Travel
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Ham Spinach Balls
39
Chicken Salad Tarts
40
Mini Taco Cups
41
Ranch Chicken Nuggets
42
Spicy Party Mix
43
Benedictine Sandwich Spread
44
Spiced Cider Punch
45
10 Bean Soup
98
Curried Pumpkin Soup
99
MushroomArtichoke Soup
100
Orange Sauce
101
Raisin Sauce for Ham
102
StirFry Chicken
103
StirFry of Chicken with Orange and Pea Pods
104
Ovenfried Noodle Nests
105

Citrus Iced Tea
46
Boiled Custard
47
My Roll Recipe
48
Whole Wheat Dinner Rolls
49
HurryUp Homemade Crescent Rolls
50
Cheese Biscuits
51
OldFashion Cinnamon Rolls
52
Creamy Glaze
53
Date Coffee Cake
55
Sour Cream Coffee Cake
57
Sour Cream Coffee Cake Muffins
58
Spanish Scrambled Eggs
59
Creole Hominy
61
Grits
62
EggMushroom Casserole
63
Cheese Custard
64
Cheese Soufflé
65
Ham And Cheese Layered Casserole
66
Ham and Mushroom Quiche
67
BLT Egg Bake
68
Main Dish Tart
69
Ham and Asparagus Quiche
70
Hominy and Cheese Puff
71
Easy Asparagus Salad
74
BLT Salad with warm Vinaigrette
75
Oriental Chicken Salad
76
Creamy Chicken Salad
77
ChickenAvocado Salad
78
PineappleChicken Salad Pie
79
CranberryApple Mold
80
Lime Gelatin Salad
81
24 Hour Salad
82
Frozen Fruit Salad
83
Ham Loaf Salad
84
Tuna Almondine
85
GardenFresh Taco Salad
86
Fiesta Salad
87
Crunchy Romaine Salad
88
Marinated Mixed Vegetables
89
Cool Cabbage Salad
90
Wilted Salad Greens
91
Green Wonder Salad
92
Marinated Tomatoes
93
Amish Vegetable Salad
94
Fruit Salad Dressing
95
Autumn Soup
96
Sunday Stew
97
Stir Fried Vegetables
106
StirFried Shrimp with Snow Peas
107
Colorful Shrimp StirFry
108
AlmondCoated Trout
109
Perfect Crab Cakes with Green Onions
110
Crab Cakes
111
Crabmeat Imperial
112
Creamed Crab Meat with Artichoke Hearts
113
Scalloped Oysters
114
Garlic Shrimp
115
Shrimp Amandine
116
Grilled Salmon Salad
117
Poached Salmon with Horseradish Sauce
118
Poached Salmon
119
Cedar PlankGrilled Salmon with Garlic Lemon and Dill
120
OvenPoached Salmon
121
HerbRoasted Salmon with Wild Mushrooms
122
Boiled Live Lobster
123
Oriental Lobster Mornay
124
Shrimp
125
Shrimp Scampi
126
Easy Seafood in Sea Shells
127
Seafood Casserole
128
HerbRoasted Chicken
129
Baked Breast of Chicken
130
Chicken and Corn Pies with Cornbread Crust
131
Baked Chicken Breasts
132
Cane River Chicken
133
Chicken Breasts
134
Mandarin Ham Loaf
135
Grilled Stuffed Franks
138
Lamb Chops with Orange Mint Sauce
148
Vegetables
168
Cakes Cookies Cobblers Pies Puddings
191
Fluffy Pistachio Dessert
198
Apple Crisp No sugar added
204
Traditional Apple Dumplings
205
Blackberry Dumplings
206
NoBake Orange Coconut Balls
212
Dixie Peanut Brittle
214
Tart Shell
217
Quick Cherry Dessert
218
Hot Cranberry Bake
219
Pumpkin Roll with Cream Cheese Filling
220
Rhubarb Crunch
221
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Author Ethel S. Tucker has spent a good portion of her 94 years entertaining family, friends and elected officials with hundreds of meals in her Crittenden County homes. Her careers included that of a merchant, funeral director and licensed interior decorator. Upon retirement, she became the first volunteer resident director of the Fohs Hall Community Arts Foundation. She is an active member in her western Kentucky community and her church, the Marion United Methodist Church. She published her first cookbook, "From Pilot Knob to Main Street: A Collection of Recipes and Stories from Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow," in 2005.

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