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Can’t Find the Recipe You Were Looking For?

So many times I see people coming to the blog from search engines looking for a specific recipe.

Many times, those recipes are already posted here at Palatable Pastime, but other times they are not. And even so, I have a lot of those recipes at different places online, but you may not have found them here (yet!) I have been publishing recipes to the internet for over ten years. So you can imagine there is quite a collection! 🙂

If you don’t see the recipe you are looking for, please leave a comment below.

If it is something I have and can point you to, I will leave a link for you to find it.

Otherwise I will consider it a request, and if it is something I can work up and put online for you, I will.




39 responses

  1. Here is the recipe for cauliflower I have posted:
    (link deleted)
    If you look to the right of the recipe pages and scroll way down there is a detailed index for ingredients and such.
    I will get a recipe for mashed cauliflower up for you within a few days.
    If you’d like, I can also get recipes up for any of these: cauliflower “potato salad”; roasted cauliflower; marinated cauliflower salad; cauliflower soup. If you want any of those, let me know. I will just need time to space out the cauliflower, except the mock potato salad, which I have posted online. I just don’t have a photo for that one as I worked on that before I started taking photos.

  2. I cannot find my favorite port green chili recipe. I know it has stewed tomatoes, canned green chilies, and cilantro. It was a very simple recipe with only a few ingredients. I found it online but cannot seem to locate it again. Any help would be appreciated, thanks.

  3. HI – your site is not user friendly. I have clicked for 12 min to find the recipe for turkey dumpling soup. I go from one page to another back to the first…no recipe. in your recipe file there is nothing. I click on the picture, the name, anything. I am frustrated. would like to follow you but not if it won’t give up the recipes quickly and easily…

    • Hi! Look in the upper right corner and you will see a search box. Type “turkey dumpling” or whichever keyword you are looking for.
      Hit enter.
      The page should load a list of all the recipes with the keyword.
      In this case, the turkey dumpling soup will be at the top.
      Click either the title, or underneath the photo where it says “read more”.
      Because what you look at first is just a brief description with the photo designed for people to browse while scrolling the main page.

      You can also click on the recipes index, where I have the recipes listed alphabetically (click on the title), also by gallery, where you can browse groups of recipes from the blog via pinterest, and also in featured recipes as recipe collections either all together on the blog as a linkup or in specialized groupings on pinterest.

      As well, you can scroll down the page and see a list of the ten most currently popular recipes on the blog, and below that, my ten most recnetly posted recipes.

      So there are many ways to view the recipes. But on my blog, as on most blogs, clicking the picture on the page leads to a full-size photo, not a recipe link. This keeps the load time down so you can actually see the pages instead of waiting and waiting. But in all cases, clicking the title or the read more takes you to the full page.

      Enjoy, and if you have more questions feel free to ask me any time. And have a very Happy Thanksgiving if you celebrate. 🙂

  4. I make your melba toast with cocktail bread and it is just great – so do you have a recipe for cinnamon melba toast? I had it once when we were in the upper peninsula of Michigan and it was FANTASTIC!!! I have been looking ever since but the only way I can think of is to brush some olive oil on the bread and then add cinnamon or cinnamon sugar. If you can – HELP!!!

  5. My granddaughter was so excited to see Filookie on a menu. It’s a chocolate chip cake with oozing chocolate center. I would love to get this recipe

  6. I am looking for a recipe that I have not used for many years… and can’t find the recipe now.
    It has whipped cream, crushed pineapple, mandarin oranges and I think vanilla pudding… not sure about the pudding. I need it for a church supper as a dessert… just for something different.

  7. do you have a recipe to make footlong hot dog buns? I don’t mean the fillings I mean the buns, can’t find them anywhere.

  8. Sue, I moved from Cincinnati to Southern Alabama a few years back and there is a cake that an elderly lady makes but will not divulge the recipe for. All I know is it has pecans, possibly coconut, and some kind of syrup or sauce that soaks through to make it so super moist all the way through and I do mean all the way through. I found one on taste of home for Coconut Pecan cake where it had a syrup poured over after cooking but it did not soak through the cake. I have coined this cake the crack of cake-land, because it is so super moist you cant just eat a little. And there is no way to explain how moist it is except it is very wet. Like it was soaked in a pan of something rather than something was poured on top. Can you figure it out?

  9. I am looking for a dish that we always called Mexican Layer dish, we used to have all the time, but i have lost the recipe. I originally got the recipe from a coworker back that I can not locate now. It is a layered dish with flour tortillas then taco meat(ground beef, taco seasoning and onion) and then a cheese mixture. The cheese mixture is what I can’t remember. I know that it included velveeta, evaporated milk and cream of mushroom soup, but I can’t remember if there was anything else. I have scoured the internet and no luck. It did not have any beans or enchilada sauce, which is what I keep finding online. Can you help?

    • I think I can help you out with this one and get a recipe up soon. With these kind of chilaquiles casseroles, there’s a rainbowof them, one for each day of the year. I think I can get that one up this week- if I forget, send me a reminder. ~Sue

    • Not sure I will have space on the blog this next month but wanted to get this out to you.

      1.5 pounds ground beef
      1 c. chopped onion
      3 cloves garlic, minced
      4 oz. can green chilies
      5 oz. evap milk
      1 can cream mushroom soup
      1 can cream of chicken soup
      salt and pepper
      1 packet taco seasoning
      15 6-inch flour tortillas
      16 ounces Velveeta slices or cubed

      Brown the beef with the onion and garlic.
      Stir in the green chillies, milk and undiluted soups.
      Season with salt, pepper, and taco seasoning.
      Heat oven to 350F.
      Layer five tortillas in the bottom of a casserole.
      Top with half the meat mix.
      Layer five more tortillas and then the remaining meat.
      Top with the last five tortillas then place the cheese over those.
      Bake for 30 minutes.

      Notes: I’ve made something similar before but used corn tortillas and cheddar- called it chilaquiles casserole.
      This one tastes of beef burritos in a pan.

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  11. I hope you can help me, it’s really a basic thing but not really because it’s so specific. It’s for basic biscuits, not cookies! My Grandmother was from Tennessee and she wasn’t a fancy cook but she made the best biscuits in the world. They were hard on the outside and soft and fluffy on the inside, it was the perfect combo. My Dad thinks that she used to prep and keep them in the fridge until she baked them, she used to also freeze them once cooked and they’d reheat perfectly. Sadly I never asked her how she made them and then I stopped seeing her due to stupid family feud issues and then she passed. I don’t know if she used buttermilk, my mom seemed to think she used basic mix so maybe it was the method, but they were soft or chewy on the outside, HARD but so perfect with the soft fluffy inside.

  12. I had a beef brisket and eggplant over spinach linguine recipe with garlic, oregano, basil and cooking wine. You cut the beef into small strips and marinate with salt, pepper, oregano, basil and wine. You peel and slice the eggplant in to 2X4 pieces and fry in olive oil with the garlic. Remove the eggplant and sauté the beef. Remove the beef and leave the drippings. Add corn starch or flour and some more wine and a cup of beef broth, add the eggplant and beef back into the pan and let simmer. For garnish, slice a red bell pepper into thin strips and top the beef with it. Served over spinach linguine. How much basil and how much oregano?? I don’t remember anymore and the cookbook is long gone.. 🙁

  13. Please, I’m struggling 2 find a GLUTEN FREE copycat recipe for the dry bagged (crushed, NOT cubed) Pepperidge Farm Herb Seasoned Stuffing mix that will taste as much as possible like the real thing. Our family has used this brand exclusively for 3 generations, but now that celiac disease has reared its ugly head and 2 of my kids are medically gluten-free, I desperately need a gluten-free substitute recipe before Thanksgiving!!! It must taste as close to the original PF one as possible in terms of the amounts/proportions of each spice… Thank you for helping to save this Thanksgiving tradition for our family!

    • I’ll try to get a recipe for GF stuffing up on November 5th since I am linking up with other bloggers that day doing GF Holiday recipes. Check back that day. Have a great weekend! ~s

    • I don’t really remember it that well. I heard it was like loosemeat, but different. Their menu says it is “chopped sirloin in our own bbq sauce on an egg bun”. I might suggest trying my loosemeat recipe and heating some bbq sauce into it and put that on egg buns or Hawaiian bread. The bbq sauce will make or break it so if you remember how it tasted you should try to pick it out. Here’s my recipe for loosemeat: I have an easier recipe coming out for that soon, probably within the next month or so. Watch for it. I’d have posted it already but the holidays are suddenly gearing up.

  14. Looking for Creamy Sauerkraut recipe with sour cream and potatoes I shredded like hashbrowns. I remember I had to cook it for a long time (2 hours I think.)

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