It's Classic Recipe Monday!

I really do like cooking, when you have the time, not feeling rushed and your not under a deadline. It's never a happy scene when you get in from work and you have a family of two glaring at a empty table, but glancing up at a bookcase filled with all kinds of cookbooks.

My family seems to think I should be a gourmet chief with all the cook books I buy, but I know there has to be others like me out in blogland, who simply love reading cook books! It is very relaxing!

I am aware that on all blogs, we all love it when there is a schedule of events planned for every day. It gives us something to look forward to, plus it gives us a stable feeling deep down inside, that our favorite blog will never run out of material to write about, because they have a subject planned for everyday! You must admit, I am right!

Welcome to Classic Recipe Monday,here at Frugal Southern Mom, (plus it will give me another opportunity to browse through all my beloved cookbooks). Let's give it some thought, could you pass up a .39 cent vintage cookbook at a thrift store?  I doubt it! 

This is a favorite one, (ok, there all favorites), It's called the 50th Anniversary Cookbook, it was put out by the Chelsea Church of God in 1984, .39 cents, a great bargain at the thrift store!

The recipes are simple and easy. Here is a selection of recipes for your enjoyment or to cook, but first, Thanks to the folks who worked so hard to put this cookbook out, Chelsea Church of God!


Liver and Onions with Gravy

3 Tbsp. oil
Liver
Onions
3/4 cup water

Melt the oil in a frypan. Roll sliced liver in seasoned flour with salt and pepper;brown
well on both sides, turning frequently. Place sliced onion on top of Liver. Steam for 5 minutes, adding the water. Cover with a lid. Cook for about 15-20 minutes on medium heat, until the gravy thickens.


Ann's Crock-Pot Pork Chop Casserole

6-8 pork chops
salt and pepper
2 med sweet potatoes, peeled and sliced
1 large onion, sliced
1 large green pepper, sliced*
1/2 tsp leaf oregano
1/4 tsp whole thyme
1 (1lb.) can tomatoes

*White potatoes may be substituted for the sweet potatoes if desired.

Trim visible fat from the pork chops; season with salt and pepper. Brown in a 
skillet to remove excess fat. Drain and place in crock-pot.
Add remaining ingredients in the order listed. Cover and cook on low for 8-10 hours.
(High for 3-4 hours)
Adjust seasonings to taste before serving.

Banana Split Cake

3 cups vanilla wafers
2 sticks margarine
2 cups confectioners sugar
2 eggs
4 bananas
1 large can crushed pineapple, drained
1 ( 8 oz) carton of Cool Whip
Maraschino cherries

Crush the vanilla wafers; mix with 1 stick of margarine (softened). Spread in the 
bottom of a 13 x 9 x 1 inch pyrex dish. Bake for 5 minutes at 350.
With a mixer, beat the sugar, 1 stick of margarine and the eggs; stir in pineapple.
Spread on crust. Slice the bananas on top of mixture. Spread Cool Whip on top.
Sprinkle with cherries and nuts. Keep refrigerated.


Have a great Monday! Be sure to share some of your Classic Monday Recipes!








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