Friday, 3 April 2015

Creamed Salmon Biscuits

Foodie Friday


One of the side benefits of vacationing with Carla is that we eat the most amazing comfort foods.  Creamed Salmon Biscuits is just one of these dishes.

Ingredients:
  • One large can of flaked salmon
  • Enough of your favourite biscuit recipe to cover a 9 x 11 inch jelly roll pan (we used gluten free Bisquick)
  • 1 cup chopped celery
  • 1 cup chopped onion
  • 1 cup shredded cheese
  • 2 cup Almond milk
  • 2 Tbsps. gluten free corn starch
  • Tbsp. gluten free cornmeal
  • 1 Tbsp. Coconut oil
  • Salt to taste


Directions:
  1. Make up the biscuit recipe
  2. Cover your jelly roll pan or counter top with the cornmeal and roll out the biscuit dough to a 9x11 rectangle
  3.  Sauté the celery and onions in the coconut oil until the onions are translucent
  4. Spread the celery, onions and cheese on the biscuit dough and roll up the dough along the long side
  5. Cut the dough into 1 inch rounds
  6. Place the rounds in a 9 x 11 baking dish
  7. In a sauce pan combine the almond milk, salt, and salmon.
  8. Heat until the almond milk begins to boil
  9. Add corn starch and thicken to the consistency of thick cream (if it becomes too thick add more almond milk)
  10. Pour this over the biscuit round and bake as per the biscuit recipe
From our table to yours

Grandma Snyder
©2013-2015 twosnydergirls

Wednesday, 1 April 2015

Monday, 30 March 2015

Eternal Father, When to Thee

Eternal Father, When to Thee
Words by Hervey D. Ganse 1872
Music by William Knapp 1738

Eternal Father, when to Thee, Beyond all worlds,
by faith I soar, Before They boundless majesty
I stand in silence, and adore.

But Savior, Thou art by my side; Thy voice I hear,
Thy face I see: Thou art my Friend, my daily Guide;
God over all, yet God with me.

And Thou, great Spirit, in my heart, Dost make Thy Temple day by day;
The Holy Ghost of God Thou art,
Yet dwellest in this house of clay.

Blest Trinity, in whom alone All things created move or rest,
High in the heav’ns Thou has thy throne;
Thou hast Thy throne within my breast.



This hymn was found in Church and Sunday School Hymnal Supplement, Mennonite Publishing House Scottdale, PA 1911.

Grandma Snyder

©2013-2015 twosnydergirls

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