Welcome To Lynne's Country Kitchen
lynnescountrykitchen.net










America has been blessed with an abundance of riches, and among the most treasured is our rich culinary heritage. From the American Indians who first taught the colonists to grow and cook the native foods, through the waves of immigrants who brought with them their own unique cultures, to contemporary cooks who create modern-day classics in step with today's life-styles, ours is a history of taste and diversity that spans generations.

This site is dedicated to my children - John, Chuck, Mandy, Robert, Michael and Leisa.... and to my beloved grandchildren....Nick, Tony, Chuckie, Mandy, Alicia, John, Chris, Robbie, Brittany, Albert, Charlotte, Donnie, Henry, Stevie, Hannah, Amber, Allison and Jenny. YES...all 18 of them!! ....WELCOME!..to my great grandson Nick, Jr., who graced our family and this world on November 20, 2004....WOW! - Here's another one - great grandson Dezmond, born May 11, 2005.....Geez! They keep on arriving....welcome to Keagan, Kami and Rita...Well, here I go again!!! Welcome great grandson, Cameron, born May 15, 2013. To my special niece Stephanie and my special friends Linda and Dee, who have encouraged me to create this site. I hope that you enjoy it as much as I have enjoyed putting it together.


Browse the categories listed below and ENJOY! Recipes are on single pages for your printing convenience. Come back and visit again soon, as I am always updating and adding new recipes.

One particular section is dedicated to Rosie, my mother-in-law who is no longer with us. She was loved by all and we miss her tremendously!...see....POLISH

Having cooked for so many years, I sometimes fail to remember that we all have to start with the basics! Techniques and terms that I use on a daily basis are foreign to the new cook and even those who have done basic cooking. So, this section is devoted to answering some of those questions you might have or are not sure of. Cooking With Lynne



 

African Alaskan American Indian Amish Appetizers
Beef Beer Beverages Boxtop Breads
Breakfast/Brunch Brownies Cajun Cakes Casseroles
Cheese Cheesecakes Chinese Crockpot Condensed Soups
Cookies Crepes Desserts Dinner Pies Dutch
Entertaining Filipino French Frostings German
Glossary Greek Holidays Indian Irish
Italian Jewish Korean Lamb Lost Recipes
Low-Cal/Low-Fat Make Ahead Meals Maryland McCall's Mexican
One-Dish Meals Outdoor Grilling Pasta Pennsylvania Dutch Perfect Hostess
Pies Polish Pork Poultry Quiche
Quick Meals Seafood Side Dishes Soul Food Soups
Spanish Tailgating Thai Variety Meat Veal
Vietnamese * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *







This Week's Menu


Here you will find a week's worth of suggested menus.




On July 12, 2004 my son Robert, age 40, passed away from cancer. Needless to say, our family was devastated by his loss, and we miss him every day. He left behind his wife Theresa, and sons John and Chris, his brothers and sisters, many nieces and nephews who he loved and was devoted to.

On October 25, 2008 my daughter Mandy, age 47, suddenly passed away. The loss of another of my children has been devastating. Only parents who have lost a child in any way, can truly understand the pain.


Memorial to My Son Memorial to My Daughter










This site was created in 1998 and is maintained by Lynne.
Last updated March 6, 2013