Mary Loh, Sue's mom, got this recipe from her mother, who was born in Macon, Georgia. In the Conley household, the holidays aren't complete without a few dozen batches of these, baked, packed in tins, and given to neighbors and cousins. Use excellent quality Sharp Cheddar or our organic Wagon Wheel.
Our three-cheese lasagna layered with mushrooms and spinach feels like an edible squeeze. Our rule: assemble a lasagna like you would a pizza—with a light hand. Forget about over-stuffed layers and an overflowing casserole dish. You want to scatter just enough cheese and vegetables to flavor, but not overwhelm.
This soup is called Sidekick because it is the best sidekick to a grilled cheese sandwich. On the menu at our lunch counter in the San Francisco Ferry Building, also called Sidekick, it has many loyal fans.
This recipe makes the lightest pancakes you’ve ever tasted. As Sue Conley writes: "I tossed many a pancake during my eleven happy years as a breakfast cook at Bette’s Oceanview Diner in Berkeley, CA. This...
Featuring a favorite fudge-like Bayley Hazen Blue, smooth & creamy Goat Gouda, and our own spicy-sweet Devil's Gulch from a previous collection. To celebrate this seasonal collection, we thought we'd share a delicious recipe from...
This version of mac and cheese is creamy and simple, so the flavor of your the cheese you use comes through. Choose a good sharp cheddar as a base; you can use all cheddar or a combination of half cheddar and half ends and bits of other cheeses. Some folks add parsley or other herbs before baking, as seen in this photo. Peggy and I like to make it without herbs. - Sue Conley & Peggy Smith (Co-Founders)
Bread pudding’s savory counterpart, this dish is the definition of comfort food and is guaranteed to be a hit on your holiday table. Packed full of flavor with andouille sausage, herbs and Cowgirl Crème Fraiche and Wagon Wheel.