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Welcome to Tim and Victor’s Totally Joyous Recipes

We have recipes from family reunions, heart-healthy from the ’90s, artery-clogging from the ’60’s, rustic breads, gooey desserts, hundreds of recipes from friends and family, quick and easy ideas, and whatever we decided to pull together for dinner.

Eclectic, to say the least.

And eclectic really does sum up what it’s all about – fun food for fun people with something for any occasion.

Peruse the site and have some fun! There are several thousand recipes just waiting for you!


The Cookbook Collection

THE COOKBOOK COLLECTION

 

 FAMILY

AND

FRIENDS

 

 

This is a collection of recipes from family and friends, TV personalities, and stuff just found along the way.

There are handwritten recipes from long-gone relatives and things we’ve recently found.  There’s no real rhyme or reason to anything other than they’re things we like.

Because that’s really what it’s all about.

THE RECIPES

THE COOKBOOK COLLECTION

 

TIM’S

MOM’S

COOKBOOKS

 

 

Here it is!  Tim’s Mom’s collection of recipes from the 1960s and 1970s.  Days when cooking was definitely more fun and adventurous!

The two original loose leaf binders contain recipes culled from magazines and newspapers, as well as handwritten recipes by her, her mother, and other friends and relatives.

THE RECIPES

THE COOKBOOK COLLECTION

 

RECIPES

FROM

VILLA MODICA

 

 

Villa Modica is located in Modica, province of Ragusa, in Sicily – in the southeastern corner of the island. Close to Syracusa, Catania, and easy driving to Mount Etna, it’s the perfect location.

Our hosts, George and his lovely wife, Antonella, were the epitome of Sicilian hospitality.

George has a collection of recipes on his Villa Modica website that I have copied here for convenience.

If you ever have the opportunity to visit Sicily, there is only one place to stay.

THE RECIPES
Flour Power

THE COOKBOOK COLLECTION

 

FLOUR

POWER

 

 

A collection of sweet and savory baked goods made with various types of flour.

There are pies, cakes, cookies, yeast breads, quick breads, and handmade pastas – something for everyone.

THE RECIPES

THE COOKBOOK COLLECTION

 

RECIPES FROM FORT ROBINSON

FAMILY

REUNION

1

 

 

Family recipes from our first Family Reunion at Fort Robinson, Nebraska in 1986.

They run the gamut from savory to sweet – with something for everyone.

THE RECIPES
Fort Robinson, NE

THE COOKBOOK COLLECTION

 

RECIPES FROM FORT ROBINSON

FAMILY

REUNION

2

 

 

Family recipes from our second Family Reunion at Fort Robinson, Nebraska in 1996. Even more fun foods!

THE RECIPES
Recipes from the Heart

THE COOKBOOK COLLECTION

 

RECIPES

FROM THE

HEART

 

 

These recipes were created for the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics at the University of California, San Francisco Medical Center by menu and recipe coordinator Christine Leishman, who has extensive experience in some of San Francisco’s finest restaurants. They are for anyone who is serious about cooking and eating delicious and healthful foods.

THE RECIPES

THE COOKBOOK COLLECTION

 

 QUICK MEALS

IN

MINUTES

 

 

The majority of these recipes were created when Tim was doing Demo work  and created by Tim, Ruth, and Elizabeth.

Use your imagination and have fun with them. That’s why we made them up in the first place!

THE RECIPES

THE COOKBOOK COLLECTION

 

LITTLE GRAM’S

COOKBOOKS

 

 

“Little Gram” was Mary Ferante, nee Taomina.  She was our sister-in-law Marie’s Grandmother, and, while not exactly a blood relation to us, was nevertheless “Little Grandma” to us as well.  She was spry, active, and ready to talk politics or cooking right up to her passing in July 2008 at 105.  Yes, one hundred and five.

The recipes as written are taken from Grandma’s own notes.

THE RECIPES

THE COOKBOOK COLLECTION

 

HOLIDAY

COOKING

 

 

These are all recipes submitted from all our wonderful family and friends.  Recipes that have been handed down over the years as well as fun foods newly created. A one-stop-shop for all your Holiday Cooking!

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THE COOKBOOK COLLECTION

 

 OTHER

STUFF

 

 

This is a collection of recipes I have had on my computer for years. And years.  I am not sure where most of them ever came from.  I think  a lot of them were collected as ideas for work back in the days when we created recipes. Some of them worked their way into the house under a different guise and a lot of them have never been made in their posted form.

THE RECIPES

You can drop me a line at:  Tim (at) tjrecipes (dot) com