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A little more than a month ago, Gazette institution and longtime cooking columnist Joyce Michels announced she was hanging up the skillet and retiring after decades of hunting down recipes and pleasing picky readers’ palates.
Dear readers: The recipes today are a very few of the many that you tried, liked and said so.
Dear Joyce: I have used this recipe for Applebee’s Oriental Chicken Salad Dressing sent in to your column by Renee Murdock. She said it was delicious and I agree.
Dear Joyce: Here’s an oldie (1980s) from your column you probably don’t remember.
I've never met her, but she's been to my house for dinner more times than I can count.
Dear Joyce: This is a different cookie recipe.
Dear Joyce: Seems everyone has a cold potato salad recipe. I happen to like this hot German potato salad.
Dear Joyce: I tried this recipe and my family liked it.
Dear Joyce: This is a recipe I believe you don’t have.
Dear Joyce: This is a delicious and easy dessert for the rhubarb season.
Dear Joyce: Found my old recipe for Grasshopper Pie that Marci asked about.
Dear Joyce: This is my recipe for potato salad.
Dear Joyce: Make this for brunch.
Dear Joyce: I noticed you had a sweet potato salad recipe in the column. This is the recipe that came from Butte.
Dear Joyce: I found these recipes in a Wheat Montana cookbook.
Dear Joyce: I am writing to you to see if you have heard of or have a recipe for Mulligan Stew.
Dear Joyce: I found this Irish recipe in an old cookbook of mine.
Dear Joyce: This is an easy bread to make, and what a treat!
Dear Joyce: This is perfect weather for that golden oldie tuna fish casserole.