Today my family and I are having a lazy Sunday – watching TV, arguing with Disney folks on Twitter, drinking coffee, and generally just hanging around. I thought I might bake something, so pulled out my file of beloved recipe clippings that I return to time and time again.
As I was flipping through my file, I came across two recipe cards that I haven’t used in quite a while, and thought you might enjoy.
I picked these up at our first time eating at the Hollywood Brown Derby in 2006, in what was then Disney-MGM Studios.
We were talking with our server about how much we loved the Cobb Salad and Grapefruit cake, so she ran off and brought back these awesome recipe cards. If you know me, you know that my house is a bit of a mess. But somehow, I’ve managed to hang on to these gems through 7 years and a house move.
I’ve made the grapefruit cake several times with excellent results. Here’s the recipe card. It says right on it that it may not be reproduced without express permission…I hope that doesn’t include this picture.
And here’s the recipe for the famous Cobb Salad. I’ll admit that I haven’t been able to adequately reproduce this one at home. It’s more about the technique than the recipe, and my knife skills and patience are just not up to the task. I’m also not sure exactly what “1 each Bead Garlic, chopped” means. Maybe a clove?
So there you go. I was going to make bread pudding today, but now I’m thinking grapefruit cake…mmmmm.
So I’ll leave you with images of these awesome dishes as prepared by the Hollywood Brown Derby.