This cookbook is from my mom's church. I use it all the time, it's one of those good "churchy" cookbooks, with everyone's best recipes.
As you can tell, this one is older....they typed everything up on a typewriter, made copys and put a spiral binder thru it...all themselves.
I'm not sure what "Koinonia" means. I think it's an Indian word--Native American. I'm not sure why they would use it.... maybe it means GREAT RECIPES!!
Inside the front cover is a very poorly photo-copied picture of my mom's church... the church I got married in 32 years ago.
We were invited to a BBQ, in hopes that the weather would turn nice--it didn't, and we were asked to take a salad. I made this macaroni/seafood salad to count towards my Cookbook Countdown. I'm also going to link to Weekend Cooking, a weekly meme hosted by Beth Fish Reads
1 Tbsp salt
3 qt. boiling water
4 oz salad or shell macaroni
3/4 cup salad shrimp or tuna
1/2 cup diced celery
1/2 cup sweet pickle relish
1/2 cup mayonnaise
Add salt to boiling water. Gradually add macaroni and cook until tender (about 10 minutes.) Drain thoroughly. Combine macaroni, shrimp, celery, relish and mayonnaise. Toss lightly to mix well. Arrange on lettuce in a bowl or on individual salad plates. Sprinkle with chopped parsley. Chill.
I would definatly make this one again, everyone seemed to like it. I've never actually used a recipe for a macaroni salad tho....
....this one had a lot more relish than I usually use. I usually use pickles, but the sweet relish was good with the shrimp.