looking for a quick but tasty dinner idea? serve with rice pilaf and a nice vegetable or salad and you've got a recipe for success. prep time includes marinating time.
best made with a crisp & tart apple, like granny smith, if you know someone with a tree take some of theirs - they're generally not as sweet as the supermarket varieties. brown sugar is to taste, but the maple syrup will make it sweeter. cook time doesn't
i have had this mac and cheese and it truly is awesomely rich and creamy! i had totally forgotten how good it was until i opened the june 2006 issue of midwest living and there it was. no more trips to chicago to get it, here is the recipe!
some here turned me onto this a long time ago and i could have sworn it was posted but i can't find it. just wanted to share. if the iced tea a use is sweetened i substitute fresh squeezed lemon juice for the lemonade.
quick and tasty salad i found when looking for ideas for a luau. wonderful as is, but i am also going to try adding chicken breast pieces and peanuts for a delicious chinese chicken salad. adapted from a recipe i found on partyshop.com. the only cooking i
a good southern dish! this dish graces the table at buffets, potlucks and in homes in the south. also known as "butter beans" and are grown in small home gardens. when purchasing a frozen bag or box of these wonderful beans be sure to buy the kind whic
i usually bake these in the oven for about 1 hour at 325 dregees, then top with cheddar cheese the last 15 minutes of baking, but that is only optional. they even taste better the next day, that is if you have any left lol!
this recipe is for the ever-popular chicken nugget. it uses polenta and finely grated parmesan cheese as the crumb mixture. should serve 6 children or 4 adults. these are great nuggets and they are gluten free! feel free to add some spices or seasoning
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