these are great for the hot summer! it's easy and can be made ahead. cooking time is freezing time.
i can't seem to make enough of this sauce--and i triple the recipe every time. my family uses it on eggs, hash browns, taco's and burritos (of course). so, if you like this type of thing, this is the sauce for you!
you will be amazed at how corn on the cob which usually took 30 minutes to an hour now takes 2 minutes per ear. my grandmother was out here in denver visiting me (she is from alabama) and she showed me this. i couldnt beleive how a microwave could do an
i get recipe requests every time i make this cake. i think the original recipe came from taste of home. i have a kitchenaid mixer with the shredder attachment and use that to shred up the carrot, apple, and even the toasted pecans, but any shredder will
i make this every once in a while and it is fantastic. i noticed there are only a couple of recipes for this on here and neither of them call to marinade the steak in beer, which is how i've seen it done traditionally and how i was taught so i thought i'd
asparagus and beef roll, seasoned with teriyaki sauce, and grilled. an extremely simple dish to prepare which makes an elegant presentation as an appetizer; it also works well as the main dish served over steaming white rice.
a tasty and easy way to savor the last of the turkey. you can sub any meat ie: chicken, tuna, lobster, crab etc. we do whatever i have in the pantry or what's on sale. this goes over well with any age. also see recipe #50087.
not sure where i originally got this, but it's delicious! i'm not a big banana lover, but the flavor works well in this cookie and you can either make regular sized cookies or large cookies to make an ice cream sundae with. they are moist.
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