my sister in law, cassie, made this as a side dish, and it was so good that i wanted to share it!
received this in chatting with a texas cook a few years ago, and, as we all have our own views of "chili" today, this is where it all got started (actual credit to texas governmor ann richards, who attribuited jim perry of the xit ranch in the texas panha
this is a hearty and oh-so-delicious salsa/salad/dip (i can not really decide what to consider it). great on tortilla chips or right off of a spoon!! it's a good idea to soak your diced avacados briefly in a little lemon juice right after prepping to he
i made this last year for a baby shower and it was a huge success. it was originally from the pampered chef website, but i couldn't find it there any longer. that's when i decided i should post it here so that i won't accidentally lose it. very delicio
i had not thought about apricots for a long time, but we had an apricot dish when a group that i belong to ate at the woodford reserves for our christmas celebration. their apricots did have bourbon and were delicious and a little different than the usua
yet another recipe from the local paper that i want to try ... some day. i did try this recently and we all really liked it. next time i think i'll place a small amount of blue cheese on top of the chicken when it comes out of the oven and is served. t
ready, set, cook! hidden valley contest entry. i like this recipe because of the combination of blue cheese and the spice of the cajun seasoning. using ranch dressing in the sauce adds more seasoning flavors to the sauce. the sauce is not smooth but i
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