when i first saw this recipe, i was skeptical, (i mean, salsa and peanut butter??)....but the recipe came from the looney spoons cookbooks, and i have in the past enjoyed everything that has come from there!! surprised me.... the ingredients marry up very well. this recipe is fast and easy to make up and dump into the crock pot....or prepare for the freezer for a later date (instructions for a quick thaw). we loved this one...so much that my lovely daughter took all the leftovers to work and didn't even save me some for my lunch!!
this is my own recipe...which i have fine tuned over the years. it is not low cholesterol unless you would choose to use egg-beaters which will make the stuffing a little less rich in flavor. i have made this with and without meat. this makes enough to st
another chopped salad recipe from a 1999 bh&g i found online. it's very good, kind of sweet and tart. i served it along with kalbi, and it was a perfect foil for the rich grilled beef. leftovers kept well chilled for a couple of days, although the colors
i've been making this casserole since my boys were young--it's one of their favorites. it's a great budget dish and perfect for when you need your texmex "fix"! it also freezes well--i usually make it in two smaller casseroles; one for dinner tonight and
i recently made a duck recipe with a divine glaze, and was inspired to create this recipe. beets are an under-appreciated vegetable. roasting enhances their natural sweetness. this would be a nice accompaniment to roast chicken or pork.
my grandmother used to make this salad dressing that we would use to dip veggies and drizzle over our salads. it's a little tart, but it was a family favorite. my grandmother would mix herbs or finely chopped veggies once in a while into the dressing as w
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