i don't know who susie is, but my mom has made this salad for years and it is my absolute favorite! everyone requests this dish whenever we go to barbecues! don't add the dressing until right before serving or the salad will become soggy. i have made this with lower-fat versions of the dressing ingredients with good results, so feel free to lighten it up.
i adapted this recipe from #54866 and had so many tweaks and changes from the original that i needed to put this one down so i could remember it all. i've omitted alot of the oil from the original to lighten it up. this is great for summer time bbq's a
try this easy-to-prepare recipe that gives cauliflower an asian twist. one serving also provides 148% of the daily value (dv) for vitamin c, 13% dv for potassium and 12% dv for fiber. and it tastes great served cold the next day. enjoy
i got this recipe out of either gourmet or bon apetite years ago. the bacon and leek combination with the nutmeg is great. it is easily doubled, reheats in the microwave easily, and freezes well. we often have this for breakfast during the week.
this is a great way to use up soft bananas. this nutritious and energy giving cake doesn't break up easily,making it good for the childrens packed lunch boxes.the parkin keeps really well in a covered container for up to two months.
breaded beef steaks from my 1000 mexican recipes cookbook. a favorite of my husband's, better than at our favorite local mexican restaurant. for condiments sour cream, guacamole, and salsa are always good, and for sides we prefer spanish rice and black
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