this recipe is from governor william j. janklow of south dakota
these are simply beautiful meatballs with many uses. i make huge batches and freeze them; pulling them out during the month to put them to use. i have lightened up the original recipe, using the same ingredients, just a lighter variety. you are certainly
my mom's award-winning corn pie! this is such a great variation on traditional corn side dishes. this recipe is always requested, so be prepared. don't skimp on the cracker crumbs - i go heavy on them in the recipe - and this is truly the best when you us
this is such a tasty side dish!!!! i love it with beef, but have made it with everything. although it's a little time-consuming at the beginning, they are really very easy to make. you can wrap the beans ahead and keep in the refrigerator until ready to b
from the my great recipes collection. the discription reads: "quick and delicious, this interesting combination of crunch ingredients makes an appealing salad to serve with a sandwich or with a meal."
entered for safe-keeping, from bal arneson, "spice goddess". i generally enjoy her recipes and i can't wait to try this lightened version of one of our favorite dishes, a very mild curry. i started using grapeseed oil because of bal; it has a high smoke
a ton of antioxidents in this healthy drink! i adapted this from "french women don't get fat" by mireille guiliano, but made substantial changes to the amounts. did you know?... dark honey has more antioxidants than light honey.
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