this recipe was published in a southern living magazine and my sister and i love it. you must use a kitchen aid mixer or similar stand mixer! you cannot use a hand mixer or rotary bowl mixer. easy and yummy. you can glaze with thinned apricot preserves
i was in the mood for chili but i couldn't find a good recipe that i liked. so i took some ideas and created this. =) of course you can use half a jalepeno, or a chili, or use no pepper for a mild chili- but the jalepeno gives it a nice kick! add more or
from organic gardening magazine summer 2004. an interesting variation on lemon rice for herb lovers using not lemon juice rather lemon scented herbs. try this with asian or greek themed meals! i purposefully did not use stock for this recipe so that the f
yummy! this is my all-time favorite homemade candy. i love the combination of buttery toffee with nuts and chocolate! it's really easy to make- you don't even need a candy thermometer for this one. sometimes i use pecans instead of almonds and i love
i love this recipe because it's very simple to prepare and cook and is a hit at the dinner table. from my experience the best kind of bacon is to use the "center cut" type, it's more meat than fat and very tasty.
an easy and low calorie side dish that could be served with any meat dish. i found this in everyday food magazine and have use vidalia onions and added garlic for our taste. the vidalia's are soooo sweet!
a banana's foster bottom layer adds a tasty twist on the traditional favorite. i make this the night before a bake the following morning. i was able to plate the casserole banana side up. this was my first time making this and my 8 year old son really e
this is one of the most simple meals that i make i put it all the ingredients in the crockpot and later i have a very simple yet filling meal for my family.i use pink beans but you could use whatever you want. i serve mine with rice and a bit of cheese o
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