this is a quick and simple dish to make when you've had a busy day. low in calories and it tastes good!! if you like your green beans crunchy, this is perfect. if you prefer tender, i would recommend blanching or boiling beans for a minute before putting them in foil. a friend found this recipe and made it on the grill when we went camping, but i've also made it at home in the oven.
another one of my no-flame-required, kid-friendly recipes. i remember making these in my after school program in grade school and loving them. they are a great wholesome activity for kids parties...just make sure an adult slices the apples. my favorite
this recipe goes back to the early 80's, i still make it once in a while, it's a really tasty and easy dish to throw together, if you have freezer ready beef all ready cooked and frozen in the freezer, just thaw on defrost in the microwave, and just throw
if you like pasta, you're going to love this recipe from everyday with rachael ray's magazine (oct '09). she has a "secret ingredient" that adds an unexpected zest to the ordinary ingredients: anchovies. she notes in her recipe that " even if you thin
when i first saw this recipe i saw orange juice in the ingredient list and i thought, no, i don't think so. but i decided to give it a try and gave it to my bloody mary loving husband to give it the final approval. he gives it a very outstanding rating!
by name it may not sound like much, but chicken bog - a one-pot dish of chicken, smoky sausage, and white rice - is a delicious dish from south carolina kitchens, packing hearty taste into every last bite.
this is so good! it makes a wonderful dish for a brunch get together. plan ahead this needs to chill for 6 hours. you can really use any kind of cheese for this, i have even used provolone. don't cube the bread slices for this, leave the bread in one slic
if you love chicken and cheese then you will love this recipe! it has been a long time hit with family and friends. i've passed it on to almost every person who has tried it for them to cook it themselves. enjoy!
a great way to recycle leftover meat. a thrifty variation on city chicken, this dish might or might not actually contain chicken. from the mississippi valley chapter of the united states regional cookbook, culinary arts institute of chicago, 1947. deli
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