this modified version of 'mom's' chili was a hit at our 2004 christmas party. we made an extra large pot to have some left to freeze but it never made it to the freezer. it was a favorite by all. perfect for any cold and rainy day. you won't find this one
my dh's amish mother raised him on this recipe. he much prefers it over store-bought ketchup. it was a taste i had to acquire, but now my ds's also prefer this type of ketchup. enjoy!
this recipe is posted by request and was originaly from chef sam choy's cookbook
from ann hodgman's
easy one-pot dinner.
this is a dairy free
an original recipe created by chef scott meskan, george's at the cove. we enjoyed this when we visited this restaurant in la jolla, california. this recipe is requested so often, they have it printed and ready at the hostess stand. it's unbeatable at the
a yummy thick chocolate mint brownie from york peppermint patties! get the sensation!
a bakery in winnipeg is famous for this special cake and ship it to all parts of canada. a recipe request column in the winnipeg free press printed this copycat recipe submitted by a reader. enjoy !
this was originally my mom's recipe and used to be a favorite when we were kids. i always requested it for my birthday dinner.
i call this
it's a fun finger food for infants and toddlers that packs a little calcium and vitamin punch. try vegetarian cream cheese and soy yogurt for the lactose intolerant child or children not yet introduced to milk products. cook time is approximate chill time
i couldn't resist! named in honor of one of my all time favorite
yet another one i have not made, but have had for awhile. sounds good and very versatile as you choose what kind of cookies to use! also sounds extremely easy(not to mention quick) as you whip this all up in a blender and put into a storebought crust!! mo
this is from
this recipe allows you the fresh taste of sweet corn-on-the cob all year long. i've been making it for years and will today make it with olathe corn i picked up at the market for 10 ears for $1. it stacks neatly in your freezer and is ready in a jiffy.
this is the perfect pound cake recipe...plus so easy to prepare and only one bowl to wash! this is a firm cake, so if you are into cutting and shaping cakes, this works well. i have used it for christening and communion cakes, creating crosses, etc and us
the story behind this comes from a simple recipe i had found, then made changes to make our own. my husband loved it so much the first time i made it i literally had to say to him
after traveling throughout italy, savoring the fine tastes of bolognese from the many different regions, i decided to formulate my own. try it, you'll love it.
cinnamonophiles will love this one. try it on french toast.
like many family recipes, this one was created out of the need to stretch ingredients. one day when there was just a little chicken, and even less ground beef in the house, an old aunt of mine decreed that the two should be cooked together to make a meal
from the land of lakes cookbook via a friend who knows how i like to play. great as an appetizer spread, rolled in a tortilla, or in sandwiches. lots of possibilities for innovation here! cook time is chilling time.
if you don't like it too hot, leave out the chili peppers and sambal, it will still be a spicy indonesian inspired dish.
tasty & easy are 2 words to describe this recipe. never any leftovers. i usually double this recipe and freeze in meals size amounts. this way i always have somthing to pull from the freezer on days i don't feel like cooking.
what a great banana bread. nice change from your basic banana bread. adjutst spices to taste. candace submitted this recipe at another recipe site.
this recipe is from the paula deen cooking show on the tv food network. originally shown for beef short ribs only, i have found it works as well with pork ribs. i have increased the amount of sauce ingredients - the original amounts didn't seem to be quit
okay, another banana bread recipe...but maybe the other ones don't have at least one ingredient that this one does...my family loves the muffins from this recipe...especially when i make mini-muffins! (i usually halve the recipe!) makes 4 loaves or 60 muf
i wrote this recipe down once while visiting a girl friend(she just had it on an index card) i hadn't even tried it and boy was i not sorry...this is the best! i get rave reviews whenever i make this. my sister in law has actually brought me all the ingre
this is a new invention at our restaurant; it's already receiving rave reviews. :0) much thx to our chief eric. ps. you can cook the sauce before hand and add the squid ink to the sauce when you are cooking the pasta.
these are so easy, and the longer you
by far the best onion soup i've ever eaten...and i love food! it freezes well..just freeze the soup and prepare the bread separately. it sounds like a lot of work but it's not, and it is well worth it. the recipe is supposed to make 8 servings...but in
why a millionaire pound cake? because it's super rich! this scrumptious cake is the pride of an elderly belle from jackson, mississippi. the recipe comes from "the glory of southern cooking" by james villas.
ready, set, cook! special edition contest entry: a mediterranean flavor inspired meatloaf dish. featuring: simply potatoes - shredded hash browns, egg, bacon, spinach, red bell pepper, and goat cheese.
a unique baking method preserves crispness of the crust and yields a slightly spicy, not too sweet pumpkin pie. the name came shortly after someone purchased three of them from me for $75 :-)
this is a recipe that my mother got from some cooking contest in the '50s. it is delicious and filling on a cold night. we all loved it so much that we would call it the 25 billion dollar casserole! unfortunately, my family isn't big on dumplings, so i ca
this is probably #2 of my top ten all time favorites. the recipe won harold freeman of phoenix $150 in a newspaper contest probably 20 years ago. he should have easily won $500, as i've made many life long friends equally addicted to harold's tipsy brea
i made this recipe myself when i was 13. i was on here trying to find a recipe for potato soup because i liked my mom's so much. when i was looking, i couldn't find a simple recipe for it that looked good, so i decided to make my own. now, my soup taste
a hearty and comforting soup from the minnesota scandinavian chapter of the united states regional cookbook, culinary arts institute of chicago, 1947. overnight soaking not included in preparation time.
according to the site where i found this recipe, this soup is traditionally served on thursdays and is usually followed by crepe-like pancakes and whipped cream and preserves for dessert. a teaspoon of grainy brown mustard on top of each serving helps to
my niece shwana loves this! she always writes my name "ant" kelly when we play rummy or scrabble - started when she was little and stuck. i always make this when we go tubing in wisconsin. prep time includes does not include time to marinate.
my neighbor frannie came up with the idea for this cheesecake. her husband and mine (who are on the atkins diet) both love it! this cake is sweetened with splenda. makes 12 servings, 6 to 8 grams of carbs each.
i snagged this off of a website and made my own adjustments. these can be refrigerated overnight after shaping. let rise about 45 minutes at room temp before baking whether or not you refrigerate.
created spontaneously to handle a carby pasta bake craving but this turned out to be amazingly delicious! a unique, tasty side or main dish that's healthy and low carb, too.
this is, again, from vegweb.com. this got absolutely amazing reviews over there, so i'm guessing it's pretty darn good (multiple users said it would even fool the dairy lovers)! a few users suggested only using half the recommended amount of tofu (1 12o
from january, 2011's issued of southern living. this is an easier version of the original because it uses pre-cooked chicken and canned broth. don't forget...heat your oil good before adding the flour for a flavorful and fast roux. good for oamc, too.
ok, there are different version of burek (some eastern europeans even greeks) roll a fresh dough and then spend more time rolling, folding and waiting. but if you're like me and my mom, use phyllo! it's quick and you can always keep it in the freezer. i
this is easy to make, although a bit pricey with the cost of mincemeat these days! but it's the best i ever tasted!
it may not actually cure cancer. it is probably the best soup i have ever had and make at least twice a month if not more. the recipe is easily doubled and as it sits in the fridge it gets better and better.
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