horseradish is one of my favorite condiments as well as cranberry sauce. this is sweet and hot. i enjoy it on a smoked turkey & swiss sandwich, but also good alongside baked ham or roast beef.
a favorite from a local restaurant no longer in business. not an authentic mexican chile relleno, but a crispy, flaky version.
a little different, and oh so good. i include these when making up candy trays, as gifts, at christmas time.
my husband made these up last week, very tasty, he liked them because they were easy.
my children and their friends ask for my homemade popsicles morning, noon and night. i never turn them down; who am i to tell them that they are good for them! for variety i substitute different flavours of frozen juice - grape, fruit punch, tropical etc.
stefan and emily used to make this stuff when her herb garden was overly productive. the last batch i made was with a blend of thyme, summer savoury, basil, oregano and a bay leaf.
anytime munchies...another sweat free preparation for all of you !
i don't know where i got this, but it works. the whipped cream will keep for a week in the fridge without deflating... great for party make-ahead.
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.
cinnamonophiles will love this one. try it on french toast.
you just have to try it to believe it.
i first tasted these light, crunchy, twist on grapes at a mother/daughter tea. they are absolutely wonderful and they make very pretty garnishes!
this is a great smoothie, thick and creamy. my husband loves it, i think the kids would like it too.
this a wonderful hot dip for chips that seems to attract men (everytime we serve it, the men are always gathered around this dish)
these are so easy, and the longer you
i've been making this glaze for years. it has 3 ingredients and can't be any easier to make. you can use coke if you want, but i was told because of the higher content of sugar, that the dr. pepper is best. either way, it is easy & really good!
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.
spinach lightly sautéed in butter
good, simple sandwich.
saw this on the rachael ray show while resting the other day and had to write it down. this looks so good and so easy peasy. how hard is opening a can of biscuits or frying up some bacon? can you smell the maple syrup too? yum-o!
using this marinade/spray will insure that your grilled meats are tender and tasty every time. try it on beef or pork ribs, beef brisket, pork butt or chicken. you'll love the results!
not healthy but oh-so-good! great pot luck dish.
this came out of a need to use some extra imitation crab that i had. i think it would be equally good with shrimp or real crab meat.
we named this smoothie the "creamsicle" smoothie, because to us, it's tastes just like a creamsicle. so good!
actually an excellent drink to de-stress and feel pepped up--beating nausea was just another benefit ;-)
a light and delicious dessert which takes no time at all to prepare but looks and tastes wonderful
my mom used to work at a department store that served these at their snack bar. although that was years ago, my family still loves these sandwiches...great for lunch or a quick dinner with a bowl of soup.
this is something my grandma made at christmas. i don't know where she originally got the recipe but the recipe card for it has her handwriting on it. i call them german carrots because grandma's grandparents came over from germany. my family mostly eats
i love figuring out what's in the packaged foods that i like. this should be easy enough for even the most novice cook.
if your british, you've been subjected to this tart and delicious english condiment. this is an exact match for the store bought version. don't pass this recipe up because it looks too simple. it's an exact copy of "laings" pickled onions.
use all the left overs from past desserts.
the man of the house loves rice crispie treats, but he always complains that i don't make thick enough or enough of them. so i have increased the original recipe to an amount that actually lasts more than 1 day !!these are soft & chewy and will stay that
this cool and creamy dip is a refreshing treat for a hot summer day. serve it with cut up fresh or grilled fruit. from kraft kitchens.
i saw this dish on a tv travel channel. it was served at an up scale diner on one of the hawian isles. i recall the name of the diner as being "mike's", but i don't remember the name of this dish!
this recipe was supposedly developed from a conversation overheard between 2 old ladies on a bus. many thanks to those old girls for a quick, easy, and tasty recipe.
this is now one of my favorite chocolate frostings. i got it from "the chocolate cake mix doctor" by anne byrn. i have made a few changes to the recipe. actually, i didn't have the 1 cup of semisweet chocolate chips that the original recipe called for. le
this is a wonderful quick bread to make as an acompaniment to most any dish. it is very versatile and delicious 1 :-)
the greek lady that made this recipe said that there are lots of sexy greeks in her country! this cocktail will help you get friendly with them! :) enjoy!
i found this recipe online. the idea here is that you put all the sauce ingredients in a freezer bag along with the chicken, freeze it, and then thaw it and dump it into a pan to cook. i find that premixing this sauce helps, though, as it is fairly thick.
one of the first questions i asked on this site was for homemade v-8 juice. have been constantly looking until the other day at the dentist office when the assistant gave me her mother's recipe. wow!, so simple and so good.07/19/08: update! i made a larg
i went to my friends to watch the u of l game and they had this dip. now i make it for every party and everyone wants to know what is in it and how to make it. this ia a big crock pot size.
this is a long-time favorite recipe of our lancaster county, pa family passed down from my mom. she gets requests for it all the time and has to make double or triple this amount now whenever she makes it so everyone has some to take along home too. for m
these wings fall apart in your mouth, your guests or family will be fighting over them.
serve it liberally on pancakes, ice creams or just have a spoonful of it any time!
based on a recipe from ray foley's the ultimate little martini book containing over 1000 martini recipes.
i take this dip to almost every gathering i go to.....and have never had to haul any of it home! it's never had a real name, but when people ask what's in it?/how do you make it?, the response is always the same: "it's so easy. five things and stir!".
yummmmmy! my amish mother-in-law shared this passed-down-the-generations recipe, and it is amazing! hard to beat - and goes well with almost any flavor of cake! enjoy!
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