autumn is my favorite time of year to cook! this recipe can be prepared either spicy or sweet, your choice! two of my posted mexican-inspired seasoning mix recipes are offered as suggestions.
this recipe calls for the crust to be prebaked a bit before adding ingredients. feel free to change sausage to ham or bacon. this warms well in the microwave for those late risers.
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!
my italian mil was thoroughly impressed by my non-italian treatment of her olives. they are great appetizers and condiments to your fav pasta.(from the vancouver sun) ps. cook time include fridge time
this recipe is posted by request and was originaly from chef sam choy's cookbook
i'd have to say that this is a labor of love dish, but i give you my word that this recipe is better than bush's. enjoy! oh, and also this recipe is easily doubled. in fact, i think it turns out better when it is.
a favorite from a local restaurant no longer in business. not an authentic mexican chile relleno, but a crispy, flaky version.
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
hey! i found this in a cookbook that recognizes different kinds of food from around the world. my brother made this in the 7th grade for 'food and consumer science' (facs, or home ec) as the meal made on his own. everyone loved it, and i came across it th
ok - my heritage has been revealed. :) these are simply wonderful. a favorite among our community, they're sure to bring a smile to your face. enjoy!
made this as a side dish for mexican meatballs (#58471)because my oldest won't do rice. even she liked it!
from crescent dragonwagon's
we usually use with chicken. my neices ask for this by name
this is from
source: kbyu's culinary creations with mary crafts
you just have to try it to believe it.
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.
i made this up when i had an avocado that was getting too ripe and some leftover cilantro. it's good with chips or cut-up veggies, as a topping for mexican food or baked potatoes, etc. totally vegan and even my husband liked it.
you'll know why i call it truth serum after you've finished one of these ! be careful, they are strong. i avoid margarita mixes, because they seem to taste so artificial--there is no substitute for fresh lime juice. when limes are on sale, i buy lots and
for lovers of pecans and chocolate...
i got this recipe from a co-worker, her family calls it johnny mazetti, it is a wonderful comfort meal, i skip mushrooms because of my kids. served with bread its always a welcome meal in my family
this is mom's favorite chocolate cake. easy to make and has a little different twist. also has no eggs or dairy products. pick your favorite frosting for the top--mom likes 7-minute the best.
these are so easy, and the longer you
this is the recipe that we use at my school cafeteria for chocolate chip cookies. they must be the best chocolate chip cookies i have ever had! if you don't have margarine or don't like it, then just use butter (softened) instead.
even if you hate squash, you will love this. the flavor of the south come to life. try it, you'll love it, i promise!
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.
by chef anthony fielding at poncho's wreck restaurant in wilmington, vermont.
this is one of our all time favorite chicken bbq recipes. the recipe produces a spicy moist, flavorful bbq chicken. you might say its one of our signature bbq recipes. the idea for the chicken came out of a bargain bin. the store was selling 3 cookbooks f
the mayonnaise in this may sound strange, but it it the "secret ingredient" that makes the cake so moist. i recommend not using miracle whip as it contains spices and flavorings that might alter the taste. they make great cupcakes too.
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 :-)
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.
this bbq sauce will stick to your ribs! you can also use it for chicken and pork, heck, just about any meat. if grilling, put sauce on during the last few minutes so it doesn’t just burn on your grill. serve additional sauce on the side.
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!
this is my own concoction. i got my mom's regular potato soup recipe and completely changed it to make this wonderful dish. right now it's the middle of july and about 100 degrees out, and my husband requested this for lunch - i guess it's a soup for all
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.
this is another hit from my uncle's restaurant. it is a simply elegant dish, & although it takes time, it will be worth the praise you get!
not healthy but oh-so-good! great pot luck dish.
i know fish is good for you, but i’m one of those people that don't care for the "fishy taste" that some fish seem to have. my so convinced me to try different types of mild fish, so i decided to try orange roughy, and used my fried chicken recipe. this r
you see chicken fingers and cow (steak :)) fingers, so i thought why not pig (pork) fingers? i changed my fried pork chop recipe and came up with this. feel free to sprinkle more pepper and seasoning salt before frying. this is really easier than it lo
the creaminess comes from cashew butter (and banana, too!) from flutternutbutters.com.-slightly altered. so wonderful on a blustery autumn day!
tender, garlicky and full of oregano 'n stuff! start this one a day ahead; the beef slices need an overnight stay in da gravy to be at their best. and please don't overcook the roast! as it rests right out of the oven and as it's reheated it'll stop mooin
i got this recipe from my mom in law. i am not a big fan of bran muffins, but these are something different. crunchy, moist, and yummy!
i can't seem to make enough of this sauce--and i triple the recipe every time. my family uses it on eggs, hash browns, taco's and burritos (of course). so, if you like this type of thing, this is the sauce for you!
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