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!
ready, set, cook! special edition contest entry. this is a leftover meal. seems like everyone always is looking for ways to use leftover potatoes. this recipe is untraditional and unique. great to get the kids involved to help shape the gnocchi.
my son asked for cheeseburger soup, and having never made it i researched 'zaar. while i was browsing i had a vision: the best bacon-cheeseburger and fries i ever had, chopped into a soup or chowder. this is my vision realized. it came out even better tha
a easy & no clean up way to do your bacon. i had to add a t. of pepper because you need more then 1 ingriedent, skip unless you want your bacon peppery!
this is a great salad from an excellent restaurant (or it was the last time i was there). this salad makes an excellent lunch. add a crusty roll for a light summer supper. the dressing is excellent. i posted the cook time as 0 but of course you have to co
i love the classic 7 layer salad and i love veggies so i just kept adding more ingredients and now it's an 11 layer salad. i made it for thanksgiving one year and it was the talk of the party and gobbled up fast. i have been told this is the best layer sa
this recipe is from "any blonde can cook."
this is a wonderful party tray addition to any buffet. create a variety of different roll-ups for your party using sliced mushrooms and swiss cheese. how about a reubin roll up? the photo we submitted is a cheesesteak roll up first using mayo and horserad
here's how to turn that salt cured ham into a delicious breakfast bacon. do not use the ham slice you find in the refrigerated section of your grocery store. you can however, use leftover bone-in baked ham as even the smallest pieces will taste so good (n
a perfect party snack, serve this in a toasted bread bowl for an outstanding presentation. when all the dip is used up from the excess bread, just pie slice the bread bowl and voila!, there's more. also great served with crostini bread, tortillas, dorito
super fast & easy! feel free to substitute another ready made sauce or your favorite homemade. this variety just happens to be our current favorite. a great add, of course, is mushrooms!
a comfort food recipe. very filling this dish is a family favorite and never is there left overs. the chicken and bacon can be cooked ahead as a timesaver for a very easy and quick dish to put together.
i little variation on a traditional recipe for all the fellow weight watchers.
this is based on a popular dish at t's restaurant in chicago. but i modified what i tasted and added a touch of bacon to really give it some heartiness. whoever you serve this to will immediately declare it the best mac 'n' cheese they've ever had. unite
this came from the website allrecipes.com.i thought this was neat how they have the red,white and blue colors in it. perfect for a 4th of july picnic.
this is a copycat recipe of 54th street bar & grill's "southwest tortilla wraps". absolutely delicious! description from 54th street's menu: fire grilled chicken, romaine lettuce, parmesan cheese, jalapeno bacon, tortilla strips and pico de gallo tosse
there are many layered dip recipes out there - i have a couple of excellent ones in my collection, too. but this is a tasty new version that i think you'll enjoy! :)
this has got to be the easiest appetizer in the world ! it has 2 ingredients and anyone who has tried these just loves them! my plate always comes home empty....so enjoy !
*note: this is a 2 egg omelet meant for those who do not like a lot of egg.
you can smell the bacon from the outside the house. fall is approaching and the wind has picked up a little bit, and a nice breeze is blowing from the south, which in turn transfers the aroma of fresh bacon right out the window and into your nose. dennis
easy and tasty
i was looking for a different type of burger and came up with these. they are moist and flavorful.
this recipe is from chef vitaly paley/paley's place in portland, oregon.
a.1. original sauce recipe contest entry. they say the way to a man's heart is through his stomach. and what better way than with steak, marinated in my a.1. original sauce marinade!
a.1. original sauce recipe contest entry. these little nibbles are sure to wow your guests the tangy bite of the a1 sauce juxtaposed against the creaminess of the polenta cake will make you the hostess with the mosses!
this is out of an old church cookbook, who can pass up cheese and bacon together? i love this on baked potatoes.
this is the exact hot slaw recipe from the world famous forest view gardens that used to be in cincinnati. unfortunately the place closed down years ago but that won't stop you from recreating the exact recipe they used in your own kitchen! what i have be
i did not, get this from any one ! this is a hand-me down recipe, my mom, grandma, her mom ect.... like it love, "tweek" it to your own taste. i have never been told yuck just where did you get this recipe? simple, tasty, smokey and loved !
wanted a savory squash recipe. tweaked an existing one from betty crocker to make a side dish; now i've got a keeper that's a meal!
i've always loved those bacon wrapped jalapenos that people make at bbq's but i could never eat them without either burning my mouth from the molten cream cheese filling or squirting it out all over myself. not to mention how difficult it is to try and fi
adapted from best of scandinavian cooking. posted for zwt6.
i had this at a church function and searched out the person who brought it, so i could request the recipe. this is a fantastic recipe for using up leftover thanksgiving turkey. or, if you don't have any leftovers, it's also very good with rotisserie chi
use regular or peppered bacon. good in salads, sandwiches, topping for baked potatoes, breakfast, etc. should work with vegetarian bacon, too. this recipe came about as part of a salad i was working on creating-unfortunately without success (i discovered
taken from the bonefish grill website. haven't tried it yet, but sounds so very good!
this pot roast needs no knives... it's tender and absolutely delicious.
abc pizza. creamy and gooey pizza. out of the ordinary pizza. this is total comfort food. it comes together quickly with the use of premade alfredo sauce and pizza crust.
this is the best pizza i have ever tried. even if you don't like mushrooms (i for one do not like mushrooms), or alfredo sauce you will probably will still think this is amazing! this is probably the best pizza i have ever had! i love it! warning: may g
a good meal for a cold day. add biscuits and strawberry jam.....
this is a great change to the average bacon cheese burger. the kids love them because the bacon doesn't fall out when they're eating the burger. i usually double the recipe and mix 1 lb lean ground beef and 1 lb lean ground turkey. you can also substit
super burger from kraft with minor additions.
this recipe is small, so it can be doubled or tripled depending on how much you need.
this is a tasty & easy appetizer that can be made ahead and frozen unbaked if you wish.
this is a lovely appetizer for summer time!
posted for zwt7 from a taste of switzerland by sue style. times are approximate and do not include time for cooking the macaroni and potatoes.
who eats quiche? make one and watch it disappear. makes a great brunch item.
easy little alsatian pizzas.
this recipe is an old family favorite. the potatoes are delicious and a great comfort food! enjoy!
this is a beautiful recipe that we are always begging my mummy to make. me and my brother literally could live of this stuff.
i created this recipe after looking at a few different quiche recipes. you can change the main ingredients to make this any type of quiche you like. it always turns out great! one tip is to spray the pie pan with non stick spray before you put the crust
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