this dish is inspired by the sweet and savory combination of moroccan-style seasoning. preparation time does not include marination time.
this is a simple glaze for roasted turkey that makes a wonderful sweet rich gravy from the drippings.
this is one of those recipes that caught my eye. it was recently published in our local newspaper. i haven't actually prepared it yet. plan to do so this weekend. it is quick and sounds full of flavor and spice.
this is a snack food recipe i have had for nearly 30 years. it is very filling and has a tendency to expand when consumed with liquids; therefore, eat sparingly and gradually to avoid bloated feeling. it is especially great for backpacking or camping tr
this is a recipe i've fiddled with a little bit over the years, and is usually what the kids ask for every morning for breakfast! i use a griddle that makes about 9 at a time, with one ladle-full of batter per pancake, so if you make them bigger or smalle
perfect for the grill . . . the delicate fish grills on squares of foil over indirect heat for moist results.
not really a recipe but having this on hand in the freezer gets dinner on the table in no time flat! check out my public cookbook for recipes to use this in. in addition, you will also need a good knife (electric works best) and 10 medium ziploc freezer b
this has been around at least since the 60's and remains a hit at parties. younger folks tend not to be familiar with it but love it. use any flavor of ro*tel tomatoes and green chiles you want, but i like the mild. the recipe comes from the label on t
not core, but very low in points just the same! 3 points per serving. submitted by deafjrt
i love the flavor of herbs and chicken! it is just heavenly.
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.
from www.topsecretrecipes.com twisted cavatappi pasta, tossed in a lightly spiced 3 sauce with roasted red peppers and topped with parmesan parsley breadcrumbs.
from: "classic vegetarian cooking from the middle east & north africa" by habeeb salloum. arabian gulf
the cheese in this recipe is actually supposed to be queso chihuahua cheese, but the site won't allow it. this is a recipe i was given by a cook at our local authentic mexican restaurant after trying for years to figure it out on my own. goes great on an
these two-bite tarts filled with sun-dried tomatoes, basil and cheese disappear as quickly as the go together.
years ago, my grandmother got this recipe from my aunt's first grade teacher! i don't like chicken all that well, but this recipe is delicious. ***marinating time is not included in cooking and preparation time.
my family loves this pork roast! the applesauce recipe can be doubled if desired.
i recently got home from my fishing trip to alaska and came home with 39 lbs. of silver salmon. let the recipe testing begin. this took minutes to prep and only about 30 minutes to cook. it was light and very tasty.
this recipe is simply something i threw together one night. after posting it on cooking light's bulletin board it became such an enormous success, it was suggested i submit my recipe to the magazine. cooking light's version of psycho chicken appeared as t
we spend a month in destin, florida every year. this is a favorite in that area and is delicious. if you can't find grouper, use another firm white fish.
i used to maintain a website called "guide to living alone" which featured some good recipes for one person. this recipe is one i put together for my friend ellen, because it was one of her favorite sidedishes at a chinese restaurant we frequented. the
this is a classic what some might call bbq sandwiches. while true bbq afficianados will certainly deny it the term bbq, it's sweet tomatoey , beefy tang is always an easy crowd pleaser. besides being delicious on a bun, it's a wonderful topper for baked
from notebook february 2006. this recipe needs to be started at least 6 hours ahead or up to 1 day in advance.
my mother used to make this for us as a special treat. i don't know where she got this recipe or what it is called (hence the title). my husband loves this and encouraged me to submit it. this recipe is full of sugar and oil and is as unhealthy as a deser
i made this last night for dinner and it is yummy! i made a low fat version for ww.
recipe from food network kitchens.
this is so simple. a pan-fried chicken and gravy recipe that goes great with a simple salad and mashed potatoes (to sop up all the creamy gravy). i love shaker cooking, i think i got this recipe about 40 years ago at the hancock shaker village.
serve with recipe #529323 (ginger soy dipping sauce). inspired by: http://www.allaboutsushiguide.com having the ahi at room temperature ensures the center isn't too chilled due to the short sear time.
this simple ham and cheese goes great with a nice bowl of tomato soup, or you favorite soup. this is a k.i.s.s. recipe (keep it simple stupid)! lol you can't mess this one up, nor would you want to fool with it.
another great recipe from giada's everyday italian.
we eat at manale's in new orleans a lot, and this is much like their signature dish. hot french bread, cold beer and a green salad makes for a great informal party.
this is my dad's meatloaf recipe, that we've spent years "perfecting." this meatloaf is a huge crowd pleaser-- popular with anyone who loves cheese and bacon! my dad did this meatloaf on the grill in a cast iron pan, but it's just as good in the oven!
this recipe is from "forking fantastic"; a hilarious cookbook by zora o'neill and tamara reynolds. also known as ham with bourbon and brown sugar glaze, it's quite addictive, hence the name!!!! great, easy way to class up a store-bought ham for the holida
this is the best con queso dip i've ever had. i got it from a great cookbook by a man named grady spears. i guarantee once you try this you will be a fan of his too.
easy and delicious mexican dip served warm with tortilla chips.
my husband loves hamburger helper. so one evening when we didn't have a box in the pantry, i improvised. i like it better than the box! he he
this yummy, easy dish was a recipe of my grandmother, who lived to 103 years! it is great comfort food served over rice, on toast for a sunday night supper, or for a weekend brunch. it also teams well with chile con carne for a buffet meal. even people wh
found on the internet. yet to try. estimated serving and prep time.
this comes from 101cookbooks.com. it looks so unusual i have to try it!
this is another great way to make something great ahead of time to thaw as needed or eat right now with little effort!
i got this recipe from a well known vancouver barbecue chef/author/firefighter, david veljacic. he has won many awards for this recipe....try it and you will see why!!
this is a quick and easy alfredo sauce, and i always seem to have the ingredients on hand. i don't claim it is authentic, but it is tasty, with the addition of garlic. my picky son loves it!
another vegemite recipe for those vegemite lovers out there!! i did not use as much cheese as stated but have posted this (kraft) recipe as written, but it doesnt get any more aussie for breaky than this one.