this is a super easy, great tasting, make ahead side dish that looks like you spent a lot more time preparing than you actually do. plus, most everything is done in advance. the times do not reflect the standing time of the potatoes.
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!
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.
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 never-fail muffin recipe, it's a blank canvas for anything you can dream up! i like coconut and canned chopped pineapple that has been well drained! you choose what you want to add in! if you like a sweet muffin add in more sugar.
i made up this recipe and whipped it up the night before thanksgiving, it was great! it's about as healthy as a pie can possibly be! only problem was that my crust was soggy, but the packaging gave a suggestion to that, which i have included to keep yours
my husband and children would literally die without this for the holidays! and it is so easy! my husband says it is a side dish. i say it is a dessert.
not exactly caramel, but very similar, and every bit as delicious! these turn out a bit "runny" compared to most candy apples, but are really delicious chopped up and served over toasted nuts or ice cream!
this may sound cocky, but seriously, stop looking for an amazing, homemade red velvet cake recipe because here she is!!! i've had three professional wedding cake bakers ask me for this ridiculously moist recipe. not only is this red velvet cake "stick to
this is the recipe i have been using for years, and i am putting it here for safekeeping. i was making it this morning for thanksgiving and noticed that my copy is starting to get soiled. this is so good, you could almost eat it for dessert.
ya so it is kinda cheating- but these come out so good everytime. fast, simple and easy. just don't tell 'em you cheated! they keep for 6 months in the fridge but always disappear faster than that! a family recipe here in tx.
this recipe is a holiday tradition for my brother's former in-laws. he may of parted ways with his wife and most of his worldly possessions, but at least he got to keep this delicious recipe! all holiday dishes should be this simple and scrumptious!
turned out onto a platter, these potatoes make a lovely presentation for a buffet table, and taste sumtuous!! evolved from
these potatoes are special and definitly not diet!!! crunchie for a special meal or buffet. evolved from
these are excellant, the crispy top layer is fought over in our house. evolved to our taste from
high-fiber muffins that are full of flavor. full of apples, carrots and nuts, these muffins are so good and great for you. i adapted this recipe from one that came on a box of hodgon mill mulit-grain hot cereal (found in the gourmet or health food area o
this is extremely quick and easy, great for work days. add some bread and you're all set! source: www.
these gorgeously gourmet candies only take 3 ingredients and a few minutes of work! i was going to make a kind of peppermint bark for my friends (it was such a hit during the holidays), but they morphed into these once i realized i had no candycanes. j
this stuffing is delicious and elegant and will make you look like you created a complicated dish. in reality, it is very easy and is great for the first time thanksgiving host!
this is too good to be true, right? with a box of cake mix and a can of pumpkin, you can have muffins in no time! adapted from sparkpeople.com.
here's a 3-cheese cheesecake recipe that i pulled off the web in response to a request on the discussion board. looks good (i've added notes in parens)
these are so moist, chewy, and delicious. plus, you can make them so easily. not to mention, it's vegan.
this is a 3-layer dessert. you would never know by looking at the ingredients how it turns out...omg! my sister-in-law made this a few years ago and i had to have the recipe. now everyone that tastes it wants the recipe. this is such a great pumpkin desse
these cookies are absolutely delicious and practically guilt free! only about 35 calories per cookie! they are so tasty and soft you would never guess how healthy they really are. great dessert or snack for the fall and winter seasons. i have a few in my
another great recipe from mark bittman. it’s almost a given that time and oven space are at a premium on thanksgiving day, and this method of roasting turkey, unorthodox as it is, addresses both. split, flattened, and roasted at 450°f (lowering the hea
don't like too sweet pecan pie? you'll like this one then, it's mostly nuts with just enough filling to hold them together. nice change of pace and very decadent. i saw a pecan pie at a local creole restaurant, in a suburb of washington dc, that gave me
this has been a favorite for years in my family.a must at any gathering or party i am at,or else i'm in trouble.feel free to add whatever veggie you have on hand.tastes good no matter what.
this is the most delicious punch. my mom used to make it for holiday gatherings. my sisters and i could never get enough of this punch and looked forward to gatherings when my mom would make it. it has a unique flavor with the cinnamon syrup. appears as t
i do not know the servings of this. sorry. it doesn't say but it looked very good for those of you who do not drink alcoholic beverages or for those who just aren't in the mood for a alcoholic beverage.
yummy fondue to serve with anything. dip meats, veggies, or bread into it!
all the celtic countries, with which the legendary king arthur was associated, have a colorful bread filled with fruits and spices, traditionally made to celebrate festivals and holidays. in scotland it's called "selkirk bannock," in northern wales "bara
i got this recipe from our local newspaper. it sounds like it would be a great dessert for holiday entertaining. not a lot of work to this recipe and i think it would be an elegant and easy dessert for a dinner party too. how can anything with cream chees
easy - quick - sweet but not too sweet - tangy but not too tangy - a little different from most cranberry relishes - kids love it - can't remember where it came from anymore ... been making it for years !
instead of pumpkin pie, try this flavorful yet light and low fat dessert. if you don't have enough ramekins or custard cups you can bake this in most coffee cups.
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
easy, fast and knock-your-socks-off delicious!
very tasty, with a distinctive texture. great for thanksgiving! american colonists in the northeast used all available food sources- acorn bread is an adaptation of a native american recipe which was somewhat common in the late 17th century until the mid
tender acorn with a apple pie like filling.
i got this recipe from about.com and it was written by fiona haynes. i'm adding this because this is a great recipe and tastes great, wonderful on a cool autumn night. "acorn squash has a slightly earthier taste than butternut squash, which complements t
from everyday food.
perfect for your fall gatherings! these would also be great for a buffet because they are individual servings. you can make these a day ahead and add to the baking time.
this recipe is from "apple companion", which i found at amish acres in the heart of indiana's amish country. if you ever have a chance, pick up a copy of this cookbook! i have found most of the recipes to be outstanding, including this one, which i make a
incredibly simple and delightfully good!
i didn't care for acorn squash until i tried this recipe.
the flavors of this squash just scream fall to me. i originally put this sauce on a small carnival squash, but it went really well with acorn squash, which serves a few more.
from delicious living magazine, this is a sweet, creamy and savory dish that you will love! winter squashes are use everywhere, but were so useful in the colder states, where the hard squash would winter over well. west, mid west, new england, canada, mid
very simple side dish with very simple ingredients. the color is great and the taste is even better. it's a great comfy fall dish.
adam says, “cranberry sauce is the unsung hero of thanksgiving…it bridges the gap between all other foods” here is the recipe he used to give out on the air every thanksgiving. this differs from the recipe on the ocean spray cranberry bag because it call
this is the way turkey is prepared in puerto rico, where it is seasoned the same way a pork shoulder is. it is called "pavochon", which translates literally as "turkeypork", due to its distinctive flavor. it is also served during the holidays as an alter
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