I an lucky and have a shrimp connection....I get my shrimp right off the boat! I am always looking for an even better way to serve shrimp. This is a refreshing recipe for a shrimp appetizer or a summer salad. Marinate for the full 48 hours for the best taste. Great to use at a party, because the shrimp are already peeled....no need to clean up all those shells!
I got this recipe from a Canadian cheese magazine, "all you need is cheese". It stated to use turkey, but there's no reason that you can't use chicken. You can replace the aged cheddar with gouda, mild cheddar, slices of brie or crumbled feta. This recipe can be prepared ahead of time and baked at the last minute. Enjoy!
Beautyberries well deserve their name with their iridescent-purple fruit arriving early Autumn. Pretty purple berries. This is a bland sweet jelly on it's own. But with the addition of shiso giving both more color and a very light herbal taste.
Native American's used root and leaf tea in sweat baths for rheumatism, fevers, and malaria. Root tea used for dysentery, stomach aches. Root and berry tea used for colic.
Pretty to be served at a Bridal Shower Brunch.
When I was little, my Dad would do my Mom a favor and run to the local bakery and pick up donuts and pastries for the kids so she wouldn't have to deal with breakfast; did he ever think about the sugar rush? Never mind; the teachers had to deal with that! The bakery he went to served donuts they called applejacks, and I always loved them way more than the chocolate covered cream filled yeast donuts! They also served superb bear claws and apple fritters! This is as close as I can come to their "applejack" recipe. They were always still warm when we got them from Daddy's truck into our stomachs! Yummy breakfast treats for weekends or vacations!
This recipe's a winner - it's got enough flavour for the more adventurous in the crowd and yet it's not spicy at all. It is a sweet and oh so tasty recipe. I did NOT include the overnight marinating time. Enjoy!
Southern cooking at its finest! Get ready to have some good luck in the New Year if you have this dish on New Years! This recipe is totally "from scratch", using dried beans and fresh ingredients. For a short cut, you could use canned or frozen black eyed peas, but try the dried peas...they don't take that long to cook once they have soaked for a while. I can make a meal of this by itself, just by adding a piece of cornbread! I hope you enjoy this as much as my family has in the past. Please note: Prep time does not include soaking time!
This is best served hot, but equally good cold! This is an authentic german recipe...everyone says it is the best! It is also great cooked ahead of time and then microwaved...it gives the flavors time to blend.
What a delicious meal with a great combination of salmon and bacon! A terrific and easy dish to make you look like you slaved over the stove all day. The sauce is wonderful - take advantage of it by serving the salmon and sauce on a bed of rice noodles. Enjoy!
This is a classic Southern recipe for Easter or Christmas. The sweetness of the honey and molasses is cut by the bourbon and orange juice, making for a perfect glaze. Once the ham is cool and chilled, be sure to remove the fat from the drippings to save and serve with the leftovers...that is one of the best parts of the recipe!
This is a delicious potato salad that celebrates the tastes of summer. I found that using only sour cream for the dressing made it a little too rich tasting, so the yogurt adds a bit of a bite. Topped with what I like to put on my baked potato, this is a colorful assortment of flavors that you can make for a potluck or summer picnic.
This recipe takes a tough piece of meat and turns it into a nice tender dinner. The round steak is smothered with a mixture of celery, carrot, onion, green pepper, and tomato, and baked until it is tender and delicious. I like it with mashed potatoes (but I like mashed potatoes with everything!), but it also works with noodles. Originally posted in the Junior League of Charleston cookbook, Charleston, West Virginia.