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    I have tried this with duck, goose and chicken. They were all pretty good.

    Recipe #407808

    I live alone so when I buy a bag of coleslaw mix I don't even use half of it. I hate to see it go to waste so I substitute the slaw mix for the 1/2 head cabbage this recipe calls for. I use my own judgment on the amounts of the other ingredients it calls for. Easy to make and tastes great.

    Recipe #450612

    I got this recipe off of cooks.com a few years back. It is so easy to make and taste delicious. You can adjust the amounts of all the ingredients to your own liking.

    Recipe #392606

    Simple, fast and easy to make. Great for potlucks. You can use either a jar of coleslaw dressing or make your own dressing. You could add crispy bacon bits right before serving. You can substitute cauliflower for broccoli or use both. With the picture I submitted I used cauliflower and Marzetti slaw dressing. The cauliflower gave it the crunch and grapes gave it a nice sweet taste.

    Recipe #393459

    Don't have time to make a pie crust? Then you might want to try this fast making, crunchy topping, apple pie. I had to put down an amount of apples but use as many as it takes to fill your pie tin.You could also just use a can of apple pie filling. Good plain or with a scoop of ice-cream or cream whip on top before you serve it.

    Recipe #395408

    This was made with Atlantic Salmon but I'm sure any kind salmon will do. Easy enough to make and serve over brown rice. To get the nut coating to be nice and crispy take the suggestion from mikekey and chop the nuts very fine also make sure the egg white is nice and frothy. Once you put the fish in the pan do not peek by lifting the fish up until it is nicely brown and crispy. Another suggestion, macadamia nuts are delicious but pricey so tonight I made this using wild Pacific salmon and finely chopped walnuts and it was good also.

    Recipe #400362

    These are great dry rubs to try before you go out and buy the whole bottle and then find out you don't like them. Most of these ingredients are already in your cupboard. I keep all my old spice jars, wash, remove label and reuse for recipes like these. Dry rubs do not need standing time but can be applied several hours in advance if kept refrigerated. The flavors become more pronounced the longer the rub is on the meat. I prefer sprinkling on and then letting sit out at room temperature for about 15 min.

    Recipe #397923

    This recipe takes a long time to prepare so start at least 2-3 hours before planning to eat. It can be expensive to make but every mouthful is worth it. You can use Ricotta Cheese or Cottage Cheese. To save on money I've always used the Cottage Cheese and it taste great.This recipe can be cut in halve.

    Recipe #393448

    To tenderize, a marinade must contain an acidic ingredient such as lemon juice, wine, vinegar or yogurt; the acid penetrates meat fibers to help tenderize them.

    Recipe #403734

    This is a real tasty dish for company or special occasions. It's probably not something you would make everyday for your family as it takes awhile to get it all cooked and put together.

    Recipe #398718

    Pastry shells filled with delicious chicken livers. Easy to make.

    Recipe #431069

    A nice easy omelet that can easily serve 6 people.

    Recipe #431594

    I don't remember where I got this recipe from but it sure is good. It makes a great dish for gatherings. Everybody seems to want the recipe.

    Recipe #389448

    I had this recipe in my "to make file" since 2005. I finally made it today. I'm still trying to figure out why I waited so long to make this. Simply delicious. Hope you don't wait as long as I did to try this recipe. I used dried parsley, regular mayo and regular yogurt because that's all I had on hand; it was still delicious.

    Recipe #450985

    If you're looking for a good tasting, not all that fancy but fancy enough to serve company or take to a potluck this is the recipe. This recipe must be refrigerated overnight and do not use any other brand of mayonnaise except Hellman's. Skipping these two steps does make a difference. Make sure ingredients are sealed in good with the mayonnaise.

    Recipe #393489

    A good recipe using jars of Heinz Gravy instead of "cream soups". I used an off brand of gravy once and it just wasn't the same. This works good with left over turkey or chicken and fresh mushrooms makes all the difference. Note: we are using beef gravy not chicken or turkey gravy. Although I'm sure it would be just as good using any gravy you'd like.

    Recipe #450320

    I got this off a jar of Heinz Gravy. I wasn't too sure about making this at first as I always used creamed soups for a recipe like this but decided to give it a shot. Glad I did. It was really good and even better the next day. I used some left over frozen turkey I had and a jar of turkey gravy instead of what is called for. I also chopped the broccoli into smaller pieces after it was cooked as I don't like large pieces of broccoli. This is one of those "what can I have for supper tonight". A real comfort food.

    Recipe #449865

    Simple ingredients, sandwiched between a sugar and nut crunch.Decorate with strawberries and mint if desired. The prep time does not included the 8 hours or more needed to freeze this recipe.

    Recipe #397199

    This recipe is pretty much like everyone's else except I use evaporated milk and half & half. Easy enough to make and taste pretty darn good on top of it.

    Recipe #393505

    A very easy recipe. If you have left over rice and you are in a hurry this is the recipe to make. The rice needs to be cold in order to fry right. You can use less rice if you like or more hot pepper flakes if you like it really hot.

    Recipe #392604

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