This sauce is based off of another here on the site. I added a bit of my own twist to it and it is delicious. I hope you will try it. I use this everytime I make my homemade shredded beef enchiladas. Enjoy.
This is by far the best all purpose cleaner I've found. It is fabulous on windows and mirrors, degreases wonderfully, and cuts gunk on sinks etc. and shines, shines, shines. I use it for everything but wood.
From my parents and granparents (add a generation for a lot of readers!) but this is a "warmer upper" when you get inside from the cold of fall/winter/spring activities...
Brandy, rye or rum can be substituted for cognac, according to what you have on hand...
This recipe from CDKitchen for Heavy Cream Substitute serves/makes 1 cup, I got tired of looking for this everytime I wanted to make something that called for Heavy Cream, so posting it here where I know it will be when I need it next time--!
This is a no-fail yummy rotisserie chicken all-purpose rub! I use this to cook chicken in any manner of ways: oven, grill & crock pot, etc. This also works great on pork loin or chops! Recipe makes 2 1/2 cups of spice/rub blend, but I use at least a 1/4 cup per whole chicken, so it goes fast! Easily made salt-free or lower-salt by omitting or adjusting it. I hope you enjoy this as much as my family does :)
A while back I saw a program where a textile conservator discussed taking the stains that come from age, along with tough stains out of any fabric. Sure she demonstrated it and it worked incredibly, but would it work THAT WELL when I tried it on my own? Probably not. BUT IT DID. It was phenomenal. A friend and I collect vintage G.I. Joe dolls and it took a 20+ year old magic marker stain completely out of a light colored garment. That's when I was sold. My sister kept a covered bucket of this mixture next to my neice's changing table when she was a baby. Parents know how difficult formula, milk and baby food stains are to get out. This works wonders.
Ever had a problem of running out of onion salt right in the middle of a recipe?
Well here's the problem solver.I found this in a Penzey's Spices catalog.And we all know that anything from them has to be good :) Use as you would regular onion salt.Submitted to "ZAAR" on Febraury 20th,2008