This is the best chili recipe I have ever tried. I'm not sure where the recipe originated, but it is amazing! Sometimes, I don't bother adding all four cans of the kidney beans and it still turns out wonderful. Once anyone tastes this chili, they will be begging for the recipe!! Enjoy!
This is an easy, yet very tasty spaghetti casserole, which reminds me of the spaghetti they used to serve us in elementary school. I loved their spaghetti! I normally only brought my lunch, but not on spaghetti day!
This actually came from a no-name bag of chocolate chips that we bought while on vacation many years ago. Since then our house has NEVER been with out a cookie jar full of these.
A friend one tols me she was horrified when she found our cookie jar <GASP> empty of these Chocolate Chip Cookies. She said one of these cookies always satisfied her cravings for any sweet things! :)
I make and keep many sauces in the refrigerator for quick grilling and stir frying. This sauce will keep for 1 month in the refrigerator. If you do not have mirin, increase sake to 6 T and sugar to 1/4 C sugar plus about 1 1/2 T sugar. This bulgogi sauce works great with grilling meats. Use as marinade and grill.
Delicious cheesy-buttery blend kicked up a notch with the familiar spice of Cincinnati chili reminds how great a combination pasta and chili are. Having left the Cincinnati area one of the craves I continue to run into is for the taste of Goldstar or Skyline chili. In an effort to quell the crave it seemed logical to merge a traditional lasagna recipe with the flavor of chili.
I really love to make baked Sweet Potato Fries but they need a good sweet, savory, and spicy dipping sauce in my personal opinion. I created this after tasting something similar at a restaurant but added my own twist.
As always, I am sure my measurements ares slightly off as I am one of "those" cooks that dumps a little of this and a little of that in every recipe...
Recipe from The Riverfront Times' Recipes 1997 and states it was submitted by Chef Gregory Mosberger from te Carriage House Restaurant. He recommends serving the tuna atop a salad of tossed greens, nicoise olives, steamed green beans and hard boiled egg (similar to a Nicoise salad). Recipe is for 6 tuna steaks, so unless you are serving this at a party, you'll want to decrease the marinade and mayo accordingly. You also need to plan ahead for marinade time. NOTE: I made this today and the marinade is absolutely fabulous to say the least (I marinated the tuna for about 2.5 hours and it was so flavorful). I served mine atop some broccoli slaw that I simmered in chicken broth.
This recipe comes from a wonderful little community called Homestead Heritage outside of Waco, TX. This spicy, creamy, smoky soup is a favorite of everyone who tries it and I'm pleased to say that they share their recipes! I entered this soup into our churches Souper Bowl contest and it won the Hot Stuff award!
Notes to add:
1. I used about 5.5 lbs sweet potatoes and it was still very spicy. If you want to make it mild or kid friendly, cut way back on the jalapenos and just place them in a bowl as a side.
2. To sweeten it, I have found that 2 Tbsp brown sugar does the trick.
3. This soup freezes beautifully!
You won't be disappointed in this soup!
Amazing flavor, and so simple! No salt needed here. In fact, you may wish to use half the ranch dressing mix to cut back on the saltiness. Found this Crock-Pot pot roast recipe on of a website called www.recipegoldmine.com. It's all the rage there, so I thought I'd try it.
When Mom and Pop got married, Pop had to call Mamaw to get this recipe. When he was growing up, they were really poor (Papaw was a Baptist preacher and worked at various jobs. Back then life was hard for a preacher with 4 kids). This was one of their "desserts". Mom also made this when we were growing up and to this day, I still love a big hot heapin helpin. One might ask how do you eat "chocolate gravy"? With homemade "cat-head" biscuits (Mamaw called them this because she made them "big as a cat's head") or canned country-style (Do not try this with one of those flaky-type canned biscuits - it just isn't the same.) and a chunk of butter about the size of the tip of your thumb. Let it kinda melt, then eat away. This is just like any other gravy, other than the addition of the butter at the table. I eat this with milk or coffee as the beverage, as nothing else tastes good. This is Redneck comfort food at its finest! **Times and yield are approximate. Please z-mail me with what you come up with.**