This is a very tasty alternative to a usual "run of the mill" omelette. My mother found this recipe in "Hometown Cooking" (by Better Homes and Gardens), and now it's a weekend breakfast favorite in my family. My Mother omits the green onion, and cooks sliced yellow onion with the potatoes.
I love this recipe because it is really easy to fix the night before when you are having company the next morning or maybe taking it to work or something. This recipe came from the Telephone Pioneers Cookbook "Calling all Cooks."
Here's a Crock-Pot stuffing recipe I found in the Calgary Herald and thought I'd share it. I'm going to use it for Christmas with the vegetable stock for my vegetarian so I will add my comments after Christmas.
I am surprised how difficult it is to find a genuine guacamole recipe. No need for mayo or sour cream or all the other additives. This is the original, handed down generations, yet the most simple basic way to make Guacamole. I even make it better than my Mother in Law, which is a hard act to follow. :) Make this recipe and you will never go back. Hope you enjoy this like all my friends and family do.
These are the kind you found at the circus or carnival! Not the newer version covered with cramel. ;) Candy thermometer is needed for this, as well as popsicle sticks. The number of apples needed depends on the size of the apples, probably 4 medium ones. The recipe states that each batch candies approximately 1 dozen medium apples. I'm not sure I trust that. Cook time depends on your altitude where you live, heat of your burner, and pot used.
NOTE: See review by Canada Goose for helpful hints! Thanks, CG!
I'm ashamed to admit an unhealthy predilection for Starbucks pumpkin scones -- they have way too many empty calories and the icing is enough to induce diabetes -- so I found a copycat recipe and modified it to add fiber and lower fat & sugar.
I found this recipe at www.nutsforalmonds.com. My huband loves almonds but the already roasted pre-package variety are by far too salty for him. And the Smoked ones he does not care for the flavor. So thus started my hunt for the below recipe.
Another use for mincemeat.
My friend, Dayle, made this for a Sharing Circle evening. I loved it and have made it for the holidays ever since. It sounds strange, but is rich and delicious. This is a big part of our traditional Christmas Eve "fondue" night, cause it's make ahead and ready to serve. You'll want smaller sized servings.