Take a break from usual baked potatoes-and keep the oven cool in the meantime-by cooking these spectacular "spuds" on the grill. Since there's no need to boil the potatoes ahead of time, this tasty, no-fuss favorite is sure to become a timeless classic in your recipe collection. Courtesy of Simple and Delicious Magazine.
Another recipe found in Taste of Home. I haven't tried it yet and am posting for ZWT5. The author of the recipe states:
When I was growing up, my mother used to serve fried corn for breakfast with scrambled eggs and tortillas. Here in Arizona, corn is widely used in many dishes. This is a great way to use it— my husband and I both enjoy it.
While searching for grilling recipes I found this recipe at "patiopalace.com" which stated this was from "Broil King OMC". Haven't tried it yet, but sounds very good so posting here til I get a chance to make it and will update this then. Update 2/23/12 - We really enjoyed this last night for dinner. We marinated a 1 3/4 lb Sirloin Steak for about 6 hours and the taste was wonderful. This takes just a minute to put together and with such great results, this will now be our new marinated steak recipe.
This is a Mexican appetizer that is addicting. When it is completed, it looks like a snowy mountain, thus the name. It is a large appetizer that works great for parties. This does not include time for chilling. I got this from my friend Karen when I lived in California. Update (5/31/2013): I realized after a recent review and myself also making this recipe for a Memorial Day cookout, that I make my own changes to the recipe that I didn't add/edit original recipe when posting, so I have now added corrections to the onion/tomato mixture and amounts of cheese.
Found this recipe in Quick Cooking. Recipes states: "The light dressing Craig Miller serves over his crunchy combination of colorful salad fixings contains just a hint of sweetness. I like to make the dressing ahead to let the flavors blend, remarks the Torrance, California cook." Time doesn't include time for chilling dressing.
The Brampton Inn’s smooth and creamy signature coffee recipe includes chocolate, cinnamon and a dash of red pepper to spice up special moments. Recipe courtesy of Land O Lakes, which states "Recipe courtesy of Brampton Bed & Breakfast Inn, Chestertown, Maryland."
I got this recipe from Healthy Appetite with Ellie Krieger and adapted it to use ingredients that I normally have on hand. I used frozen strawberries(thawed and sliced), as it wasn't strawberry season and mini semi-sweet chocolate chips and it was wonderful!!! Could make it even lighter by using low or no-fat cream cheese, light bread and egg substitute.