I have been on a watermelon kick lately so when I saw this in a weight loss magazine I knew it was one I wanted to try. Each 1 cup serving is 1 WW point and this is also a core recipe. The original recipe calls for seedless cucumbers. I'm not someone who is bothered by cucumber seeds in things but if you are, use a seedless kind. Cook time is stand time.
I served this terrific salad to guests and it was a hit! Pour the hot dressing over the salad right before serving time. I found this recipe in an old Farm Journal cookbook. Cook time is for the time it takes to boil the eggs and fry the bacon.
Whenever we go somewhere for a back yard BBQ, I am asked to bring my macaroni salad. I think the "secret" that makes this macaroni salad different from others is the mixture of miracle whip and mayo. You know, some people like mayo...some like miracle whip. This way, everybody is "half" pleased!! This is another one of my "throw together" recipes, so I have tried my best to give some type of measurements.
Delicious subtle cheese sauce baked over your favorite veggies! This is one of our favorite dishes with a juicy ribeye off the grill and a nice loaf of crusty bread! Recipe came from a "country cooking" website.
This is an easy and delicious recipe to make when you have an overload of garden-fresh cucumbers, I use cherry tomatoes sliced in half since I have an abundance of them from my garden, and I use wine vinegar for this but regular white vinegar will do just fine! You might prefer a sweeter dressing so adjust the sugar and vinegar to taste. I have even added in some small broccoli and/or cauliflower florets to this.
I love the simplicity of the ingredients. I don't always want a heavy caesar dressing. Best of all was the reaction of my teenaged son, who exclaimed with a surprised expression, "This is good!" when he first tried it. Feel free to add more garlic or double recipe.