This dish is particularly good for pot luck or picnics. Prep time does not include cooking the chicken. I usually have pre-cooked chicken in my freezer. You can also cook in an oven for 30 minutes at 350 degrees F.
These are great beans to use in Bloody Mary's, or on an appetizer tray, or in your brown bag. I recommend starting with the 1/4 tsp. cayenne unless you know you really like the extra heat. Prep time does not include preparing the jars for canning.
This is a good recipe to use when you have company and are using the oven for other cooking. This is done in 1 1/2 hours to 3 hours tops. I entered 2 hours as the cooking time because the description won't let you put in 1/2 hour times.
It is simple and sweet. The original directions, which call for baking in a tube pan and pouring hot syrup over the cake in the pan, work. We also tried it in a Bundt pan, with the hot syrup drizzled over the cake after removing from the pan. That worked equally well.
This is a good recipe to use when company comes or when you are entertaining for brunch. Sometimes, I add dried apricots, snipped into small pieces. The apple syrup (in database) is very good with this too. Prep time includes 8 hours in refrigerator.
This savory pudding recipe came from "The Classic Zucchini Cookbook." Grating the zucchini gives the custard a pebbly texture, almost like rice pudding. A wonderful side dish. The prep time includes draining the zucchini for 30 minutes. It also has a 10 minutes rest time, not included here.