Almonds, walnuts, blueberries (or raisins) in a bundt cake with a wonderful orange glaze makes the perfect ending to any day. This recipe is of unknown origin. NOTE: We made it and found it was very good, but overly sweet. We would suggest using half the amount of streusel called for unless you really like a sweet cake.
This is a cookie mix I make every Christmas. When time is at a premium...being prepared is always a good thing. I got this from a Christmas edition of Pillsbury's Cookbook. Using the baking mix you can make several different cookies for your Christmas cookie trays. The beauty of this is you have the mix in the refrigerator to use whenever you have short time to whip up a lovely cookie!
I will add the cookie recipes asap.
Tender and succulent, this is fall-off-the-bone chicken, with tons of roasted garlic! This recipe can be made quicker and without too much fuss, it's suggested to purchase whole garlic cloves already peeled. They are usually found in a jar in the produce section and sometimes even packed in oil. :)
Here are a few variations from the same old burgers. This comes from Woman's Day magazine, Sept 2000 issue. NOTE!: If you choose to make just one type of burger, decrease the ground beef to 1 lb but keep the seasonings, bread and toppings to the original quantity amounts. Want some dogs to go with that? combine these with Recipe #256275 :)
I was rather surprised to see no other cake recipe like this one posted already. Found it in a holiday baking magazine and plan to make it for Thanksgiving this year. Rather than waiting to make it public, I've decided to share now in case others want to join me in trying this one out.
So easy, so good, and low calorie, too! I use this when good tomatoes are hard to find; this is one of my favorite salad dressings. This came from the 1971 edition of Better Homes and Garden Cookbook, but has not appeared in more recent editions. It adds a nice herby zip to a simple salad. Note that regular Worcestershire sauce has anchovies in it, as pointed out by Kumquat the cat's friend, but there are vegetarian versions available.
This is bread with a twist - literally. Rolling the filling inside a log of dough (like the start of cinnamon buns), then cutting that log in half and twisting it leaves the filling half in and half out, resulting in a lovely swirled appearance.