This is the recipe I have been using for Macaroni and Cheese since the beginning of time! Truly a classic and a staple on our family table. I hope you enjoy it as much as we do. A great side dish to be served with my Meatloaf Barbecue Style!
This sherbet is so easy to make and is always a hit. I got the recipe out of Taste of Home. I always take this recipe when going to an ice cream party. It give everyone a choice that they weren't expecting. The cook time is actually freezer time and will vary according to the type freezer you use. See Bev's review to get the instructions on using orange juice and orange jello for orange sherbet!
I have a crazy Cajun neighbor here in TX and this is his recipe. Man is it ever good. You can use either shrimp or crawfish tails. I know crawfish may be hard to find in places so I posted it with shrimp! He uses more butter than I do- probably why his is better- BUT mine is lower in fat!
Posted for World Tour 2005
When I became a vegetarian, one of the things I missed most was chicken enchiladas with salsa verde. I came up with this chili in my quest for a good substitute for those flavors. I especially like it with Mexican cornbread. Prep time does not include soaking time.
Shrimp Creole is a New Orleans classic. While I seriously doubt any good chef there or in Louisiana, for that matter, would even dare use Rotel tomatoes for their recipe, I love how they add just the right amount of "fire" to this dish without being too hot. If you are unable to find the Rotel brand tomatoes in your area, you can just use regular canned, diced tomatoes for a milder version and you can always add a little cayenne or tabasco sauce to spice it up. I use the mild Rotel tomatoes and that seems spicy enough for us. This recipe makes a fairly thick sauce but if it seems too thick, you can add about 1/2 cup of water.
This is one of my family's favorite ways to eat shrimp but occasionally I substitute cooked crawfish tails for the shrimp.
I like this cocoa for many reasons, only one of which is because it has a delightfully creamy texture. It makes an extra-large batch of cocoa mix, great for gift-giving or large groups. Running the powdered milk through the blender powders it, decreasing the odds that it will float to the top of the mix. The number of servings are approximate, as it will depend on how much mix you use per serving. I estimated at 2-tablespoons per serving. Adjust for personal taste.
By far the best and healthiest Thai Peanut I've EVER tasted. It's highly requested by family and friends!!! This quick recipe is just for two people, but it doubles and triples extremely well when we have company over. Give it a try!!