Corn already seasoned so this is very easy to take for a picnic.No need to bring butter or salt. Just keep corn on ice till ready to cook because the sugar will turn to starch if it sits around. More reason to buy fresh as possible. Can be doubled or cut in half. Feel free to change the herbs.
This is a delicious butternut squash recipe from Ina Garten / The Barefoot Contessa. We really enjoy this during the holidays. It is best when the squash is cut in medium to large chunks so that the outside gets a maple-flavored crust, and the inside stays soft and delicious.
This is a light souffle like casserole that goes well with a Mexican meal. My mom has been making this for so many years she doesn't remember where she got the recipe. You can adjust the heat by using only one can of chilies or 3 cans, and using mild or hot style green chilies.
This is a wonderful recipe any time of the year, but especially delicious when summer produce is at it's peak. This is a incredibly delicious meal in itself. One of my mom's tried and true recipes that she has had for years.
This is a yummy and healthy salsa given to me by my friend, Laura. I could eat it as a meal with baked Scoops. I am thinking about adding some black beans next time. (I found the Tiger Sauce near the hot sauces in the grocery store. It is sweeter than Tabasco or Texas Pete.)
My sister-in-law served this at a family function and it's been a hit ever since. No Cheese Whiz, just real cheddar cheese. Delicious, and kid-friendly. My now-grown son would request this when he came home from college. This recipe is very adaptable as well - add crushed Ritz crackers or panko crumbs on top during the last 5 minutes of cooking for a crunchy topping. Add bacon bits to the mixture for some extra flavor, or add a couple teaspoons of hot sauce for some heat. I also have used brown rice successfully with this recipe, and frozen broccoli cuts instead of chopped.
A favorite side dish veggie I often make for my family. Don't walk away from the pan - broccoli cooks very quickly and you need to check it soon to prevent it overcooking. Sometimes it will take a little longer to cook, other times it will take a little less. I have a glass lid on my saucepan, so I can see when it is ready - it gets very bright green when it is ready, then very quickly starts to turn olive green if it cooks a little too long. I like mine tender, but still a little crispy - the longer you cook it, the softer it gets, but you also lose that lovely color. It is up to you.
The perfect addition to picnics and barbecues! Simple and delicious. Sure to become one of your favorites. My mother makes this for every family get together. Ham could be added, or more ketchup if desired, but try it this way first - you'll love it!
This is a great recipe from Party Line with The Hearty Boys on the Food Network. It has gotten rave reviews each time I've made it. It would also be great with fresh corn kernels cut off the cob and sauteed with the butter mixture in a skillet.
These are FANTASTIC! This recipe was revised from an old family favorite! My southern roots come through on this one! Either way the beans end up melting in your mouth and the cooked bacon adds more flavor! REALLY tasty! Good for cookouts or to compliment any meal!
This is an extremely easy recipe for the cooks-on-the-go. I got this recipe from the back of the cans of Del Monte Cut Green Beans. I can easily fix this recipe in a hurry and on a budget and my DH LOVES it. You cannot go wrong with this one... Cheese might even help - you know I add cheese to everything - that is why I am "CheesyGal."
This is a wonderfully simple side-dish that tastes very similar to Chi-Chi's corn cake, which I have been missing so much since our Chi-Chi's closed:( Could also be served for breakfast, with maple syrup drizzled over top...mmm!
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