This is my take on a super easy semi-homemade recipe from Dierberg's Everybody Cooks June 2008 issue. Perfect for a summery luncheon, a bridal shower, a baby (girl) shower, or a get-together with the girls!
Recipe is from Taste of Home's April/May 1999 edition. They call it a "cake", but there is no flour or cake mix. . .definitely more of a light dessert!!! This is delightful and perfect for spring/summer picnics and parties. Young and old alike love this one! NOTE: Cooking time listed is actually chill time in the fridge, not actually cooking time since this is a no bake recipe.
This is simply the most sinful topper for a Filet Mignon. A must try for crab and blue cheese lovers. I modified the Lump Crab Gratin recipe that they were handing out during a recent trip to Sam's Club. I always half the recipe for 2 filets and then to pour over asparagus on the side!
This is my take on a Rachel Ray appetizer from her June/July 2008 issue of Everyday Magazine. What wonderful, yet classic appetizers for a summer BBQ. I mean who DOESN'T love twice baked potatoes. . .and these are little mini bites. Great concept and delish to boot!
Try eating this wrapped in bibb lettuce leaves for a great lunch! From Food & Wine's May 2008 edition. NOTE: I have decreased the amt of Lemon Pepper from the original recipe and totally eliminated the salt/pepper as I didn't feel it was needed (after making it for the first time).
This is a recipe from Health.com. Uses fresh roasted corn and fresh tomatoes as a topping for grilled salmon. Healthy and flavorful. NOTE: Trader Joe's sells roasted corn in the freezer section if you are looking for a short cut!
This is a recipe I threw together one evening and my husband loved it. It can be made under the broiler or on the grill. Don't be afraid of the ranch dip/dressing. . .the fish doesn't taste like ranch when it's cooked! UPDATE: This recipe was featured in the August 2009 edition of Everyday with Rachael Ray in the Take 5 section (recipes with 5 ingredients or less).
I received this from someone I don't even know in a recipe exchange. . too funny. . .but it's truly yummy as the title represents. Kids love it (and so do grownups). This recipe is made kid-friendly and mild, so if you prefer, feel free to jazz it up with spices such as garlic, onion, Italian Spices, Spike, Mrs. Dash or any other seasonings you like. You can also substitute out sausage for the beef. Bacon bits is another nice addition!
This is a great mid-week meal that is super easy. Just brown the meat the night before and you'll be ready to throw it together and get it in the oven in no time! My husband sent me an email asking me to make "jamburger quiche" which was a typo obviously. . .but it stuck! And now it's Jamburger Quiche! And it is jammin good!
Only 7 ingredients and made in the microwave, so you can throw this together in a jiffy. Great comfort food for the fall and winter months. Tart, sweet and good for you too. Perfect for those on a low sodium diet. NOTE: I have made the celery optional and I agree it is better without. I also use WAY more butter and cinnamon than what the recipe calls for :)
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