Nothing says cheesy and easy quite like this recipe. I realize "instant is as instant does," but there are times when I have to admit that instant does the trick. These really are good, and they smell wonderful while baking.
What can I say? It's like Easter Marshmallow Peeps...you either love them or despise them. I would offer that if you dare to fess up to loving Marshmallow Peeps, you're gonna fess up to loving Fruit Cake, too. So, for all you fruit cakes who love Peeps...knock yourself out (literally) with Mom's recipe which includes 1/4 cup brandy or rum. IMPORTANT: Instead of diced mixture, you may substitute...4 oz. lemon peel, 3 oz. orange peel, 7 oz. pineapple, and 6 oz. citron.
Tickled them a bit to make them feel welcomed. Now they are part of the family. Wherever we go they go, too--for a dish to pass, that is. They like to be dressed up, so I've accommodated their wishes!!!
I don't know how else to describe these other than "full-bodied and robust." I had some leftover muesli from a recipe I used for this Fall's PAC. Having never eaten muesli (except for my baby's PAC recipe), I decided to make chocolate chip cookies with the leftover muesli. I'm so glad I did. Hope you enjoy these really different AND delicious cookies. P.S. They're healthy, too!!!
Mom always added sour cream, bacon and bacon drippings to her potato salad and folks loved it. I've dressed it up a little, adding celery, different spices and more eggs than she did. Mom, of course, never measured. In order to post I measured all the ingredients and must say I have given mom a run for her money. Hope you enjoy.
DH and I aren't bourbon sippers, so the 1/2 cup required in this recipe doesn't justify my buying a bottle even to taste test; HOWEVER, don't let that stop you from "giving it a shot." Then, let me know how it was, o.k? Sounds wonderfully cool and refreshing.
Looking for a colorful, light, fruity punch for that afternoon pool party or neighborhood get-together? Try this punch. I would imagine you couldn't go wrong. Saw this recipe in the July 7, 2009 Woman's Day Magazine and wanted to share it with you.
You are not going to believe this, but my 8 year old granddaughter just came up with this phenomenal smoothie recipe. We were fooling around in the kitchen with fruit, sherbet and soda and she picked the ingredients herself. I did the measuring so we could share it with you!!
Found this in mom's recipe box. I'm going to compare with the recipe I have. We'll see. Sounds like a lot of work, but it isn't...just like mine. NOTE: Cranberries may be sweetened dried, fresh, or frozen.
Nancy gave this recipe to mom who then took over and made them for years. A Christmas or New Year's Party, any winter holiday party wouldn't be complete without them. Also make for interesting gifts in those holiday gift baskets. So easy to make, too. A 12 oz. pkg. of wavers should equal the needed three cups. Use bourbon if preferred. There is no baking involved.
Wow. This is so good and ridiculously easy. This was a staple at our summer cottage. Coming in from playing tree tag or kick the can, swimming in the Susquehanna River (you could in those days) or "haying it" with the farm boys, this just hit the spot. Mom said she used a "can" of roast beef (like tuna fish, I guess). I couldn't find it, so I used leftover cooked pot roast.
So simple and easy to make, this is an ideal cookie to gift to older folks who have difficulty chewing. This was mom's favorite cookie to make and my DH's favorite to eat!! A 10 oz. jar of Maraschino Cherries should be enough for the entire batch of cookies.
DH and I have never eaten, let alone made, a Frittata. "Healthy Life Magazine: Greater Binghamton, NY's Source for Family Health" is a free quarterly found in doctors' offices, grocery stores, etc. The Spring, 2009 issue carried this recipe. DH and I decided to finally take the plunge and were quite pleased with the outcome/taste. He's more of a veggie human than me, but we both love cheese; so, this satisfied both of us.