The recipe is not mine. It's from a bag of Gold Medal Flour, so if you don't care for it...that's o.k. It certainly has what it takes to make it a keeper for me, though. No muss. No fuss. It's light, moist, and makes two perfect 8 X 4 loaf pans. Takes about an hour to bake. P.S. It needs an added banana to really enhance the flavor, though.
Jumped out at me while leafing through the August '08 issue of "Cuisine at Home." According to the article, this grilled chicken is cooked and sold from roadside stands in Hawaii. I haven't tried it yet, but it sounds wonderful. At first sight it looks like a lot of work, but I bet it isn't. Just a lot of ingredients. If you make it before me, let us all know how it is, O.K?
Growing up, "Baba" referred to my grandmother--mom's mom. Boy could she cook. She'd be 112 today. Baba used to make this salad every summer and store it in a big glass jar. When we were kids, that bean jar was like a never-ending story--always full and ready to go. It keeps quite well. Store tightly covered in fridge for up to a week. Just stir or turn container occasionally.
Mom met Betty through church and she quickly became a welcomed addition to our family. I'm submitting this recipe because 1) it's easy to make, 2) is a good way to combine cabbage and cheese, and 3) the men I've served it to really like it.
My husband's favorite. 9x5x3 inch pan makes a mondo-big loaf. I prefer to make two smaller loaves with the one recipe, but it can be a tad involved. Big or small, this really is a nice bread with a bit of a coffee-cake texture and taste. Crispy top gives it a nice touch.
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!!!
Totally forgot all about this recipe. I submitted it for a church cookbook 100 yrs. ago! Like so many of these dips, it's easy to make and really good, although it IS a tad spicy; but as Forrest Gump would say, "Spicy is as spicy does." It's worth a try, right? Enjoy!
I've had this recipe for years. Probably got it off a bag of M&M's. Nice, crunchy, treat. A different twist on the old tried and true M&M cookie recipes. Great for bake sales because they're different.
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.
I know, I know. Another mac and cheese recipe. But, wait. Maybe it's not as cholesterol-crazy as some; or, is that just wishful thinking on my part? I first served this about 30 years ago when Dave and I were first married. Really impressed his mom. Still makin' it today; still impressin' folks today. I like making it, and so does my arthritis. It's that easy. I prefer the medium shells. Elbow macaroni is so...well...elbow macaroni.
Like Capital-One, I don't leave home without it. For family or church gatherings, there's always a couple of requests for this oh-so-easy salad/dessert. Be mindful, though...it really freezes up and does take some time to thaw out enough to enjoy the full-bodied flavor. After all the times I've made it, though, I almost always forget to bring it out early as a salad. Sooo, once the meal is over I present it as dessert!!
Discovered this recipe years ago in a church cookbook and have been making it ever since. The recipe calls for 2 lbs. of frying chicken cut up, but I typically make it with boneless, skinless chicken breast. The grandchildren love it. The chicken bakes up nicely-- tender, juicy, and just, plain good.
to add to the mix. With cheddar, Gruyere and Asiago (or Parm) cheese how can one go wrong? I haven't made this yet, but wanted to post for safe-keeping and share with the community. Saw this in the Oct., 2009 issue of Family Circle.