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!
The minute I saw the photo of this toast and read the recipe I KNEW I would have to post. Saw this in the April, 2004 Pillsbury Classic Cookbooks (Grilling), a wonderful little book I received in the 2009 Used Books and Media Swap. If you don't have dill-Havarti cheese, use regular Havarti and simply sprinkle with a touch of fresh chopped dill.
It's so easy to make and so wonderfully tasty basted on top of that holiday ham, and don't forget...there's always tomorrow, so tuck away a couple of those slices of ham, but DON'T LET ANYONE CATCH YOU! Hope you like it.
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!!
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.
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.
I haven't made this yet, but it sure sounds wonderful. I've read and re-read the recipe and can't find a single reason why it wouldn't be! I saw it in the October, 2009 issue of Family Circle, and just knew it would be a "keeper."
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!!!
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.
Saw this in a 2009 issue of Family Circle. I tweaked it a bit to suit our taste, and DH was very happy with the results. It's really easy to make and is ready in no time. The Capicola gives it quite a bit of a kick--that's why I've tagged it (Spicy)--so I would go easy on the pepper until you taste test. If you you try it, I hope you enjoy it.
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.
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.