This is our new favorite for Easter. It came from an article in the Costco Connections (March 2010) when they did an interview with Ethan Becker, The Joy of Cooking Lamb. Stated time does not include marinating in the refrigerator for 1 to 24 hours.
This recipe came from my niece who is called by the family "Kate the Baker." They were fabulous warm out of the oven as well as cooled that evening. Can't comment on the next day because they were all gone!
I first had these burgers at my sister's house. They are the most flavorful turkey burgers I have ever tried ... especially when they have the added smokey flavor of cooking them on a BBQ. I have used both feta and blue cheese ... either is delicious!
This dressing came from a Better Homes and Gardens recipe of Ahi Tuna and cooked vegetables served cold. The entire recipe seemed like too much work for the results, but the lime dressing was to die for!
Christmas would not quite be Christmas without these cookies ... just ask my kids. The combination of a peanut butter cookie on the outside with a chocolate covered Reese's minature peanut butter cup pushed into the cookie after baking, is unbeatable. They also look like they were harder to make than they really are.
Rich and chocolatey with a hint of coffee and kahlua ... topped with a rich creamy frosting and you have the perfect potluck dessert ... or serve it with some vanilla ice cream for a company dessert. Cook time does not include cooling time for the brownies before adding the frosting.
From my Girl Scout camping days. Our girls, especially when younger, loved to make this dinner because they could each make their own little foil packet and "customize it" to their own taste. At first, we had to encourage them to put in the onion, even if they didn't eat it, so it would flavor the rest. They usually agreed. Along with some Hawaiian rolls and butter, this was a satisfying meal.