I'm not sure where I found this recipe, but it has become one of our family favorites. It is so quick and easy to put together and does not require marinating time. This is excellent for summer meals because it's so light. Also great sliced over salad greens for a complete meal.
This is a recipe that has been passed down in my family from my great-grandmother, to my grandmother, to my mom, and now to me! I am so glad to have this family favorite! I have now become the designated "pickled beets" preparer in our family!
These chops have a sweet, slightly spicy flavor that my whole family loves. Serve with mashed potatoes because you will love the sauce served on them as well! This recipe came from our local school cookbook.
I remember having this cake when I was just a little girl. My Aunt Susie would make this for all our family get-togethers. A few years ago I called and asked if she would share it with me. A very light and refreshing dessert for the spring and summer months.
A wonderfully refreshing salad. We serve this as a side to our Chicken Enchiladas (recipe #85459). I originally found this recipe in LIGHTSTYLE magazine several years ago. (Cook time is for refrigeration.)
This recipe was shared with me by my mom. This is THE BEST potato salad I have ever had! Whenever we have family get-togethers, I always ask my mom to bring this salad! The vegetables add such a nice refreshing crunch. My mom also likes to add 1/4 cup diced green pepper and 1/4 cup diced cucumber, but I prefer it without.
This is a brine I came up with from various pickle recipes. Our family loves my salsa, which uses the pickled jalapenos in the recipe. Since we grow jalapenos, I decided to try making my own. We also like to eat these on nachos, tacos, and enchiladas!
This is a take on a recipe from the Better Homes and Gardens Magazine, January 1997. The original recipe calls for turkey, which we use occasionally, but we love to have this at other times throughout the year with chicken.