You can use your favorite brandy or whiskey (bourbon). You can also make this sweet or sour to your liking by using 50/50 or 7-Up. I've heard that this is a "regional" drink, because it's not as common outside of our state!
From a Pampered Chef party that I recently hosted. Great served with the Lime Tortilla Chips (Tostitos brand) or over fish and chicken! For those people who do not like cilantro (like me!), use flat-leaf parsley in place of the cilantro - it really adds to the color of this salsa!
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.
I received this recipe from our Pastor's wife who had made them for a dinner party. From the first time I tried one, I fell in love! This is one of my favorite appetizers to serve around the holidays (or anytime!) :)
Raclette is a wonderful cheese originating in Switzerland. We enjoyed a variation of this appetizer at the 7th annual Kohler Food & Wine Experience held in Kohler, Wisconsin. Chef Ryan Anderson was our presenter and used truffles in his original recipe...however, for those of us who can't afford to use truffles, he suggested using other woodsy flavored mushrooms. This is to be served with my recipe for recipe#263129.
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.