This is a recipe I found on display at a local grocery store. It sounds very good and looks as though it'll be very easy to prepare. I'll be making this soon to serve with spaghetti or lasagne and salad.
Another recipe I found in an old recipe card file that I'm placing on Zaar for safekeeping. I remember making this for our family when I was in high school and everybody loved it. By the way, me and high school are ancient history, LOL!
I found this recipe on a display in my local grocery store, it's by McCormick/Schilling. This is a very tasty dip that I've served at my Cinco de Mayo get-togethers. Very quick and easy to make. Enjoy!
As I was going through some of my old (very old) recipe boxes, I came across this ribs recipe that I haven't made in years, but will again soon. I recall these being nicely sweet with a definite Hawaiian influence.
This is a recipe that we made in homemaking class and it's so easy and good. There's nothing quite like the smell of home-baked bread. I've made this recipe many times over the years to the delight of my family. By the way, the homemaking class I'm referring to was way back in 1965, LOL!
Time is approximate and does not reflect refrigeration time.
This pancit is extremely good and easy to make. I found this gem on Allrecipes.com and have made it twice now. It's just the best. I use green onion instead of regular onion and I've made it using shrimp instead of chicken; pork would be good too. Instead of regular head cabbage, I used Napa cabbage which is just great. I hope you enjoy this as much as my family does.
I love everything cabbage, so when I ran across this recipe for colcannon, which is different than others I've tried as it uses kale, I knew I had to hold onto it. I'll be making this soon. I hope it sounds as good to you as it does to me.
I found this marinade recipe on the "Life Tips" website while looking for methods of freezing vegetables. Use this on steaks for grilling, roasts, kabobs. This recipe provides great Mexican flavoring, is quick and easy to prepare, and delicious to boot.
This recipe is the result of playing around with several different recipes I've tried. Everybody who's tried it says it is the best of the best bar none. This is a quick and easy recipe to prepare, and it's easy to increase or decrease the amount as needed. Enjoy!
This is a family favorite that we make any time, not just holidays or special occasions. It's quick easy and delicious! I hope you enjoy it as much as we do. This recipe came from a little recipe book entitled "Classic Desserts from the Dessert Maker." The book features the Eagle Brand Sweetened Condensed Milk product.