This is a recipe that I adopted. I have used this glaze for pork loin in the past and it's wonderful. The original recipe calls for the roast to be cooked in the microwave, but I always bake mine in the oven so I have added oven instructions to the recipe.
Love this recipe because you don't have to peel the potatoes. I didn't get it from anywhere...I've always made garlic potatoes this way. I guess you could say it's my recipe....or maybe I do it this way because it's the way my mother did it. LOL
This recipe was given to me by a friend. I don't know where she got it. It's wonderful. I like the fact that you don't have to make a crustless cheesecake for it to be low carb. I put the splenda down as 3/4 to 1 cup because I tend to use a little less splenda because I don't like an overly sweet cheesecake. It's good either way. Bon Appetite!!
This is a yummy flavor filled chicken dish. It's perfect for those hot summer says when you don't want to heat up the kitchen. It can also be prepared in the broiler. I did not include marinating time in the total prep time. I like to serve it with a rice dish and a spinach salad. A cool key-lime pie would make it a perfect meal!
My grandmother used to can cherry pie filling to use all winter long. The only thing different that I do is add a little red food coloring to give it some color. You can also freeze this pie filling if you prefer. I am not listing any prep time because it depends on how fast you can pit the cherries.
I get lots of requests to "bring your squash dish" to different gatherings. I first tasted this dish at Luby's Cafeteria. It was published in their 50th Anniversary cookbook and I have adapted it to my taste. The original recipe calls for pimento or red sweet peppers instead of green chilis. I'm allergic to bell peppers so I found a substitute. You could also use seeded, chopped fresh tomatoes for a different taste.
This is a recipe that I adopted. I have been making this salad for years, but we always called it "Sorority Salad" for reasons unknown to anyone! I add 1/2 to 3/4 cups chopped pecans or walnuts. This is a very refreshing salad and is good to take to covered dish dinners.
Ruby Mae Bromley operated Mrs. Bromley's Dining Room in Clarendon, Texas many years ago. She was known throughout the area for her good country home cooking. If you like fried okra, you'll love this way of preparing it.
I got this recipe out of a German family cookbook which was compiled by some women in my home town. It's a great combination of pork chops & kraut. I like the chops to be about 1" thick. I believe they're much jucier than thin chops.
My mother found this recipe in a Pillsbury Bake-Off cookbook in the mid 1960's. It is sooooo good! Our family always liked it with more heat, so we sometimes added jalepeno peppers or served it with salsa on the side, but it's good as is.
I adopted this recipe because it's almost exactly the way I make baked beans. I have been known to use a can of white beans with the pork n beans. I also add about 1 teaspoon of mustard to mine. I bake mine in a 350 degree oven uncovered until the bacon is crispy and the apples are tender.
This is another of my adopted recipes. I have made this recipe for years. We always called it "Tex-Mex Cornbread". I cook mine in a large cast iron chicken fryer skillet which gives it a really nice crusty bottom. I then slice it in pie shaped wedges. It's very good served with chili or a hearty soup.
This is a really good addition to your menu when you're serving chicken enchiladas. It's not just another salad. I have even prepared it using pineapple instead of the mango and it's also good that way. None of us likes cilantro, so we leave it out. I've also used picante sauce from a jar in place of the Jalapeno pepper on occasion. I really don't remember where I got the recipe. I suspect it was in some magazine at some time or another.
This is a good recipe to use when you're having guests. You can serve it with mashed potatoes or noodles. I usually serve it with noodles and seldom have leftovers. From the Good Housekeeping Cookbook.