Here in New England, where cranberries are more plentiful (and less expensive) than cherries, my dear sister-in-law would make this pie every year. We lost her a few years ago, but will always remember her warm and loving personality through her recipes.
At parties I love to serve those little bacon wrapped water chestnuts. I thought it would be fun to 'wrap' other things so I came up with these. Let me know if you have any other favorites you like to 'wrap up'!
This recipe is over 30 years old and I can't remember who I got it from. I know the trend is for spicy barbecue now, but my family really loves the flavor of these tasty ribs. They are especially good when accompanied with mashed potatoes and corn on the cob. *Note- cooking time is for the sauce only, not the ribs.
I got this recipe from a recipe exchange and I haven't tried it yet. Although it seems like a lot of whiskey, I will make it next time my brothers-in-law come to dinner. I'm sure they'll appreciate it!
This is a very good and hearty old-fashioned dish that I think came from Taste of Home. It's almost like a stew or even a soup. I have tried it with keilbasa but it wasn't as good. I like to serve it with rye bread.
I love my bread machine! It's great to come home from work on a cold winter day and smell fresh bread baking. Unfortunately since there are no preservatives in fresh baked bread, I was always throwing out stale bread to the birds. This recipe is a great way to use all that stale bread and it is definately NOT for the birds!
A great combination of Chicken, Cashews and Pasta. Served warm or cold, this is a good way to use left over grilled chicken. (Prep time is approximate and cooking time is the time it takes to boil the pasta)