After watching a Chef prepare some baked beans in a smoker on a TV show I was more than intrigued. I made these and my husband could NOT stop eating them. These are the perfect side dish for any pot luck or BBQ party. Seriously - don't wait for a party - make them now and enjoy!
After watching The Pioneer Woman make her version of this I decided to take the basics of her recipe and adjust to our tastes (i.e. make due with what I had on hand). I loved the ease and the great taste of this!
I watched Ina Garten make this on the Today show a few weeks before Christmas 2013 and immediately was intrigued. I made this on Christmas and was met with great reviews from all that tried it. This is a savory bread pudding (like dressing), NOT a dessert!! *I did make leaving the crust on the bread for added texture.
This recipe was finally gifted to me - it was my Grandma Dorotha's recipe. The woman could cook for an army from scratch and never break a sweat! She did use to help cook at the grade school I attended! This woman also used measurements like "butter size of walnut", "enough flour to make smooth dough" or "beat till color of egg yolk". I think I now have her recipes figured out. I hope this recipe will bring wonderful memories to you or become a tradition for your family. Prep. time is approx. and will vary with your previous kitchen experience.
My son introduced me to this wonderful treat and the search was on! I had to find a way to make my own as I can't rationalize driving 35 miles one way to my fix. This delicious drink can now be had any time of the day or night! I hope you enjoy this as much as I do.
*Prep & cook times are estimated. The first few times it took me longer, each time does get easier.
Discovered this in an old Southern Living Cookbook. I made this for Christmas years ago and the entire family still raves about it. After digging through dozens of cookbooks I decided to post it here. Little sister has asked me to make this for Christmas again this year. Cook time does not include chill time.
My dad found this recipe in 1994 and began making this every year, batch after batch, after batch. He thought I was crazy for asking him to copy the recipe out for me (I wanted HIS handwriting) but he did it. He made this such a special memory for our entire family. It's easy, made in microwave and soooo very good. I lost my dad to cancer in 2008 and now my eldest son is wanting to take on the tradition. Here's to you Daddy.
During the heat wave of July 2011 we got tired of grilling and bbq. The crockpot did get more than it's fair share of use. Using what I had on hand I made this dish and was very happily surprised at the great outcome! I grew up with Mom fixing neck bones & potatoes often, so I thought this might be a close call to a trip down memory lane yet updated.
One of my clients is quite a chef and we usually always talk food before doing any business. After begging him for over 2 years, he finally shared his brine recipe that he uses for his chicken and pork. This is wonderful and so incredibly easy! (Cook time is NOT soak time)
Recipe courtesy of Cooks.com via PBS. I thought I made one mean pecan pie but this one did catch my eye and my son said "PLEASE make that pie". Posting here for easier access and of course to share. Prep/Cook time does not include making of the pie dough or chill times.
After watching Carla Hall make this on the TV show The Chew on ABC, I knew my family would love it! After several attempts to share the recipe from their web-site unsuccessfully, I am posting it here for safe keeping. Make the pecans ahead (note, they are addictive) and the syrup the day before. Don't be scared of the ingredients, it is a super easy recipe to make and the tastes are so worth every bit of effort! Cook time does not include the cooking time of the pecans or syrup.
I had been wanting to try a good AND easy Polenta recipe and after watching Cook's Country recently I thought I could do this! This is very good, super easy and pairs wonderfully with Beef Stew and could easily be a main course!
I got this recipe years ago from a co-worker. There are several recipes with the same basic ingredients but none with the instructions she gave to me. I think that makes a big difference! Prep time does not include chill time or letting eggs come to room temperature.
A dear friend shared this recipe with me when I was gifted my KitchenAid Ice Cream Mixer attachment. It doesn't get any easier than this and tastes just like a Wendys(r) Frosty! This recipe is for making in a traditional ice cream freezer with ice and salt, for my attachment, I cut the recipe in half. Cook time is actual freezing/churning time.
Tired of the usual meatloaf and looking for something a little different, I came upon this idea of making do with what I had on hand. It's not the like most "stuffed" recipes and it's certain to please the Meat & Taters type of eaters I seem to cater to. Feel free to adjust the seasonings and ingredients to your tastes, but I do hope you will try this and enjoy as much as my family does. This make a very large pan that can easily serve10-12 adults. Don't let the long list of ingredients fool you, this is super easy to prepare and works wonderfully in the crock pot!
This is a recipe from a neighbor of our when I was a little girl. She was a great cook and I remember her being thrilled to find out these did great in the newest kitchen appliance, the Crock Pot! There are several recipes close, but this is Thelma's.