I found this recipe on the Betty Crocker website. It sounded so good I had to try it. I love it, it is a very refreshing cake with lemon tartness. Very easy to put together as you just mix it all in a saucepan. Hope you like it too! It is good with a fruit sauce on top like raspberry, blueberry or strawberry.
Delicious and so easy to make. If you like chocolate, coconut and nutsyou will like these. They are a little chewy like some candy bars like Snickers so are kind of like a Snickers with added coconut. Hope You like them, I sure do!!
I have had this recipe in my file for years and I'm not sure who I got it from. It is typed on a 3X5 card so I know it is pretty old. It is a very moist cake and you can frost it with cream cheese frosting or just top it whith whipped topping of your choice.
I first tried this salad a grocery store deli. I liked it so much that I requested the recipe from them but they wouldn't share it. I tinkered with it for many tries and finally came up with a very close match. It is a little different because it has quite a bit of pepper in it. Try it at least once the way it is posted I bet you will like it as much as I do. It is a touch spicy but you can't really tell why, thats why I call it Mystery Pasta Salad.
This is a very refreshing recipe I have used for years. It comes from the bag of Ocean Spray Cranberries bought in the grocery store. This time of year cranberries are plentiful where I live (in fact I have a huge bag 21 pounds in the refrigerator) so right now I try to give new recipes a try before the fresh ones have to go into the freezer. Give it a try it goes great with your Thanksgiving dinner. Enjoy!
I found this recipe in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinal food page in 2000. It is from Randy's Supper Club in Oconomowoc Wisconsin and it was requested by someone who had tried it while at the restaurant. I usually just make half a batch for the two of us because it does make quite a bit. But it is easy to cut the recipe in half. Hope you enjoy it as much as we do.
I have used this recipe for Salisbury Steaks for years. It has benn lurking in my recipe book forever and every once in awhile I get hungry for a different way to use ground beef instead of plain old hamburgers. The gravy is so tasty and very easy to prepare. I usually double the gravy ingredients because it is so good over mashed potatoes and sometimes I use stuffing with it for a change of pace. Hope you like it as much as we do.
I cut this recipe out of the Milwaukee Journal Sentenal many years ago so I don't remember who originally submitted it. I love this tasty, comfort food chowder. It's great on a cold winter day. Or when the corn is fresh off the cob. You can also add cooked ham or chicken if you would like a meaty chowder.
These mushrooms are the best! We like to serve them with steak, pasta, in omelettes, on hamburgers or just alone. The recipe I am posting makes alot so you might want to adjust for your needs. You can either slice, quarter or leave the mushrooms whole, whatever you prefer But they do freeze well. Enjoy!
I found this recipe on a can of Campbells Cream of Shrimp Soup many many years ago. If you would like to add extra shrimp I guess it might add a little extra taste but it is not necessary. It is very quick to put together and gives a nice presentation with its light pink color.
This recipe was given to me years ago by a dear friend. Sadly she has since passed away. I don't make this very often but it is delicious for those people who enjoy something different. I usually use a few mini bread pans to make it and give it away for gifts during the holidays.
I found this technique in and old butchers recipe book. I have been using it ever since as it really really does make meat and poultry much more flavorful. You will be amazed at the difference in the moistness and flavor.