This made the house smell heavenly, a perfect cool weather dish. The meat literally falls off the bones. Mashed potatoes as an accompaniment is a must. The total cooking time is actually 2 hours 15 minutes, adding in the time to thicken the sauce the total cooking time is 2 1/2 hours.
Easy to make, these wings melt in your mouth. The caesar dressing keeps the wings very tender and tasty. A family favorite, I have also served them at parties, although if you do I'd double the recipe - they disappear pretty quickly.
An excellent spice rub for chicken - for those who like things with a kick. I have cooked this both on a rotissiere and in the oven - the rotissiere creates a crisper skin, much like you would get in the neighbourhood deli, but the oven roasted tastes just as good.
This is one of my favorite summer time salads, and a great addition to picnics or barbecues. A package of frozen yellow and green beans can be substituted for the fresh, but personally I think the fresh make it taste better.
While not traditional, I really like this version of Shepherd's Pie. Ketchup or HP sauce are excellent condiments for this recipe. You can substitute pretty much any veggie you like for the green pepper - peas and corn are my personal favorites - 1 cup would probably be enough.
This recipe was handed down from my Mother who has been making it as long as I can remember. I usually serve it with ham, but it's versatile enough for any meat, or sweet enough to be served as a dessert. Cooking time is the chilling time in this recipe.
This is one of my favorite ways to 'do up' chicken. I adapted it from an Old Bon Appetite recipe. I usually serve it with Italian bread, steamed green beans, and mashed potatoes to soak up the flavorful sauce. I used Lennie's wonderful Turkey Stock in place of the Chicken broth the last time I made this - it worked wonderfully!
Refreshing dessert, fit for company but easy enough to make for a family dinner. Prep time includes refrigeration for the jello to start to set, I'm guessing it takes around 20 minutes or so. I prefer this recipe with fresh raspberries, but frozen works just as well. The serving size is also an estimate, I used a lasagna pan to make it in and it served 13 last Thanksgiving - it really depends how big you cut the squares.
Perfect for those of us who hate fiddling with pie crust, this pie is sweet with tart lemon flavour. Although the preparation looks involved this is actually quite a simple pie to make, and the end result is worth it!