Scrambled Eggs with a little something extra! Don't overcook the eggs. Just draw a spatula over the mixture occasionally instead of stirring constantly. This will keep the eggs from becoming dry and crumbly.
Ribs with a homemade BBQ sauce....tender and fall off the bone delicious! Recipe originates from the Girl Scout Council in Hattiesburg, MS, posted by Jasmeen Williams, with a little bit of alterations by me.
I have to admit, I'm a purist and love plain old banana bread. But my kids (and my Mom) are chocoholics, and love this version! So we alternate. I also prefer to leave the nuts out, but mom and kids like the nuts in. I've listed as optional.
The bulk of the time spent with this recipe is marinating and cooking, very little active time involved.A slightly different take on a baked turkey breast. Adapted from Vermont Kitchens Revisited cookbook. Marinating time is not included in the prep and cooking times.
This recipe is full of fresh vegetables, and great for those on a low-carb diet. I have to admit, I tend to increase the amount of olives....just love them. Adapted from a recipe from the Junior League of Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Prep time includes 1 hour of "sitting time" for the tomato mixture...passive time.
Vegetarian Spaghetti....I use angel hair pasta, personal preference. I've served this using two cans of black beans, but I prefer the mix of cannellini and black beans, although the contrast is better with the black beans.
Although this recipe calls for carrots and baby spinach, feel free to chop up a bit of whatever fresh vegetable you have to throw into this soup. I've used zucchini, a bit of eggplant....just whatever I have a bit extra of. From Bon Appetit magazine.