This is soooo good, especially with grilled pork and chicken.
I tried to locate the source of the recipe, but couldn't find it so, to whomever created it, THANKS!!!
I took the liberty of cutting the oil to 1 tablespoon.
Somebody just emailed this to me and I can't wait to try it out!! How fun for a family gathering!!
The ingredients, other than the eggs, are prepared beforehand, with guests adding whatever they would like. The possibities are endless!!
Prep time includes time to prepare a variety of ingredients from which guests can choose. Use two large or extra-large eggs per omelet
I suppose the reason this is called Deception Tuna Spread is that only a closer look will reveal that you are enjoying plain old tuna from a can! I suppose it's the coctail sauce, but this tastes like shrimp cocktail and at a fraction of the cost!
I found this recipe while surfing, but I just can't remember where I was when I found it! Mia Culpa!
Nonetheless, it's a fun idea for kids of all ages on St. Patrick's Day and with a few modifications, can be adapted to nearly any occasion.
You'll catch my drift when you see the recipe!
This one gets five stars for ease of preparation and for taste, as well. My aunt gave it to me and she had clipped it out of the April, 1981 issue of Carolina Country, a magazine of her electric co-op. The recipe had been submitted by Mrs. Melvin Ezell of Charlotte, NC.
I just read the recipe posted a day or two ago called "Ralph." "Ralph" reminded me of the first time I tried this salad at a friend's house several years ago. I wouldn't have tried this if I hadn't tasted it first!
Yes, it sounds weird, but unlike "Ralph" it is really a great side dish and very unusual. Hope I have the size of the pimento jar correct. I just know those jars as large and small. This is the large one!
DO NOT use kosher dills with garlic. Use plain dill pickles only.
This recipe serves a crowd. It's easy and more importantly, it's different as well as delicious! Great for those holiday brunches.
Not low-fat, not low-cal but hey, when you're having a fun get-together, it really hits the spot.
Great served with mimosas!
This is one of the best pasta/seafood dishes I have ever tasted! I know the recipe came from a cookbook, but a friend gave it to me several years ago (xeroxed the page) and the title of the book doesn't appear. Sorry I can't give credit!
I've made it with scallops, too, and it's just as good.
From Southern Living's Party Cookbook, this recipe alone has proved to be well worth the price of the book (which I've had for YEARS). With one of these in the freezer, you don't ever have to worry about unexpected guests dropping in!
This is a fantastic recipe from Mollie Katzen's "Still Life with Menu Cookbook."
This is probably my personal favorite recipe in the book - easy, quick, low in fat and good for you!
Freshly ground parmesan and black pepper may be added at the end of preparation
Greens portion of the recipe can be made 1 or two days head.
I have been making this recipe for years and it is always a hit with family and guests. Not sure where it originated, but whoever concocted it gets a gold star!
The recipe is easily doubled or trippled and I always double the sauce so we'll have plenty to spoon over rice.
Everyone I know LOVES the sausage balls we bake for the holidays, but I needed to use Pepper Jack cheese, so I came up with this alternative. We like these, hope you do, too! The cumin a garlic salt was a good amount for our family, but I'm sure they can be adjusted to taste.
Being one of the GRITS (Girls Raised In The South), I grew up eating Chicken Bog, especially when my mom had a lot to do (like at Christmastime). It's easy,, and with a tossed salad, makes a one-dish meal that always makes'em ask for seconds. Can be made ahead, adding the rice about 20 minutes before dinner.
I've never been able to tell the difference between this imposter and the real deal. Easy, Easy, Easy!!
I actually overheard this recipe at a meeting when I was working as a journalist. I tried it, and it's a winner! You might be able to get more than 70 cookies out of this recipe.
I got these at a cookie swap a few years ago and these have been among the favorite cookies in my family ever since! I believe the recipe may have come from Southern Living. I use canned frosting, zapped a few seconds in the microwave to speed up prep time. A favorite chocolate frosting, made with simisweet chocolate bits, can also be used.