Too busy to chop and roast and cut and toast your own homemade ingredients? I love the "tomato basil" soups you get at Panera or McAlister's or other restaurants, but never have time to make them from scratch. This is a "cheater" recipe that I think comes in really close to the homemade varieties.
My mom started making this for our family about 30 years ago - not sure where she got the recipe, but every time I've taken it to a potluck, I get a lot of requests for the recipe. And it is so easy, you won't believe it could taste so good! See what you think...
Fresh, warm, buttery "biscuits" with dried cranberries, drizzled with a little bit of a sweet orange glaze. My kids and grandkids (and I) loved 'em! Took a couple of different scone recipes and modified as I went along.
I made pasta and marinara sauce for my grandkids today, and had left-over pasta, so I decided to invent a pasta salad. I was a little worried about this one, but I think it turned out great! Very different than any pasta salad I have eaten before. Give it a try and let me know what you think!
One of my original recipes, rather unusual but great to make when you are hungry for something different - definitely not your same ole' spaghetti! I was really quite surprised when this turned out so well - it is a strange combination of ingredients.
This is my attempt to duplicate the wonderful green chile stew we ate while on vacation in New Mexico earlier this month. This is a mild stew, so if you want it spicier, add jalapenos or other hot pepper(s) of your choice.
Before Mac & Cheese came in a cardboard box, it was made from scratch. My Mom made the best I ever tasted, but I don't have her recipe - so I made this one up. I take it to all the family potluck dinners, and get rave reviews! This recipe fills a very large (bigger than 9x12) casserole dish.
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