Found in the November 2008 Woman's Day magazine and thought that DBF Steve would like it as he loves green beans with vinegar. I was right! He loves it and has requested it again and again so I'm posting it here for safe keeping. Note: I am listing the recipe as it was in the magazine, but when I make it I have used a 2 pound package of frozen green beans and cook them in those new Ziploc steamer bags (from frozen) for about 5-6 minutes. I also chop the bacon before frying it.
My DS loves the refrigerated Pineapple/Orange/Banana juice. This was developed for him (and to save me some money..that stuff is expensive when a teenage boy can drink a whole carton of it in a day!!) I do this in a tall glass with my stick blender.
I know, I know I already have a Maple/Apple recipe here but this is slightly different and equally as good over pancakes, or frozen yogurt or icecream. Try sprinkling on some toasted pecans or walnuts and adding some whipped cream to that sundae!!! Great way to use those soon to be here fall apples! From Foodfit.
These are all my favorite things, carmelized onions, potatoes and corn. I rarely use the red onion and use a vidalia instead but the red would also add a nice color. I also most times use basil in place of the rosemary as it is a favorite too! This is lower in fat and a better for you potato pancake! From a fitness website.
Another Happy Cow recipe...this one is awesome with a Mediterranean feel! Try it with some grilled chicken added and served with a crusty bread for a main dish. No mayo makes this one picnic friendly and it is best served at room temperature.
My DBF is a trucker and when I ride with him we frequent the truck stops. I got hooked on kielbasa for breakfast from the truck stop buffets. This is a great recipe for a change of pace breakfast. We like it with French toast or pancakes.
Brushetta? Appetizer? With a salad? Snack? You decide, this is a great combo of crunchy and creamy and the flavors are.....dreamy! I have done this on the top shelf of the BBQ grill with no problems, so as not to heat up the oven.
My kids eat this on a regular basis BUT they think that Ranch dressing and cheese are condiments like ketchup is! We make these also as snack size using an english muffin. This is the actual recipe from California cheese with the added variations. Serving size is for 4 normal meal size portions or 1 teenage son!
When my kids were little I used to always try to make something "out of the ordinary" to keep them on their toes. I have no idea where this "brain child" came from but it was always fun to do and to eat. I couldnt post the original recipe the way it is written so the (CAPITALIZED INGREDIENTS) are the original.