I am required to bring this to all family gatherings since I started making it. It is addicting!!
This is the quick take on the regular Caramel Puffcorn recipe a - for when you don't have an hour to prepare it. This version takes only 10-15 minutes, depending on your microwave. Again, it is addicting! NOTE*** Be sure you get the caramel mixture to HARD CRACK stage, or it will not set with a crispy outer caramel layer. This is especially important in humid climates.
Just follow the steps (as if your life depended on it) and your tiramisu will be better than Olive Garden, Carabba's, Macaroni Grill and maybe even your grandma's! Recipe is from Italian Dessert Recipes.com - Lisa Wear
Finally! Deliciously not dry scones! My best friend makes these when we have coffee together and they're AWESOME. They never last long enough to take a photo - so someone else will have to help me out on that one. The base recipe would be great for any kind of add-ins.
Ham, potatoes and spinach in a light cream soup. My Grandma Elsie used to make this on the farm using Nettles or "Burning Weed". When they moved off the farm, she used spinach. This is a delicious way to use up the holiday ham leftovers. It's family tradition in our family to have spinach soup a few days after Easter. You can let it simmer all afternoon, or have it ready in about 2-3 hours.
Delicious broiled vegetables and chili beans wrapped in tortillas. Super easy. Can be whipped up quickly while camping too - just cook completely in the foil package over hot coals or on the grill. Use larger tortillas - you'll want to get as much stuffed in there as possible!
Served as either a main dish or a side dish and can be made from raw or cooked potatoes. It can be varied by adding the ingredients and seasonings of your choice such as cheese, bacon, onions, etc. Recipe from Restaurant Brasserie Anker Bern, Switzerland