I broke my ankle and had to stay off my feet for three long months. This is one of the recipes my son made to stock my freezer. It's a wonderful, fragrant vegetarian soup. You can add some shredded chicken or pork to it if you want to add meat.
I'm always looking for good recipes that are low cal or low carb. This one fits the bill and is a great recipe to use in the summer when you want something cool to eat and to take advantage of all the great produce available. The best thing about it is no cooking necessary.
This recipe came from Real Simple Magazine. It reminds me of salsa in a soup format.
This cookie recipe is sooooooo good. The finely chopped walnuts add a richness to the cookies. The original recipe called for rolling these cookies in powdered sugar after they cool down, but honestly these cookies don't need the powdered sugar and are certainly less messy to eat without the sugar.
I got this recipe from the Super Shooter Idea Book. After trying different recipes, this one's my favorite. I think the rich flavor comes from the three egg yolks. I recommend using butter rather than margerine. It really gives the cookies that special flavor.
This is a great recipe that will feed a horde. I got the recipe from a friend who taught at a high school I used to work at. He is also a published author -- Ron Rozelle. This recipe works well in a crockpot. Serve in the crockpot with baskets full of corn chips.
This is a wonderful version. It tastes very light because of the fruit. When my children were small, loved the cake, and asked what it was called, I told them it was called "The Best Cake in The Whole Wide World." =)
This is a wonderful chile recipe. Different from any I have had before - no tomatoes or onions go into this recipe. I got this recipe while living in NJ from a Southern Living Magazine. I've lived in Texas for over 25 years now and this recipe really is the best. The chile powder and cumin can be adjusted up for additional heat.