For naughty boys and girls! Found this in my local paper years ago. From Martha Stewart. The packaging ideas are endless!
(*The only thing not mentioned in the original directions is the greasing of the foil lined pan. I always spray well with cooking spray to make removing the candy easier.)
After many attempts at making hummus I have finally perfected it...at least for my tastes. This is actually a combination of Ina Garten's Barefoot Contessa hummus recipe and Giada De Laurentis' Everyday Italian White Bean Dip with Pita Chips.
*Total prep and cooking time is estimated.
Sadly, I cannot take credit for this pizza. It's from Sam the Cooking Guy. The spicy chili sauce really makes this pizza pop. You can omit the chili sauce if you don't care for spicy food, but I really suggest trying it. I also drizzled a little more plain bbq sauce to the pizza before topping with mozzarella to make it even more saucy. We made this last night and absolutely loved it.
Another recipes found in Martha's 2001 Holiday Cookies magazine. A great recipe that works perfectly every time. Don't let the directions scare you...it's a really easy recipe. (*Note - Prep time DOES NOT include any chill time)
This is one of the first Rachel Ray recipes I ever made. We've had this dish more than a dozen times and it is a success each time. *I have never used anise seed in this recipe and its never compromised the flavor.
I created this recipe for my sweet husband. His favorite thing to order from a local pizzeria is their family sized stromboli. This is our version. This recipe makes two large strombolis and could feasibly serve four people, or one hungry husband for two days. You could make the pizza dough, but I buy it pre-made for convencience sake.
I found this recipe in Martha's 2001 Holiday Cookies magazine and have been making it every Christmas since. It is among my most requested cookies during the holiday season. (*Prep time does not include chill time)
Found this while searching for ground venison recipes. Made it last night with lots of success. My husband and I loved it...'BETTER than ground beef' he says. The original introduction says..."This is my husband's recipe for venison meatloaf. He combined several recipes to come up with the right combination of ingredients. It tastes like regular meatloaf."
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