I found this recipe many years ago in a Cooking Light magazine, and this is really a winner!! The Blackberry Mustard makes 16 servings, so I freeze the leftover in 1/4 cup servings, and can defrost one or two whenever I fix a grilled meat and am hungry for the sauce. This recipe maybe looks putsy, but I make it lot for company since I can brown it and let it cook for 30 minutes, then finish it off. Everybody always gathers in the kitchen anyway, so I usually put one or two of the guests to work to help finish the meal. The dry rub on the tenderloins makes the blackberry mustard sauce taste even sweeter. I have used both fresh and frozen blackberries in this recipe and both taste great!!
Found this on the Weight Watchers site in 2007 when I was looking for something special and easy to make. Could not believe this only had 4 points per serving. This is really a no fuss dish and comes together in minutes--easy to put together after work.
Found this one on the foot network website, and it looked so different than any coleslaw I have ever made I decided to take a chance. Besides, I really like dried cranberries. Goes together very quickly, however, the next time I make it, I will put the dressing on about 1 hour before serving. The flavors are great, but I want to have the dressing do a little melding before serving. Enjoy!
Each year on the night of the Oscars, we fix a meal that has one item from each of the five nominated films for Best Picture. In 2008, "No Country for Old Men" was nominated and this recipe for kielbasa caught my eye. This food "traverses West Texas" as sausage is big in Texas. We tried it and really liked it. This is also a great breakfast dish with pancakes or oatmeal. Hope you like it, too.
Found this in Good Housekeeping, June 2008 issue. I have a husband who really likes blue cheese, but is not fond of eggs, so this one really fits him to a "T". Made it for company and everyone wanted the recipe--no one had tasted anything like it. I have used both Yukon gold and russet potatoes, can't taste much of a difference, but the fresh green beans are an absolute MUST! Enjoy.
Any fruit can be used, but this is my favorite combination. If you wish to use oranges and grapes in the same batch, DON'T add the oranges until ready to serve or the grapes become very bitter. Got this from another site and because the dressing has such a bite, everyone loved it at Easter, 2008. Couldn't find it anywhere on Zaar, so wanted to give everyone a chance to try this wonderfully fresh fruit with a zesty bite. Be careful of the cayenne, it really has a bite.
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