Super easy to do once you get the hang of it, and very yummy. My Grandpa was famous for these--he would have nearly everyone from church over to the house after service and would spend the morning feeding everyone. I remember him cooking at the stove with a crepe pan on all four burners to keep up with the demand!
We like to take this recipe (made ahead of time) camping with us and cook over the coleman stove.
Don't be put off by the recipe length- it's actually quite easy and makes a really elegant meal. The garlic is not overpowering- the chicken gets a very nice balance of flavors. We like to toss extra cloves in the bottom of the pan with the juices and mash them when they are roasted to spread on fresh crusty bread. Prep time includes brining time. From America's Test Kitchen.
My mom's recipe for icing. Growing up we couldn't wait for birthdays, just to be able to swipe some of this good stuff as she was icing the cakes. So much better than store bought or bakery icing, easier than cooked icing.
My neighbor makes this every couple months, and we share a slice warm with coffee the day she bakes it, and cold for dessert with milk the next day! I believe the recipe originated from the Land O Lakes Butter label.
I don't remember where I got this one, but it is a hit at get-togethers. I prefer to dice my whole olives, rather than use chopped, just for appearance. Serve with pita chips, bread rounds, fresh veggies, or as a sandwich spread. Cook time includes chill time.
My mom found this recipe for my grandmother several years ago- Grandma said they were just like the rolls her primary school used to serve. These are now a family standard! The rolls are a little sweeter and heavier than most dinner rolls, and make an excellent dough for cinnamon rolls! Prep time includes rising time.