I created this punch recipe by combining ideas from lots of others--the 'blue' ingredient that most of the other recipes on this site call for are actually not available here, so I had to find some substitutes! You may need to play with the ratios a bit to get that perfect color.
My mother's a descendent of Germans from Russia; the community makes a killer 'home brew'. This is a version made by our family friend, Terry Schutz, that is simple, easy, and delicious (and very potent; be careful!). Posting it here so I never lose it again!
This easy potato salad uses a box of scalloped potatoes. I think it would make a nice, light lunch with some soup and bread. Let me know how it tastes; I haven't had a chance to try it yet! 2 hours of cook time is chill time in the refrigerator. From Betty Crocker's Cookbook, 1972.
This recipe is different from the others on Zaar; the seasonings are not the same. I also liked the look of this recipe because it keeps processed ingredients to a minimum (hard to find convenience items in India sometimes). From "The Ultimate Cooking Course", 2003.
This looks like a simple, easy dish that comes together quickly for a brunch if some of the ingredients are prepared ahead of time. I liked that it was not a corned-beef hash recipe, too! Comes from "The Ultimate Cooking Course", 2003.
Though I have not tried this myself, the picture in the book looked delicious. It can be grilled or broiled. This looked like a healthy alternative to other preparations I've seen. From a cookbook entitled The Ultimate Cooking Course, 2003.
Our family loves these little 'mock hotpockets' and they come together really quickly. Add a side of salsa & fat-free sour cream for an easy, healthy lunch, or serve as an appetizer. There are many variations for these and they would be great for a lunchbox. These can be baked, then frozen, and reheated in the microwave. Adapted from an idea I saw in Quick Cooking that called for a can of bean dip in place of the bean mixture I use.