My family loves hot wings! After several attempts of trying to re-create the restaurant hot wings, I finally came up with this recipe which my whole family seems to approve. My husband thinks they could be hotter, but then again, he adds red pepper flakes to most of his food. The kids and I think they are hot enough, but add even more Tabasco if you wish!
My sister received this recipe from a friend, because she was having trouble falling asleep at night. The friend told my sister if she drank this shake before going to bed, it would help her fall asleep. My sister swears by it! I don't have trouble falling asleep, so I can't say if it really works, but it taste great! :)
I adopted this recipe from Recipezaar in August 2006. I haven't tried the recipe, but I hope to very soon. Here is what the original poster said about this recipe: "In Germany you can buy a large version of these throughout the year in any bakery. I include these in my xmas bakery."
A plain, yet flavorful quick bread made with sourdough starter. I found the recipe printed in the Houston Chronicle years ago. To give the bread a kick, you can add fruits and nuts of your choice. This bread feezes well.
I adopted this recipe from Recipezaar in August 2006. I haven't tried the recipe, but I hope to very soon. Here is what the original poster said about this recipe: "This treat relates to the all so famouse apple cobbler mom used to make."
I received this recipe from my cousin Leslie when putting together our family cookbook. The recipe belonged to her grandmother, Bernice Peters Chastain (my grandpa's sister). She said that she originally used white cornmeal, but her family always thought it looked "anemic" so they used yellow cornmeal. I believe this is the perfect southern cornbread recipe! It's actually the only cornbread that my step-son will eat!
My Aunt Lorraine brought this salad to one of our Easter dinners several years ago. It was a huge hit and I made sure that she gave me a copy of the recipe. However, she wasn't very specific with the size of salad dressing bottles. Cook time = refrigerate time.