I got this recipe from a friend who was raised in Argentina. It was one of her favorites. It soon became one of mine. This recipe can be prepared up to 8 hours ahead and baked at dinner time. Bring to room temperature first. It is also great re-heated the next day.
This sounds a bit odd but, trust me, it is wonderful! You can use other types of pickles if you wish. I've heard of people who use Kosher dills. Personally, I find the sweet-tart flavor of sweet gerkins blend beautifully with the peanut butter. This recipe can easily be multiplied.
I got this recipe from the Troy, Ohio, Strawberry Festival. Unlike most strawberry breads, this one calls for strawberry jam...not fresh berries. Because of this it is ideal for celebrations at any time of the year.
I tried this at a church pot luck lunch. The lady who brought it kindly shared her recipe with me. The combination of sweet, creamy, warm, and spicy makes this dish the very definition of "comfort food". Tastes like a yummy pudding. A great way to get the kids to eat some vegggies.
A wonderful change from plain cranberry sauce, this dish can be served as a salad, an accompaniment to the turkey, or even a light dessert. Can be made a day ahead and kept refrigerated til the big day. Prep time does not include setting time.
This is one of the best new recipes we have tried in quite a while. The original recipe called for 4 bone-in pork chops, but as mom is allergic to pork products we changed it to chicken breasts. We also used boneles breasts because we had them. This reduced the cooking time somewhat. The time here is for the boneless breasts. If you use bone-in meat, it will take a bit longer.
My mom came up with this concoction when I was a kid. My dad asked what it was. She said, "It doesn't have a name. You name it." Ever since then it has been known as "Sexy Chow". It was one of Dad's all time favorites.
In earlier times mincemeat was just what the name implies...finely choppped meat, preserved for the winter. After butchering the stock in the fall most of the meat was canned, dries or smoked. Mincemeat was made from the bits and peices left over. Sounds gross..but is really very tasty. You haven't lived til you've tasted "real" mincemeat pie.