This is different from most of the Banana Split Cakes I have seen on Zaar. I am not too fond of the one made with pudding, pineapple, etc. This is an actual banana cake with a chocolate ring of cake inside, almost pound cake in consistency. It is served with Strawberry Sauce. The recipe is from Better Homes and Gardens All Time Favorite Cake and Cookie Recipes, circa 1980.
A different way to cook spaghetti. The homemade BBQ sauce is delicious, but I suppose in a pinch you could use any pre-made sauce. From Down Home with the Neelys on Food Network (what would we do without that channel)!
From Cook's Illustrated. It’s important to slice the fennel very thin. Use the slicing disk on a food processor or a sharp chef’s knife. Sweet, crisp apples, such as a Fuji, Gala, or Braeburn, work best in this recipe.
I have not tried this yet. It sounds like an interesting recipe to take to a potluck. It's from Diabetic Gormet Magazine's daily e-mail and they got it from "1,001 Delicious Recipes" for People with Diabetes. Please note, it is recommended that this chill overnight, which is included in cook time.
From Cook's Country.com. Do not substitute regular chocolate chips for the miniature chips. Regular chips are much heavier and will sink to the bottom of the cupcakes. Prep/cook time does not include time to bring ingredients to room temperature.
With the exception of beef and cheese, there is no burger combination more revered than beef and bacon. I got this from Gourmet magazine and they said "An improved classic with crumbled pieces of cooked bacon in the middle of the burger.
My mother used to grind the bologna with her old-fashioned crank grinder. She would make large batches as we all loved this. Thinking back, I am sure it also helped stretch her food budget. It really is good and simple to make.
Day-old, good-quality bread can be recycled in Mediterranean-style salads. Sourdough or a sturdy peasant bread is needed for this salad. Airy, unsubstantial bread will become soggy very quickly. From Cook's Illustrated