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)!
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.
Looked and looked on Zaar for just the shortbread crust and found many delicious crusts, but just not the one I was looking for. Perhaps I didn't key in the right search, but I found this recipe on the web and it's just what I was looking for...simple.
I saw this on America's Test Kitchen. I have made several yellow cakes from recipezaar, and while most of them were good, none of them had that light and fluffy "box cake" texture without the boxed mix taste (ewwww). This is a wonderful cake. I won't post a pic of my cake, because I was practicing with a new cake decorating tool I bought and it looks a little funny! NOTE: I forgot to put "melted" after the butter.
This recipe contains no raw egg, no shortening or oil, it's all butter baby. I have tried another zaar recipe for whoopie pies, but I like this one. It is from Cook's Country.com. Don’t be tempted to bake all the cakes on one baking sheet; the batter needs room to spread in the oven.
I love lemon cakes, pies, cookies, etc. This cake is the best! It comes from Cook's Illustrated Magazine, Mar/Apr 07 edition. As always, they area very precise with their directions, so they might be long, but don't be put off by that. The filling can be made a day ahead, it does get a little stiff, just stir it to loosen it up a bit. Chill leftovers.