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.
After undergoing gastric bypass surgery, the need existed for increasing protein in my diet. This is what I cam up with for breakfast. The amount of protein depends upon the protein powder you use. AFter trial and expensive error, the protein powder I found I liked best is Unjury brand, available at www.unjury.com
I have a recipe-a-day calendar and this was December 16th's recipe. It seems so simple. It would be even simpler if you substituted cool whip for the whipped cream. I have not made this yet, but I plan to. I'm guessing at preparation times.
From Cook's Illustrated. If using a tart apple, add up to 1 tablespoon brown sugar. The dressing is nice on spicy greens like arugula and watercress, with garnishes such as shaved Parmesan, toasted nuts, and thin slices of apple or fennel. Use about 2 tablespoons of this dressing per quart of greens, serving two
Given to me by my mother. Its a spicy, sweet mix. The fruit you add is your preference. Combinations such as raspberries, honey dew, yellow apples, and grapes is good. Just make sure that it's about 1 to 1-1/2 cups
From America's Test Kitchen. A fast corn and tomato salad pairs well with quick-cooking chicken breasts, but a few tricks—like jumpstarting the corn in the microwave first—streamline this recipe even further. For this dish, buy chicken breasts that are about 1/2-inch thick.