Throw this on the grill with your 'burgers or steaks and corn on the cob or potatoes and the only mess in the kitchen is your measuring spoon! I prepare everything for the grill, hand it off to my husband and sit back and relax!!
I found this recipe "taped to the top" of one of my Granny's recipe boxes. No name, just a hand written recipe listing ingredients and the note "serve with rice pilaf, 1/2 wild". I'm sure this could easily be done in the crockpot too!
I have no idea why Granny called this "Italian" but that's what the recipe says. Her notes on the card say "Will keep 10 days or longer. The older it gets the better. I always leave over night before eating." Splenda can easily be substituted for the sugar.
Another recipe from my Granny's collection. Her notes on the card indicate "quick and delicious". I think this is a creative twist on the standard meatloaf and uses one of Granny's favorite ingredients - CORN!
I adapted this from a recipe found in "Outsmart Diabetes Cookbook". Not a big lover of fish, I really enjoyed the flavor of this one. Note that the cooking time includes 1 hour for marinating. This can also be done in a basket on the grill.