I worked at A&W in the Montreal area during my college years and, by far, these were the best "non-steamie" hot dog around! Easy to make and so tasty. In the '70s we used Canadian back bacon - nowadays, they use regular bacon - both taste great. Ohhhhh, the memories :-)
A very good dressing I found on the back of a pre-mixed cole slaw package. Tasty, easy to throw together and just like what you would find in a deli. You can make extra dressing if you like your cole slaw "extra creamy" as well as use your own mixture of shredded green cabbage, carrots and red cabbage....We love it!!!
This should warm you up!! Just the smell in the house makes my mouth water. I treated my neighbour to some last week and she keeps asking when I will make some more. "Good for the heart" comfort. Enjoy.
I jotted this recipe down while watching Food Network...I don't know if it is exact but I make it all the time and it turns out great! It is a great comfort food served with mashed potatoes and garlickly green beans.
I have been using this recipe for years! It comes from the Junior League of Tyler, Texas and is amazing. I have made some minor adjustments and make it often for potlucks...always gets a solid "thumbs up". One friend told me "oh my wife won't eat it because it has curry in it"...guess what, she went for seconds (possibly thirds). You can adjust the amount of curry to your taste. The original recipe calls for celery but I have sometimes substituted it with green pepper. This is definitely better the second day. I hope you enjoy it as much as we do :)
This recipe is from a Pillsbury Classic cookbook and, with a few minor modifications, I wanted to share it. It is a truly home-made with love chicken soup. I am making it today because....I feel a cold coming on and just want to curl up with a steaming bowl of deliciousness!! :-) I suppose you could make this in a crock pot but the thought of a soup pot on the stove is comfort in itself!! (Note: If you prefer noodles to rice, add 1 cup of uncooked egg noodles during last 10 minutes of cooking time).
This was a staple for me growing up in Quebec and brings back many happy memories. A perfect winter comfort food!!! I have tweaked an original recipe and wanted to share it with you. Great at breakfast with fried egg and sausage. A hearty meal with crusty bread and salad. It takes some time but well worth the wait -- I hope you enjoy them. Special note: some people prefer using salt pork when preparing baked beans - I use sliced bacon instead.
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