I can't remember where I picked this recipe up. It was just scrawled on a scrap of paper. It may have come from our local Key West paper which often has tasty recipes. We eat a lot of green beans and this is one of our favorites.
This came from my neighbor Sally. She found it on a Land O Lakes box. It is so refreshing and perfect for a summer get together. It will not be the same with regular lime juice, but the bottled Key lime juice is fine if you can't get the little Key limes in your area. If you do use real Key limes make sure you wait until they are yellow to use them. They are not ripe when green and will not have much juice.
I've been using this recipe since the 1970's and have always been asked for the recipe. It's easy to make and uses ingredients that are most often in the pantry. It's an inexpensive meal that's quick and easy.
I found this recipe on the back of a box of link sausage. I haven't tried it yet but it sounds tasty. I am always on the lookout for easy breakfast casseroles and this is unlike anything I have seen on Zaar. It could be easily modified to suit individual tastes but this is the version directly from the box.
My SIL shared this with me when she was visiting from the frigid North. It was a HUGE hit at the pool party and a snap to prepare. This is a tasty appetizer but would also be a good lunch or light dinner recipe.
This came from a potluck at work. Everyone enjoyed it and the ingredients are those I usually have on hand. When you don't feel like running to the grocery store, pull out this basic recipe and embellish it to suit your own tastes.
I found this recipe in a box of Velveeta cheese. I am sure you could substitute another type of cheese and still have a great breakfast. Feel free to add mushrooms, onions, peppers, etc. to suit your personal preferences. It is a quick and easy one pan breakfast. Enjoy!
Just like its namesake, the Reuben sandwich. This is so good and a hit when you need an unusual appetizer. People are always surprised when they take that first bite. I think it came from the Taste of Home magazine.
This is another pool party favorite. It is very easy and quick to make yet very flavorful and real tasty It is perfect for a hot summer day or any day for that matter. The recipe can be adapted to suit your individual tastes by making additions or deletions. Feel free to experiment with whatever you have on hand.
These are like taking a little bite of summer. The flavors blend so well and taste great. They never stand a chance at picnics or potlucks. They always are gone before the meal begins. Quantities and ingredients may be adapted to suit your personal tastes.