This is one of our favorite shots. It's smooth, and the aftertaste is delightful! For a quick reference to memory, think 'KGB' which are the initials of the ingredients. The B52 is a 'bomber' as it hits you before you know it. We love it with Budweiser chasers. Cheers. :)
Bacon flavored mayonnaise, yummy! This is our copycat version of Baconnaise (which has no bacon in it). It uses bacon fat vs. soybean oil. Put it on sandwiches, burgers, BLT's and salad. Use it as a dipping sauce for chicken nuggets.
A ton of antioxidents in this healthy drink! I adapted this from "French Women Don't Get Fat" by Mireille Guiliano, but made substantial changes to the amounts. Did you know?... Dark honey has more antioxidants than light honey.
This is a wonderful spice blend created by Buddha to use with mushrooms when they are the main fare. This will keep 6 months or more. Some recipes you can use this with include Chef #166642's Recipe #280614, Recipe #273114, and Recipe #280714
This is a fun recipe for a blind taste test. Close your eyes, and drink. You won't believe it. If you look at the ingredients for Nestle' Strawberry milk, it's sugar and artificial flavors. That's it.
You can substitute Confectioners' sugar for regular sugar to dissolve better.
Turn your everyday cocktail into something special with this recipe. For a mocha flavored cocktail, just add a dash of instant coffee granuals in the blender ingredients. Created by Bird for Buddha. ;)
Kids love these and they're a great treat for dieters as well! This is an easy recipe using the leftover pickle juice from the jar that you would normally discard. Now what do you do with those annoying pickles floating around in your pickle juice? Get a few wooden skewers and make Recipe #240106 of course!
We use this seasoning mix on French fries, homefries, fried potatoes, and we even add it to flour to season fried chicken and pork chops.Feel free to adjust the salt amount to your liking/dietary preference. For french fries, sprinkle some on as soon as you take the fries out of the deep fryer. For homefries or fried potatoes, sprinkle some on during cooking. What would/do you use it on?
Choose your flavor! We keep a variety of flavors in the fridge and eat these all day long. You can purchase plastic squirt bottles from a craft store or the craft dept of Walmart at a cost of about $1 each. NOTE: A package of Kool Aid is .14 oz but zaar changes it to 1/4 oz. :/
Too simple, but too perfect. To my siblings and I (Bird), who would enjoy this almost every weekend while growing up (in NJ), it's known simply as "Potato Chips & Cream Cheese". I posted this as some of you may have never had the wonderful experience of these two items swirling joyfully in your mouth.
Remember Underwood Deviled Ham in a can? I developed this spread because it's homemade, healthier, and... I know what's in it, lol. Serve with crackers as an appetizer or as a sandwich between 2 slices of bread.