OK, I know that nutritionally, mayonnaise isn't good for me, but I love it! Especially flavored mayonnaises (recipe#311767, recipe#311769, recipe#309836). This is great on sandwiches in place of regular mayonnaise. Or use it as a topping for chicken sandwiches, burgers, or recipe#308538
This dinner is assembled very quickly, in 15 minutes or less, and then requires no more attention until it is done. From the "Hometown Recipes" section of "American Profile" magazine, submitted by Sandra H. Bennett of Washington, MO. It's one of my favorite ways to cook pot roast. I've always roasted it at 325 degrees for 3 hours instead of the 8 hours at 275 degrees.
Both my mother and mother-in-law requested this recipe from me after eating it (the biggest compliment I could receive!). There's no chopping to do since the onions and celery are all in the soup. This is one of my standing dishes for the holidays, and everyone who tries it wants the recipe. Even people who never use canned soups have told me this is the dressing they're making from now on!
This is one of my favorite snacks. It can be served with crackers, or I like to eat it with the big corn chips (Scoops) or serve it in jumbo pasta shells. It's easily doubled if you want to use a whole brick of cream cheese and a pound of imitation crabmeat. This is fairly chunky; if you want it to be more spreadable, increase the amount of cream cheese/mayonnaise. Cook time is chill time.
Thumbing through an old magazine and this recipe caught my eye because it uses liquid smoke (I have some that's just been sitting in my pantry - can't remember what I originally bought it for). Have also been looking for a baked beans recipe that doesn't use ketchup.
Still trying to find a way to get my husband to eat asparagus. He loves fried foods, so maybe this will work! Recipe from Paula Deen. Serve with recipe#251965. Says it makes 12-15 servings, but that seems a little high to me. If you try this, please approximate how many servings you got out of it.