I invented this when I wanted to make something with the ingredients that I had, but also wanted something with a depth of flavors. DH thought it was ok and could use more cheese. Oh, well. He doesn't like sloppy joe's at all. But, I thought it was very good.
Here is a good oil based facial cleanser from www.associatedcontent.com that you can easily make in your own kitchen. You should store these in preferably a glass jar with a screw on lid that is airtight. Keep in your bathroom for easy use. I hope you enjoy!
My version of a potato skin. Perfect comfort food and great for a late night snack. Definitely not healthy, but I'm sure substitutions can be made such as margarine, low fat cheese, low fat or fat free sour cream and omitting the bacon.
We bought steaks from Omaha Steaks and I'm using these to test some steak recipes. My husband said, you better add this to your recipe thingy because this was the best steak I've ever had!
I used the seasoning from the recipe posted here. http://www.recipezaar.com/52366
This is a recipe from Paula Deen, foodnetwork.com. I made this for tonight's dinner & served with a side of my recipe for spanish rice (http://www.recipezaar.com/280608). It was great! My husband said it was a 4 our of 5 star dinner. Although, I tweaked the sauce to my own tastes.
Them's the biscuits served at America's most popular stop for breakfast, partners - simple to make and gosh darn tasty. Get yourself some Bisquick and buttermilk and crank up the oven for a clone that's become one very frequent request.
It's been snowing quite a bit here. My husband has been out shoveling for over 3 hours today. I want to make something for dinner that's warm and comforting, but still relatively healthy. With this stew recipe, I combined ideas from several recipes into one to get exactly what I was looking for. This one's a keeper.