An elegant and simple way to serve delicious cranberries any time. This recipe came from a special friend, Marian who obtained it in a microwave cooking school in the late 70's. You'll love 'em, I'm sure!
Here's a great way to serve that holiday leftover turkey. Recipe came from Betty Crocker's Dinner in a Dish. It's another one of those great "comfort foods." We love it and hope you do too. Let me know what you think.
These make a really crisp, yummy cookie. I just learned about these this year from a friend who used to make them in Minnesota. You'll love to add them to your special cookies to make at Christmas time.
A "chocoholic's" dream come true. I was looking through the brownies on the 'Zaar' this morning and found ONLY 232; so I decided to add two more that are a bit different (this and Bourbon Brownies). Hope you enjoy.
A lot of women think blue cheese dressing is off-limits when they're trying to lose weight. You're home free here with this 26 calorie, 1 gram of fat per 2 tablespoon portion for your salad. I found this recipe in Banish your Belly, Butt & Thighs Forever by Prevention Health Books for Women. It's great if you're on the Atkins Diet too. I think it's delicious; let me know what you think!
This is a very unusual tasting recipe I have gotten raves over. Many folks cannot detect the ingredients, but know they love it. It came to me from my step-daughter in Montana. I don't where she acquired it for sure.
I hated cooked cabbage when I first tasted this years ago, but then asked in delight, "What is this?" I was hooked! I've been serving it ever since. It's wonderful with pork roast and Waldorf salad. Hope you all enjoy.
A dear friend served this to a party of six one evening and it was a smashing success. We all had to have the recipe. It's great to prepare when you're having guests; spend the hour prior to dinner with them instead of in the kitchen. You'll get raves too! Serve with rice pilaf, 'frozen cranberry salad' and a good Southern California Viognier. Enjoy friends!
A very tasty and simple fish dish that I served many times in Seattle with tossed green salad, baked potato, brussel sprouts, Gewurztraminer wine, and baked bananas for dessert. Your guests will love you!