An easy fresh green onion dip that I have been making for years, ever since a friend brought it to a party and gave me the recipe. I've made a few changes in the preparation, mainly for simplification. He grated his green onions, I cut them into 1/2 to 3/4 inch pieces and puree them with my Braun hand blender. It's less painful than grating my knuckles along with the onions!
My grandmother used to make this for us when we were children, long before any of US had heard of Rice Krispie Treats. And to this day (40+ years!) I still prefer this, even though it is slightly more difficult to make when compared to picking up a box of Rise Krispie Treats at the store
This is my Great-Grandmother's potato salad recipe. I have made a couple of changes based on personal taste preferences. I fry the bacon until crisp instead of boiling it, and I don't use peppers and pickles in it. The preparation time and serving size are guestimates
This is the boiled dressing that is listed as an ingredient in the potato salad recipe I submitted. A little more time and effort to make, but it is well worth it for the flavor it gives the potato salad
A very easy-to-make peanut brittle for those of us who are unsuccessful at making brittle the old fashioned way. This recipe was given to me by the dietary manager at a nursing facility where I was employed. I have made it with raw pecans and canned cashews, as well as peanuts and it turns out great whichever nut you use.
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