This is my grandmothers way of making chicken. Has been for years and years. I hope you like it as much as we all have. It is very crispy and very juicy. Follow the directions exactly! **Cooking time includes time spent in the refrigerator.**
This recipe was from Tony's Town Square restaurant at Walt Disney World. I have been making these for 6 years now. I have made them for Baby showers, Christmas brunch, you name it they are so versatile. They are a good potato to serve with just about everything. My family loves them.
I had this some time ago and hadn't had it in years. I came across it in my cookbook and thought I would post it here. My SIL's aunt made this for her baby shower and it was absolutely delicious. I hope you enjoy it as well. Bev's Cinnamon Sunrise Bread is the one that I used this last time and it came out amazing.
I have had this many times at the Rainforest Cafe and finally have decided to try and copycat it. Well, I finally think that I have. It is alot of ice cream, brownie, and sauces, but it is ohhhh sooooo goooodddd.....
I found this recipe in my Food and Wine magazine back in June 1997. The lady who created it is named Elizabeth. I have been making it this way since then. I have made it for parties and it is so liked by everyone that most people leave with the recipe. I hope you all enjoy this as much as we have. NOTE: Cook time and prep time does not include cooling times for eggs and potatoes. Don't let the amount of servings scare you, I normally reduce the amounts depending on how many people I am feeding. Just cut everything in half.
This came in my March issue of Southern Living. I immediately saw it and felt the need to post. My family loves anything Strawberry and this is amazingly easy and oh so delicious. I hope you all enjoy it too!! I doubled the amount of frosting as they did in the magazine.
I found this recipe in one of those supplements at the check-out stands at the grocery stores. It was full of cookies and bars. I made this for my cookie trays this year and they were a hit. If you like coconut, these are for you.
This recipe is from my great-great-grandmother. It has been passed down through the generations. The problem was that there were no measurements, so you had to make it by trial and error until you got it just right. This is our dessert for Thanksgiving. My aunt makes it now, but she shared the recipe with me when we moved away. We cannot be without this very filling dessert. It is best warm with lots of whipped cream on top. I hope you enjoy it as much as we have for so many years.