I got this online for a request in the forums from a Las Vegas Newspaper article that was written after the restaurant closed. I would think you can leave out the MSG if you like. Cook time is approximate chilling time.
My sister-in-law took some of her bean salad to my mom and I tasted it. After that, I had to have the recipe and called her right away.
This is great for picnics, potlucks, or anytime. I suggest making it a day ahead, as it is so much tastier then. Not sure of the servings, since she just brought a serving to my mom. Cooking time is the refrigeration time to chill.
I love homemade ham & green beans with potatoes, served with a skillet of cornbread and sweet tea! For this recipe, I took two "soul-food" recipes I had and combined them to come up with this one. It's just the way I like it. You can adjust the amounts of ingredients to your own taste. If I use ham hocks, I usually only add one or two slices of bacon for added flavor, just because I like bacon flavor. But if I don't have ham hocks, I use 4- 6 slices of bacon.
I have another of my own recipes posted for this PA Dutch pudding, but my neighbor Molly brought me some of hers over and it is the most delicious cracker pudding I've ever had!! It's been in her husbands family for years. This is even better the 2nd and 3rd day! I doubled this recipe, when I made it.
These are potato wedges that are coated with a parmesan/flour mixture, then sprinkled with a cheese of your choice. They are really tasty with burgers or steak. They are so easy, I sometimes just have them as a snack.
This is a potato omelet and is a variation of one of the classic tapas (hors d'oeuvres) served in Spain. The squares are best made ahead and served at room temperature. I got this recipe from Good Housekeeping (1998).
This is an authentic recipe traced back to County Cork on the Emerald Isle. I got it from Taste of Home magazine. This freezes well. Prep time includes rising and kneading time. Both prep and cook times are approximate.
A romantic brunch for two, or double for guests. These savory omelets are sure to please and are very attractive. These can be topped with hollandaise sauce for extra enjoyment. Prep & Cook times are approximate.
This recipe came from Hawaii and was recently published in the Taste Of Home magazine. It has a pineapple-coconut stuffing. It is golden brown and wonderfully moist with a sweet sauce. Prep & cook times are approximate.
This appetizer proves that cheesecake is not just for dessert. Very good and the presentation of this is impressive. Enjoy! HELPFUL HINT: When cutting or seeding hot peppers, use rubber or plastic gloves to protect your hands and avoid touching your face. Prep time includes overnight refrigeration.