I made this salad for an end of school year pot luck. The following year I was asked if I would bring it again. People remember this salad from year to year. It can be made the day before and chilled - which is very helpful. It uses a full pound of bacon. The cook time is actually "chill time" in the refrigerator.
This recipe was given to me by a lady from Texas about 25 yrs. ago. It is the best sugar cookie recipe I have ever tasted, and the response to it from others who have eaten it has been similar to my experience. I have never tried to ice it or make shapes from it. It's just good on its own. This is a double recipe - because that is how it was given to me.
This is another recipe that I have had for many years. Just finished making it again to take to a pot-luck. It is quick to put together because of the mixes. Hope you enjoy! 1/24th of this cake with the glaze would equal 7 Weight Watcher's Power Points - for those of you who track your points.
I was sooo excited the first time one of my daughters, after she left home, called me for a recipe!! And this is it! However, it wasn't mine but a friends that she wanted me to call and get! What a let down. Anyway I gave it to her and now to you. Enjoy!!
This yummy recipe is and has been a staple and favorite dish in our family esp. at Thanksgiving and Christmas for many years. We like the tang of the cranberry softened with the other ingredients. It makes a wonderful side dish and can pass as a dessert, too. It would be good anytime you were serving a turkey, chicken or ham dish.
This is a recipe I have created for the RSC Contest for Winter 2005. I have made it a couple of times, modifying it some the second time. It is good served with pasta and vegetables. I hope you enjoy it. I think it will be low in calories also.
This recipe is great for breakfast on special occasions like slumber parties, Christmas morning, and a special send off when going back to college, etc ... It is always associated with fond memories at my house, both for the event and for the wonderful taste.
This is a great recipe at any time, but esp. can help use up hard boiled eggs after Easter. I used to request my mom to make this recipe anytime I came home from college and even when I was older and went home to visit for awhile. Now my son starts begging for it whenever we get close to Easter, or any other time he thinks he can get me to hardboil some eggs. The passive cooking time is to hardboil the eggs - that can be done the night before.
I have been serving this one for years. It is the one vegetable I can count on my kids eating, and it is very quick and easy to put together. The kids (and I) love the flavoring the bacon adds. This makes soft green beans (not crisp), which my family prefers. Cooks on stove top.
I have had this recipe for many years, and do not remember where I originally got it. The dressing really sets the salad off, adding a wonderful sweet and sour tang to the salad. This salad makes an attactive, colorful place setting. Pleasing to the eye and palate. Preparation time does not include cooking the chicken.