Found in Simple and Delicious magazine from Jul 2009. I forgot how much we loved this dessert that summer. It is not hard to put together but you do have to allow plenty of time for freezing so I'd make it the night before you actually want to serve it (or at least very early in the morning the day of ). To soften ice cream set it in the fridge for 20-30 minutes before using, or let stand at room temperature for 15-20 minutes.
A 30 minute meal that is filling and has tons of flavor. Love using this recipe in the summer months when I just don't feel like heating up the kitchen. It is great to use that cooked chicken you've saved in the freezer. Found in Simple and Delicious 2009
Found through Simple and Delicious and we devoured this cake. Love the combo of the poppy seeds and blueberries. It makes such a pretty cake for a brunch or when company visits for a treat with your coffee and tea.
This is a great sauce over all types of meat, beef, pork and chicken. Remember to always pull some of the sauce to the side for basting or for serving with the meat and do not reuse any sauce used for marinading the meat as then it is contaminated.
Used this with some thick steaks (loin) and it was wonderful and helped produce a wonderfully juicy and tender steak. The original recipe said to marinate a minimum of 15 minutes but that seems way to short of a time - my steaks were in the marinade for over 4 hours. I have also used cubed beef and made skewers with onion, peppers and mushrooms and it was delicious too.
A great find submitted by N. Whitford in Simple and Delicious magazine. Great served with grilled fish, chicken or tortilla chips. Not overly spicy so it was well received. If you need it spicier use a different pepper and add more red pepper flakes. It took a bit or research but an Anaheim Pepper is a mild chili pepper. Cooking time = chilling time of 4 hours.
This is not the traditional Kheer which is a form of Indian Rice Pudding. This recipe uses yogurt as the base. I am posting (have not tried yet) for ZWT8 and comes from the Indian Food Forever website.
Chocolate and caramel is my son's favorite of flavor combinations. This cake was a special way to make a birthday cake for him. I served it with vanilla ice cream on the side while the cake was still warm. It is good after it has cooled to also top with a dusting of confectioner's sugar or just plain too but our favorite way is to always have it a bit warm. Found this gem in "A Chocolate Christmas" cookbook.
Outside of coffee and chocolate, I'd have to say my other power pair of flavors is chocolate and coconut! This is a quick and easy way to achieve that in a bar recipe. I prefer chopped almonds instead of walnuts in this recipe - just gives more of a Almond Joy type of feel to it. Feel free to use what style of nut you prefer.
Chipper is how you feel after eating one of these cookies. I love the addition of the white chocolate chips. Received this recipe at a neighborhood holiday cookie exchange. Amount of cookies is a guess at this point.
This recipe is dedicated to Andi of Longmeadow Farm (Chef #428885) and her beloved cows (see that backwards is SWOC). A friend made these for a fun afternoon treat and I fell in love. When I asked what they were called she said Cow Pie Cookies. I immediately thought of Andi and her love of all things SWOC. So I'm posting this since I could not find a recipe just like it and especially in honor of sweet Andi. The amount of cookies is a complete guess at this point.
A wonderful sugar cookie that is fun to decorate for birthdays, holidays or just leave as is and dunk in a big ol' glass of milk. Amount of cookies varies based on the size of the cookie cutter used. Chill time of 1 hour is included in the preparation time.