This recipe is a little of this and that from a few different recipes. Simple to make and delicious! The ingredients list may seem a little overwhelming and I wrote it out in very small precise steps so don't let that scare you away!
I went to a Christmas dinner and this dish was served, but the cook left before I could get the recipe. This is what I came up with to replicate it and it is very close. Makes a lovely side dish for pork, chicken or turkey.
This is one of my all time favorite cocktails...I've been drinking these since before I was old enough to buy the stuff for 'em. If you want them a little less potent you can sub sprite for the smirnoff.
This makes a big batch. It's great as leftovers, but there's really no way to cut it down, so you could always make it in 2 pans and freeze the other one. I love to make it in the fall, it's a great, cheap way to warm the tummy.
My grandfather was raised as a Minnonite, so we have a lot of old traditions and this in one of them. When we butcher our beef, we cut it ourselves and we make chunk meat from it. This recipe calls for the chunk meat CharlotteJ's recipe #38214 #38214 and my Recipe #377888 #377888. I know it is time consuming, but it is well worth it.
I love quick fix foods, especially ones that I don't have to measure for. These muffins are quick and easy because they use a pre-packaged mix. Simple enough to make ahead and keep on hand or for and easy breakfast.
This came out of the Kraft Food and Family Magazine. I make it all the time because it's simple and quick and my kids eat it well. Not to mention that the tomatoes in it give in enough flavor for adults too. Great go-to pantry meal served with a salad. Yield is approximate.
These are from the back of a jar of Mrs. Wages Pickling Lime, but they are delicious!!! My grandma used to make these every year and I make them now just so I can make her potato salad with them. It's just not the same any other way. The original recipe does not call for the green food coloring, but you just HAVE to have it, at least that's how it is in my house. The yeild and times are approximate. Hope you enjoy! :P
A very easy and creamy enchilada recipe that is sure to please. These are great all by themselves, but I serve them garnished and on top of salad to make them more filling and to keep me from eating more of them. ;)
I wanted something simple and fresh for dinner and I threw this together with what I had on hand. If you don't have pre-cooked chicken on hand just throw a couple of breasts in a baking and sprinkle with Rotisserie Seasoning. Bake at 350 degrees or until done.
My dad made these when I was a kid and now it is a staple at every family barbecue. My DH has turned it into his 'pet recipe' and I must say, it is DElicious! The times are approximate because we always cook it on the grill although it can be done in the oven and they vary depending on the size of cabbage you use. Also you may not need all of the butter and probably only half of the cheese, but we always make at least two heads.
These are super fast and easy, a littl messy to roll, but well worth the effort. I came up with this one after reading a recipe for Heath Brownies, they sounded really good and I didn't have all of the stuff to make them. I was also in a time crunch and this recipe has no cook time.