Wonderful BBQ sauce and easy! Made it to go with NC Pulled Pork recipe #431756. Found this on the food channel and want to keep it with my cookbooks. I added about 1/2 cup of honey to their recipe to sweeten it up. Cut back on the vinegar a little if you desire a less tangy sauce.
This recipe was found years ago on my first favorite recipe website "Steph's Country Kitchen Goodness". This is easy to prepare and bake in the oven while grilling meat outside. Using the new non-stick aluminum foil makes this recipe cleanup so much easier!
A recipe I found in a Pillsbury cookbook. Very nice for a small gathering or for making a big batch for a luncheon. I am always asked for the recipe. I have never added the snow pea pods, can't find them in my grocery store, but I am sure they would be great. Serve on a bed of lettuce for a pretty presentation.
This is a yummy and healthy salsa given to me by my friend, Laura. I could eat it as a meal with baked Scoops. I am thinking about adding some black beans next time. (I found the Tiger Sauce near the hot sauces in the grocery store. It is sweeter than Tabasco or Texas Pete.)
This is a wonderful recipe any time of the year, but especially delicious when summer produce is at it's peak. This is a incredibly delicious meal in itself. One of my mom's tried and true recipes that she has had for years.
A friend's mom gave me this recipe on the 4th of July. It was yummy! It almost has a sweet and sour flavor from the sugar and the vinegar. A nice change from plain old mayo. I think some cooked chicken could be added for a meal salad. Any kind of pasta could be used as well. Annabelle used tri-color rotini pasta at the picnic.
This is a light souffle like casserole that goes well with a Mexican meal. My mom has been making this for so many years she doesn't remember where she got the recipe. You can adjust the heat by using only one can of chilies or 3 cans, and using mild or hot style green chilies.