I defrosted a fryer from the freezer and didn't have anything to stuff it with, and we don't drink beer. I had cherry soda in cans so I poured the soda out of the can into a glass. Then I poured 1/2 cup back into the can plus I added a 1/4 cup of cream sherry (sweet) to the can. I gave the chicken a rub on the outside and then grilled it for 1.5 hours and it was the moistest chicken we have ever had. Now the tricky part the juices are red from the cherry soda, so you need to use a thermometer to make sure the chicken is done. Temperature should be 165 degrees F in the thigh.
This is a recipe that my friend's Dad would always make when we were in elementary school. They bought a chocolate cake with vanilla icing. Sliced it up and placed it in a bowl and poured milk over it. I know you all are thinking I flipped my lid! LOL! This is so yummy!
We love ratatouille! I usually have an abundance of zucchini and yellow squash in my garden, however, this year since we received so much rain the zucchini & squash crop was poor. So I have been force to buy my ingredients. For my family's taste, I omit the red pepper flakes and salt as the canned tomatoes have enough salt in them, however if you choose to use fresh tomatoes I would add the salt.
This soup is the perfect remedy for those fussy eaters who refuse to eat their vegetables, yet will eat all sorts of vegetables when served in soup. This recipe was created for the RSC #14 cooking contest.
This enhanced butter that you create yourself will be the show stopper at all of your parties, events and family get-togethers.
My suggestion is to serve this as a topping on a baked potato or other vegetable. This recipe was created for the Ready Set Cook #14 cooking contest in the category: Condiment.
This bread has a lovely festive color from the star ingredient which is beets and is perfect for party sandwiches or for a dinner party or BBQ. It was inspired and created for the RSC #14 cooking contest for the Summer of 2009, but since the original recipe had MAJOR problems I am reworking it and subtracting ingredients that are no longer required to be in it.
This is actually the creamy version of my other recipe Recipe #382231.
My DH actually prefers the creamy version more, but it totally depends on what type of Italian dressing I have on hand as to which one I make.