Don't remember where this one came from, but I've been making these for years. Very refreshing and tasty, great for a hot summer dinner with salad on the side. When it's really hot, I like these with cold, fresh tomato slices stuffed inside.
Throwing away the stalks of fresh broccoli always made me feel guilty. But I just didn't know what to do with them, being so tough and all. That is, until I saw Jacques Peppin's cooking show. Now I waste nothing and it goes a whole lot farther than just the tender tops! Voile! Amount of water is approximate. You only need enough to just cover.
I tweaked a recipe given to me by Ken, from Lindner Bison. This is a tasty recipe that doubles in volume just by adding the potatoes - great for a family of 6-8. I'm sure you could also use very lean ground beef, too. I like mine with a good squeeze of fresh lemon. No doubt, you can think of a zillion ways to change this one - red pepper flakes come to mind - so please post your creative changes, I'm anxious to hear! Cooking time includes time for potatoes to cook...
I've been making this fast, easy recipe for over 20 years! There is almost no clean up and it's very tasty. This can be served piping hot, but we prefer it just barely warm. If you like less zip from the vinegar, just reduce the amount to 1/8 cup. Cooking time includes potato cooking time.
Whenever possible, I buy grass fed Bison instead of ground beef. The flavor is much sweeter and because of the higher protein content, smaller portions are more satisfying. No antibiotics, no pesticides in the feed, no preservatives and no growth hormones. Even better, less fat, cholesterol and calories PLUS more iron, protein and B-12 than ground beef! A richer flavor and completely HEALTHY! I hope you enjoy this yummy recipe as much as we do.
I've been making this simple dish for years. Plenty of gravy for mashed potatoes or rice. Sometimes I bake this covered in the oven at 350F - they come out just as moist and tender. Use bone-in or boneless chops. These are even better in the crock pot, if you have that much time.
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This is really refreshing and especially fun for kids with the ice cream floating on top. If you want to get really creative, using extra juice, freeze it and float it on top in the punchbowl. A bundt pan or pretty much any round mold works well. Prep time does not include refrigeration time. Cheers!
Simple, tasty basic granola recipe. I like this just as it is, but you can also mix up the ingredients. Some ideas: Substitute nuts for dried fruit or berries; use half almonds and half broken pecans; use half pecans and half dried cherries; omit the coconut and replace with the same amount of oats. You get the idea. This makes more than the recipe lets on, so you may have to use two cookie sheets. Enjoy!
Don't let the name deceive you - This is very easy, no misery involved!
I love Polish food but it is usually high in salt or fat, so I don't make it very often (unfortunately!). This is a very refreshing side dish, especially during the hot summer months. * You can substitute lemon juice for the vinegar and dried dill for the fresh, if you need to.
Great on a cold, winter's day! The File' really makes the dish, so try it out. I use the tiny Hillshire Farms mini smoked sausages. You can substitute the chicken bullion cubes for chicken broth or stock. Just add water to broth to make 1 quart. Be sure to cook all or most of the white bottom part of the green onions, reserving some of the green tops for garnish when serving.
Throw some fresh veggies on along with the bread pieces skewered with toothpicks for variety. Got this from a newspaper a very long time ago. This is a really fun appetizer that brings people together around the table.
Great little appetizers! Easy. Got this from a Hawaiian friend of mine. Be sure to make plenty, they go fast! Serve hot, warm or at room temperature. Can also be made with whole wings or thighs cut into bite-size pieces. I flour my chicken in a ziplock or paper bag for easy clean-up. An electric frying pan or two work great for these.
Original recipe given to me by Hawaiians. Best for grilling pork or beef ribs and even chicken, just stick to 4-5 pounds. Can be halved for smaller amounts of meat or doubled for feeding a crowd. Better than the old red barbecue sauce!
I don't remember where I got this one, but it is so yummy! It's easy but elegant, perfect for company. I always substitute half and half for the heavy cream and it tastes very rich but with less calories. This is a great dish for a beginner cook to impress the in-laws with! Goes great with buttered egg noodles with some parsley sprinkled in and a nice green veggie. Enjoy!
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