This recipe originally came from Judd Farr on an episode of Calling all Cook's -Food Network. I adjusted the quantity for my use and I use this to baste my chicken on the grill. I used to tease my boys if they were bad - I'd put vinegar in their mouths; when they found out that this recipe has vinegar in it --they said the chicken must have been bad- thus the name! This is one that our family uses on a regular basis. It makes a lot of basting sauce - so don't be alarmed - I usually use 1/2 of the sauce and store the remaining for another time.
Very easy to throw together and not the typical spinach salad..but so tasty! The flavors blend very well together - makes you keep going back for more. My kids love this! It goes well with just about any meal.
This is a moist and good tasting Apple bread. Perfect for fall! I grew up in Michigan on an apple orchard - so we had alot of apples in the fall...so this to me tastes best with hot apple cider..but I bet tea or coffee or a cold glass of milk would be good too.
A really good sugar cookie with a mint surprise! My Mom would make these for special occasions. I also remember feeling special when sharing these when she had her afternoon tea...they are really yummy! )Time est. does not include the dough chilling)
Quick alternative to a tuna casserole. Great tasting comfort food that makes everyone think you worked really hard. A great way to use up leftovers! I serve this with a crusty bread and green beans! Hope you enjoy it too.
This is a really good salsa/sauce that will put bottled versions to shame. My best-friend's SIL in Arlington, TX made this for a party once and I had to get the recipe. It makes alot - so it's good for a gathering - or as we use to say in TX - for a "throw-down"!
This is my husband's grandmother's recipe that is cherished by the family. They are the best cookie that melts in your mouth. They don't have the normal peanut butter fork crossing...but more of a crackled sugar type cookie... My husband comes from a huge family - and these are one of the cherished recipes!!
When I lived in TX, I was trying to duplicate a light sauce based chicken chow mein similar to one of my favorite take-outs in Minneapolis. This is relatively close and very tasty!! Now that I'm back in the Minneapolis area, I tell my DH that I've forgotten how to make chow mein...
This is my version of queso that is familiar with Pappasito's in Houston, TX. I found this copycat from CopyKat.com with my adjustments of more onion, garlic, and tomato.. and this is fairly close..but not quite there.. it's really good all the same!! Hope you think so too!