This is a Bloody Mary recipe that came from the Red Fox Club in Santa Maria, Ca.They use to run a special two for one bloody marys. Of course that didn't last we drank them dry of mixer. Gotta give this one a try! They garnish with a pickled green bean. I've added my little twist to this one also!
This recipe belonged to my Grandmother's Mother, Mary Rowena Harper! It was my Father's favorite snack when he was younger. He could not wait to get a chance to snag a few. Once you've tried these you'll be coming back for more.
This is Chili con Queso with a difference. For more heat, subsitute Pepper Jack for the Monterey Jack Cheese.
The secret to making Chili con Quesco is to keep the heat low when melting the cheese. The first time I ever made the dish, I had my heat too high and I had a stringy mess.
This is an old family recipe from when I was a kid. We ate a lot of these! They are great and we called them hub caps. They each looked like an old bent hub cap off an old junk car! that is how they got their name.