This is another favorite recipe that my sister and I serve to the group of want-a-be race car drivers that meet in the Man Cave every Monday night. The flavors are simple but go so well together. We like all our veggies crisp tender so you may need to increase the cooking time a little to suit your taste.
My sister and I cook dinner for a group of want-a-be race car drivers that meet in the Man Cave every Monday night. This is one of their favorite meals that we fix. It is simple to make and is just down right good eating. It makes its own gravy that is great over rice or mashed potatoes. Hope you enjoy.
This recipe comes from my DH's mother from many, many years ago. This is the only way he had venison growing up. We use it today, as do our children for all venison and we just love it. The French dressing adds only a hint of flavor. I am slow in the kitchen (because I can be) so it may not take this long to prepare for you. Hope your enjoy.
This is one of our favorite coleslaw recipes that my sister and I make all the time. It comes from our friend Jan. It is both tangy and sweet. So simple to make also. The cook time is chilling time and servings are approximate.
These cookies are just delicious and the ones the grandkids request all the time. They are both slightly crisp and very chewy. They are also kind of flat but have great flavor. Hope you enjoy them as much as my family does. This makes about 5 dozen plus a few extra. :)
This recipes is different from some of the others posted here so I thought I'd add it. The sauce carmalizes nicely and has a great flavor. The original recipe is from Chinesefooddiy with some alterations by me. Hope you enjoy.
This is another recipe from Jacqueline Bellefontaine's What's Cooking Barbecue with a few alterations from me. I love it because the marinade time is short. You really don't need any more time than stated. It is thick and sticks to the meats beautifully. You will think that there is not enough to marinade the amount of meat, but I thought it was perfect. (Not enough to have extra for rice) The flavors went so well together. Prep time does not include the marinate. I hope you enjoy it as much as we did.
Excellent. Original recipe is from Pillsbury with some modifications by me. The variations are endless in this recipe. You can add or take away whatever you want. I've made it with red peppers added as well as some chopped mushroom. :)
This is a recipe from my 2008 Weight Watchers cookbook that we really enjoyed. I altered it slightly for our taste. It's a nice way to enjoy broccoli without all the cheese sauce. It's got a nice bite to it too. Feel free to leave out the crushed red pepper flakes. The frozen steam bags of broccoli work well with this recipe.
I was first introduced to Remoulade Sauce by Galley Wench and was fascinated with it. Was making some crab cakes today for my SIL and DD and wanted to try to make my own. This is a combination of 3-4 recipes and I thought it turned our really well.