This is actually a sandwich shared by cookbook author Madeline Westover years ago on a local cooking show. This sandwich is not as wacky as it sounds. Kids love peanut butter and jelly sandwiches with banana slices tucked in, right? This sandwich gives the same ingredients a new form and appeal. Kids love making these, too!
Another cool drink for hot summer days. This one has nourishing milk along with tangy lime, which makes a very satisfying drink. Recipe from Family Circle magazine. I am putting this recipe here for safe-keeping.
I saw this lemomade made at Chow.com and it seemed so fantastically good, I wanted to share it. Yes you use a whole lemon, skin and all. Luckily here in Arizona, there are plenty of lemon trees that are not sprayed. Be sure to wash supermarket lemons well.
An unusual and tasty twist on the familian s'mores! This recipe comes from the TOHBB website. Did you know that marshmallows go back to about 4,000 years ago. As for s'mores, the first recorded version was in the Girl Scout Handbook of 1727.
Last year my friend discovered a dressing by this name at our local discount store. I missed out on getting some. This recipe is my attempt to recreate this dressing. This dressing is lovely with cauliflowerets. The color really shows up and the taste is complimentary. It would also be a Christmasy contrast with broccoli florets.
I read this idea in one of the magazines and thought it sounded very good for one of "those" days. Increase the recipe as necessary. Chilling time is not included. If you keep these ingredients in the refrigerator, this dish will be ready in an instant!
This is a blast from the past. I drank purple cows as a child, but that was many moons ago. Purple cows are a grape juice plus milk drink that is very good, especially when ice cream is added. You can make pink cows by using cranberry juice instead of the grape. I suppose, in fact, you could substitute any juice you like: orange cows, for example. But grape was always my favorite and still is!
For a different flavored tea, try this mix. This is a nice change from the spice tea mix made with Tang. Put these ingredients together and then you can serve this tea anytime you want. And that includes summer or winter, because it's good hot or cold. A jar of this tea, with a Christmasy fabric covering the top, would make an appreciated gift this season. This is an easy recipe; the hardest part for me was finding the raspberry Kool-Ade in the wintertime. It would be good to plan ahead!
This is a very quick and easy recipe from the Kraft people. You can whip this up for lunch in just minutes. Kraft suggests that, if you wish, you can top the bowls of soup with two tablespoons chopped green pepper or corn along with a generous helping of cheese. Or almost any other cooked or raw vegetable, I would imagine. A couple tablespoons of leftover cooked chicken can also be added in.