This is an easy make-ahead mashed potato recipe. Enriched with sour cream and cream cheese, these stay creamy and moist. Just heat in oven when you're ready for some delicious mashed potatoes! Feel free to vary the amount of paprika you want to sprinkle on top.
This is the way to get crisp bacon without having to constantly turn it, watch over it, or get burnt by splatters of grease. It 'fries' up flat and doesn't curl, which looks great beside a breakfast plate of eggs, and makes BLT sandwiches much easier. Very nice when feeding a family or crowd.
Grilled steak and chicken that doesn't dry out on the grill, but stays moist and flavorful. These kabobs are simple to make, and delicious to eat. Skewered meat with peppers, onions, and mushrooms in a honey teriyaki sauce.
Field greens and arugula are transformed into a sophisticated main course salad by adding chicken apple sausage, Granny Smith apple slices, toasted pecans, and crumbled Blue cheese with a zesty lemon-Dijon mustard dressing. Serve with laffa or pita bread.
Mix this super-simple ham glaze out of 3 basic pantry ingredients to add an orange-flavored sweet coating to your baked holiday ham. Just mix the ingredients and brush over ham before and during baking.
The combination of a sweet, fruity gelatin layer and a pecan-crusted cheesecake-like layer makes for an unforgettable molded salad. You can use black cherry gelatin rather than blackberry, if you wish.
If you are lucky enough to have fresh turmeric and lemon grass at hand, you are lucky enough to be able to prepare this simple, piquant dish. Grind the herbs with garlic and white peppercorns for a fantastic paste to rub into the chicken, then grill and enjoy.
Those tidy packages of Ramen noodles seem to be quite versatile. Here they turn a broccoli salad into something special. The seasoning packet and a bit of oil and vinegar make the dressing, and the crunchy noodles combined with sunflower seeds, peanuts and green onions, do wonders for the broccoli slaw.