One of the cooks I work with turned me on to this recipe. It is easy to put together. It has fresh fruit and bite size candy bar pieces. A summer time treat. Buy more candy bars than you need. Your kids will help you with the leftovers.
Absolutely the best pecan pie ever! What's more Southern than pecan pie? How about one that only takes 5 minutes to prepare?! Pecan pie even a New Yorker can enjoy...
Use a fork to drizzle this sauce all around your plate just like a fancy restaurant. Want to imitate a really fancy restaurant? Drizzle a bit over vanilla ice cream.
This is a simple easy to make barbecue sauce you can use on almost anything. It’s a nice accompaniment for chicken, ribs, and as an ingredient in barbecued beans. It adds a nice taste that is not overpowered by the usual high sugar and salt content of commercial products.
A great twist on a standard tartar sauce that can be used not only for fish, but on many other meats as well.
Stan Adams' recipe. If you like a tomatoey sauce, boil down a can of crushed tomatoes to reduce its volume by half and add that to the mix.
This season salt is good on most anything you'd like to spice up. I use it in most of my recipes.
Years of crab-dip experience from a native Marylander and crab connoisseur come together to make healthy and truly amazing crab dip!
A friend gave me this simple and tasty recipe we all love to eat. It's easy to make, and the spiciness can be adjusted to each person's tastes by how much jalapeno you use.
This tastes just like the kind they serve at Outback Steakhouse.
Delicious BBQ sauce with alternating flavors. Starts off sweet, then a nice mild peppery taste kicks in, followed by great tangy aftertaste.
This ginger dipping sauce is wonderful with either grilled, steamed or fried fish. My Cambodian friend's dad used to make this every time he served fish.
A quick and easy campfire snack.
This is a great quick dessert for an extreme sweet tooth. Nothing LITE about this recipe but it is a hit with kids, and for cooks needing a dessert in a hurry.
A wonderful combination of garlic, soy sauce, vinegar with a slight zing!
This sauce is a wonderful blend of flavors with Chipotle Peppers and liquid smoke. A taste of this starts out mild but builds to a nice, slightly hot pepper flavor. A spoonful of this sauce tastes great on almost any kind of food. I use it on meat, chicken, pork, salmon patties and Mexican dishes as well. It also works great as a dip for chips and vegetables.
This easy to prepare marinade will make any steak spoon-tender. It will also make your friends & family scratch their heads when you tell them your "little secret". This is probably enough for 4 - 6 steaks. Make sure marinade covers all the steak.
This is a good bread-dipping oil. It is guaranteed to spice things up a notch, especially if you use it while frying Jen's "Basic Crepes" (recipie found at allrecipies.com)!
This sauce features a blend of spices that sets off a hotdog perfectly.
This makes for a nice change from ranch-style dressings. Darrell worked for a restaurant that used something similar to this as their signature dressing. You can vary the seasonings to create many great cream based salad dressings.