This is one of the best ways to eat cranberries! It's sweet, crunchy, and a bit tart. Even the kids like this one. We've had to start making a double batch! When short on time we have combined the fruit and marshmallows the night before serving, and added the gelatin, whipped cream, and walnuts in the morning.
Incredible taste combination of tangy dressing over sweet pears, smokey bacon, crisp nuts, and good-for-you spinach.
All wise men know how to compromise. If you want better taste than you can get from canned cranberry sauce, but don't have time to make fresh, try this "improved" version of canned.
A slight Southwestern flavor for this picnic bean salad, with red pepper and black beans as part of the mix.
Need an easy summer salad right now? Pare down the zucchini pile with this simple recipe.
A sweet and easy pie to bring to any holiday gathering. If your eggnog includes a dash of alcohol, so much the better.
No more dry, tough turkey. Brining will give you the tenderest Thanksgiving turkey you've ever had.
Planning on frying up a turkey this year? Big Daddy Ed says "Inject that Turkey!" Stick this flavorful, southern marinade on the inside of the bird for the perfect deep fried turkey.
No cooking, no fuss, and almost no mess, you can put this simple dip together just before a party--or even if you're alone, just before kickoff for a game-long snack.
A simple way to improve jarred pesto. Like any handy guy, you can take anything and make it just a little bit better--a tuned-up motor on a lawnmower, a new finish for a bookcase, racing stripes on the boy's wagon. Do the same for that jar of pesto sauce. Just a few minutes of work (and a hefty helping of mayo) boost the flavor big time.
Crazy flavors, couldn't be easier to make, goes with crackers, bread and raw veggies.
You'll be looking forward to cold winter nights at home if you've got this easy hot buttered rum on hand.
Romaine lettuce, yellow and red bell peppers, feta cheese, with sun dried tomatoes and dried cranberries, a few slices of cucumbers on top.