A sweet squash dish great for a meal on a cold winter day.
Wonderful casserole with broccoli, cauliflower and cheese that will even get the children eating their vegetables. Add leftover ham or turkey to casserole for a nice change. You may also use a Frozen California Vegetable mix (broccoli, cauliflower and carrots).
A scone recipe which uses carrot puree.
This is a VERY slow roasted garlic with infused extra virgin olive oil. You can use both the garlic and the seasoned oil.
This is the best and only Carrot Cake I will eat.
This is a great and easy recipe. A co-worker gave me this recipe after she brought the bread to work. Everyone who tried it loved it.
My Great-Great-Grandmother used to make this hearty casserole when I was young, and it has always been a favorite of my Atlanta and Alabama relatives! I learned how to make it from my Aunt Edith Russell, while visiting her in Atlanta in the mid-90s.
A wonderfully simple recipe that produces a rich, delicious corn-filled side dish.
This is a really, really simple dish to make. It's been a Thanksgiving tradition ever since my mother made it when I was young. It's even awesome reheated in the microwave!
I got in from work one night and wanted something a little lighter. I had some frozen chicken breasts and fresh veggies. I added the spices at random, and it turned out really good, I thought. There were no complaints from the others either.
"This is a MUST for all our parties! The creamiest and most delicious artichoke dip. Beth's dip is a hit for every party."
A different twist, these jalapeno peppers are stuffed and wrapped in spicy sausage. If you really like it hot, add a pinch of red pepper flakes to the cheese mixture. Dip in blue cheese dressing for an added bonus!
Baking keeps these breaded poppers healthy (well, as healthy as a cheese-stuffed jalapeno popper can be), but no less spicy!
A delicious meal for two. Really easy to make.
This is a baked salmon with anchovies on a roasted onion and tomato bed, topped with a butter and creme fraiche lemon sauce.
Better than the typical poppers.
My kids demand I make this every holiday which I gladly oblige. They don't know they are eating vegetables!
An easy way to utilize leftover turkey and to get kids to eat broccoli! This flavorful recipe was passed to me from my mom, who got it from her friend Luanne. Over the years I have made a few variations and this is my version!
Spread puff pastry liberally with NunDunBetter Mustard Sauce, top with ham, cut in strips and wrap strips around an asparagus spear. Serve with extra mustard sauce on the side.
Another delicious, spicy snack for any time. Great for football Sunday.