Easy and elegant chicken dish. It's a great way to use leftover chicken or turkey. Green pepper and red pimientos make this a pretty dish to serve at Christmas or anytime. Serve over cooked rice, toast, or noodles. Can be made ahead and reheated.
A rich, fruity apricot kugel made with egg noodles, cottage cheese, preserves, and melted butter is topped with melted Cheddar cheese. It's a fantastic side dish for the holiday table or for a special brunch.
St. Patrick's Day dinner doesn't have to feature corned beef. An Irish beef stew, richly flavored with dark beer, braises to tenderness with carrots and onions. The stew is served with a scoop of traditional potato and cabbage colcannon.
A Halloween meatloaf is decorated like a spooky Halfling -- a mysterious humanoid creature with yellow corn teeth, green pepper ears, black olive eyeballs, and a background of scary "blood" ketchup.
I gave this recipe to my daughter who has 6 children. They love this, and it is so simple they can make it themselves which they love to do. If desired, a thin mixture of powder sugar frosting can be poured over warm biscuits.
Nothing beats a simple hamburger on a warm summer evening! Ground beef is blended with an easy to prepare bread crumb mixture. Pile these burgers with your favorite condiments, pop open a cool drink and enjoy!