These cabbage stuffed foil packets are cooked on the grill in this recipe, but can easily be cooked in the gently coals of a campfire. This is a delicious way to use up some cabbage and turn someone into a cabbage lover at the same time!
These sweet, Filipino pork sausages take a little while to stuff, and then require 4 days to cure, but your effort will be well worth it. Fry this until golden brown, serve with eggs, and you are in breakfast heaven!
These are so good, you'll want to run out in the middle of the night and buy up all the red and Yukon gold potatoes at the market. This dynamic duo and the mayonnaise/mustard/sour cream dressing, make all the difference. Serves six.
Serve this yummy, zingy dip with crackers or bread at your next party. An exciting basil, Parmesan cheese and sun-dried tomato paste mixture is spread inside creamy cheese layers. It's best when chilled overnight before serving.
Pieces of pineapple are wrapped in bacon and roasted in a sweet sauce. I started making these for family get-togethers and everyone LOVED them. No one could eat enough of them. I am also using them when I cater my daughter's wedding.
This is a Greek beef stew made with small onions. This is my mom's recipe, and every Fall without fail you could smell it simmering in the kitchen. Serve it with a large bowl of mashed potatoes. Of course a Greek salad, some feta & olives and crusty bread give this meal the final touches. The onions can be time consuming to clean, but well worth it when your family sits down to eat.
This is certainly one of the easiest guacamole recipes I have ever encountered. As a guacamole connoisseur, I was highly skeptical. After learning that one of the more famous Mexican restaurants in northern New Mexico uses a similar recipe, I decided to give it a try. The taste was amazing!
Sweet and flavorful turnips form the basis for a Thanksgiving side dish full of brown sugar and applesauce. You can bake it beforehand and just reheat before the big meal to make the minutes before dinner easier.
Buttery, sweet cinnamon rolls may take a little time to make, but they are well worth the effort. Eat them fresh out of the oven or later from the refrigerator. Either way, you will be coming back for more!