No need to go to a chain restaurant to share cheesecake this Christmas. Create your own at home.
This main dish is a fun way to present both ground beef and broccoli to the pickiest eater in your family.
A staple of picnics and family reunions, almost no dish heralds the dawn of summer more than chicken salad. Grandma’s recipe might be best, but this offering from Lorain County Community College Culinary Arts Institute kicks it up another notch.
Need a quick and easy go-to dish for a holiday party? This casserole is rich, decadent and certainly an indulgence but it’s hard to pass up the combination of sweet corn, smoky bacon and tangy sour cream. While you can use canned corn, fresh, local corn is an even better idea.
In a microwave-safe bowl, cook meat and onion on high heat for 5 to 7 minutes until meat is no longer pink. Drain. Pour meat into slow cooker and add water, beans, tomatoes, corn and chiles. Stir in ketchup, mustard,…
In a medium saucepan, combine the sugar and sour cream. Cook 5 minutes over medium heat. Remove from heat and stir in vanilla and nuts until coated. Pour out onto wax paper to cool. Submitted by Ruth Beck, Archbold
Heat oil in small skillet, place tostadas one at a time in the skillet, brown on both sides until crisp. Keep warm until ready to serve. Have bowls of all other ingredients and allow everyone to build their own tostada….
The hardest thing about this soup is whether to add one chili pepper (which gives it a mild kick) or three (where you get a “punch”). This creamy soup is good hot or cold. Add some corn or cooked chicken to make it more substantial.
Imagine waking up on a chilly morning and beginning the day with a tender scone and a cup of tea. Not too sweet, this scone is studded with apricots and is even better slathered with some berry jam or lightly whipped cream.
Wait until the end of the meal to serve this cooling soup, perfect for a hot or muggy day when the body needs to “chill.” And if you can’t wait, it’s also a delightful way to start the day at breakfast or brunch.