This spicy baked dip tastes just like hot chicken wings, but without the mess. It is very addicting, and is perfect for football and tailgating season. Serve with tortilla chips. I take this whenever I have to bring a dish and am always asked for the recipe.
Custom-blend herbs and spices to make your own Italian sausage! Try this earthy mix of black pepper and fiery red pepper, anise seeds, paprika, onion flakes, garlic powder, salt and Italian-style seasoning.
You can use yellow, white, or red miso paste for the soup, depending on your preference. You will also need dashi, which is made of dried kelp (seaweed) and dried bonito (fish), and can be purchased in granules or powder form in conveniently-sized jars.
This recipe is so good that I double it whenever I make it. Since it is peanut butter balls dipped in chocolate it is almost like candy. Real buckeyes are nuts that grow on trees and are related to the horse chestnut.
A special potato salad recipe from a special place, the 800-acre Beaumont Ranch in Texas. The potatoes are seasoned with a garlicky salad dressing while still hot, then cooled and mixed with bacon, celery, green onion, dill pickle, and mayonnaise. It makes a big batch.
This flavorful soup is a great treat any time of year! Its sweet and fresh taste redefines this typically average dish while chunks of tomatoes give it a hearty and filling appeal. Serve small portions with you favorite bread or roll.
Boneless chicken breasts are rolled around fresh asparagus spears and provolone cheese, then given a Dijon mustard flavored coating and a topping of crisp panko bread crumbs. The dish is baked in a hot oven.