A friend introduced me to these, and they are spectacular as you might imagine.
This sounds like it would make a rather awesome weekend finger-food breakfast for a group event of some sort.
Ganked from the savorystyle blog, these bombs look amazing!
This is a fantastic appetizer recipe gleaned from an advertising circular. The ad called for using Karo syrup, which I omitted quite readily.
You can use just about any round winter squash for this recipe. But steer clear of the field pumpkins meant for jack-o’-lanterns: Their flesh is stringy and less tasty than other varieties.
Hum… maybe? Another from the same issue as others.
This is a quick and easy recipe to make biscuits like you’d find at some nation-wide chain seafood and american food restaurants.
Grilled cheese sammiches are the traditional midwestern comfort food. Paired with tomato soup, they are wonderful for when things are cold and blowy, or when you don’t want to think about what to make.
This makes an awesome side dish. Careful you don’t eat too much!
Really cheesy, really potatoy, really nommy. This is one of those US midwest belly pleasers. Nothing good for you here, just great noms.
In contrast to BakedNachos, this is a much simpler recipe, good for those munchie emergencies. Seriously, the longest bit of time for this recipe is probably shredding the cheese if you don’t buy it pre-shredded. These make for a serious quick snack fix good for watching TV.
This is surprisingly simple and so delicious! I first had baked nachos from a little hole-in-the-wall burrito place in Santa Clara, whose name escapes me now. They had great burritos though, and this was what they made of nachos!