"Simple, perfect roast turkey just like grandma used to make. Seasoned with salt and pepper, and basted with turkey stock, the flavors of the turkey really stand out. Stuff with your favorite dressing."
"So what do jazz, drive-in movies and hamburgers all have in common? They are all American classics! Perfect for year round grilling, this easy recipe honors the classic burger with delicious, mouthwatering flavor. The name says it all!"
"Delicious and bursting with flavor, Asian lettuce wraps are a great idea for entertaining or a family style meal. Each person can build their own fresh, delicious wrap. Just be sure to have plates or napkins available since the mixture can sometimes drip a little."
"This salad is a kaleidoscope of color and taste - black beans, yellow corn, green peppers, and red, red tomatoes. Lime juice, garlic and jalapeno give it some punch. It can also be used as a dip with tortilla chips."
"These muffins are absolutely delicious. The secret is in NOT mixing the batter too much: the less you mix, the better the muffins are. You can replace the blueberries with chocolate chips to make an even better muffin--so my kids say."
"I'M always improvising on recipes. For this one, I started with a basic creamed vegetable soup, and then added roasted squash and leeks for a distinctive taste. This soup is a great way to get folks to eat veggies. They only know how wonderful it tastes and pretty it looks! -Dianna Wacasey, Houston, Texas"
"'Cordon Bleu' is a French term, literally translated as 'blue ribbon', that originally referred to an award for culinary excellence given to women cooks! The term can now apply to any superior cook (yes, men too), and also to this dish (chicken, ham and Swiss cheese slices, breaded and sauteed). This yummy version adds paprika and a creamy white wine sauce worthy of it's own blue ribbon. Two blue ribbon tastes in wedded bliss -- Chicken Cordon Bleu II!"
"This is a very old family recipe. It's everybody's favorite. Curry should be cooked slowly for a long time to get the best flavor. I often cook it the day before for even better flavor. Serve over rice."
"Pleasant seasonings and plenty of vegetables highlight this traditional chicken and rice pairing from Jan Balata. 'Leftovers are great reheated in the microwave,' comments the Kilkenny, Minnesota cook."
"'Stuffed with a chunky chicken salad, these pretty golden puffs are perfect for a holiday buffet or ladies' luncheon,' shares Lola Pullen from Lakeland, Florida. 'Folks seem to enjoy the subtle sweetness from the pineapple and the crunch of the celery and pecans.'"