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Get ready for your new favorite sandwich combo: cherry jam, turkey & spicy cheddar grilled cheese! This incredible twist on traditional grilled cheese is sweet, spicy, savory and one you'll want to make again and again. The perfect way to use up leftover turkey and to customize with your fav add-ons! #grilledcheese #sandwich #lunch
Homemade Gourmet Chocolate - CakeWhiz - makes 14 using your favorite fillings: Make as Valentine's Day gifts, giveaways at work, or for parties. As you have probably guessed, these homemade chocolates are made in ICE CUBE TRAYS. You can use a fancy chocolate mold but this is the way my dear Mom made them. Back in the day, they didn’t have cool chocolate molds or cute ice trays readily available at stores. So, my mom was SMART and used whatever was on hand 🙂
Pirogi: Just like my Russian Baba Used to Make (12 dozen) If you're a lover of these delicate, pillow-like dumplings but have been hesitant to try making them, this marathon pirogi post will give you every instruction necessary to turn you into a pirogi pro. Have some spare time between now and New Years? Take a day to relax and make some pirogi as a family. I make them every years for Christmas Eve and Easter.
Grandmother's Orange Salad (10 servings): This orange salad dessert is slightly sweet and tangy, too. It adds beautiful color to any meal and appeals to appetites of all ages! —Ann Eastman, Santa Monica, California - Nutrition Facts: 1 piece: 161 calories, 1g fat (0 saturated fat), 2mg cholesterol, 55mg sodium, 39g carbohydrate (35g sugars, 1g fiber), 2g protein.
Crispy Pan-Fried Catfish from Deep South Dish blog (4-6 servings). Catfish fillets, breaded with seasoned flour and panko bread crumbs and pan fried - fast and easy and the perfect fish for sandwiches or tacos. Fresh catfish is as common around here as ground beef is everywhere else, so we tend to eat a lot of it all year round and especially during Lent.
Old Fashioned Seven Layer Salad (~12 servings) plus suggested options -- A salad made with 7 layers, typically with lettuce, sometimes tomatoes, chopped and sliced boiled eggs, peas, celery, bacon and cheese, or really whatever your favorite tossed salad ingredients are. Then the salad is topped off with a thick layer of a mayonnaise-based dressing just before serving. This is a common salad for barbecues and cookouts, parties, potlucks, church suppers and holidays.
Southern Deviled Eggs with variations (24 halves) - Deviled eggs are a southern staple. You'll see them everywhere, at just about every event and every holiday. I like my deviled eggs pretty traditional and basic, but you can certainly jazz them up with any number of toppings, add-ins and variations.
Red Pepper, Potato, and Ricotta Frittata (6 servings): If you’re looking for a deliciously robust Easter dinner, the red pepper, potato, and ricotta frittata is the way to go. Easier than an omelet, this hearty Italian egg dish makes enough to feed a family--all in a single skillet. Use any combination of fillings you'd include in a traditional omelet. Vegetarian, Gluten free
Joanna Gaines' Healthy Salmon Recipe (WATCH: This Healthy Dinner Recipe Is One of Joanna Gaines’ Favorites) 4 servings - My family really loves both meat and poultry, but I do serve them fish occasionally as a healthy alternative, and this is one of our favorites," Gaines explains in her best-selling cookbook Magnolia Table. "This method is easy and foolproof, and it brings out the savory sweetness of salmon."