A pleasing melange of strawberries, bananas and crushed pineapple is stirred into strawberry gelatin, spooned into in heart-shaped molds and chilled. A dollop of whipped topping is all that is needed to complete this refreshing and romantic dessert.
A new twist on an old holiday favorite. While preparation is best done over a fire-pit, the oven works just as well if you are short on minions to turn and baste or if you happen to reside in the city.
Tortilla chips are topped with a chicken and salsa mixture, melted cheese and tomato. These hearty nachos make a great snack and work well as a meal, too! Serve with sour cream and guacamole, if desired.
Fresh oysters are cooked open face on the grill with a rich seasoned butter. This is concoction was developed by my buddy and I during a block party. We had people standing in line. Be sure to use leather gloves when shucking hot oysters. Sounds like a pain, but well worth the work.
The filet mignon marinates in a mixture of balsamic vinegar and Dijon mustard while you are heating the grill and cooking the onions, and can be made in under an hour. Serve with some mashed garlic red potatoes and sweetened green beans for a fabulous special occasion meal.
Noodles are topped with chicken and broccoli, then baked in a casserole with a white sauce and 2 kinds of cheese. This is an easy to make recipe that is great for potlucks, church gatherings, holidays, or outside gatherings.