I've only attempted to make Lasagna a couple of times. This recipe is truly simple. You can put it together the night before and anyone can easily throw it in the oven. I must admit this is the only recipe I will use from now on. You can easily substitute fresh tomatoes or your own homemade sauce for what the recipe calls for. Add more meat/no meat. You could really customize as you go.
These muffins are great for breakfast or as a snack. Packed with plenty of fiber and not too much sweetness. I replace the oil for applesauce and these aren't too bad for you. They go great with a cup of coffee.
You may notice the Staghorn Sumac plant growing all over in the fall. The Native Americans used this all the time as a way to get vitamin C. It's free and abundant this time of year. Why not take advantage of it's sour/tart flavor? I was surprised the first time I tried it, it's pretty good actually. I guess it's not really lemonade, but uh, stagade? I 'll teach you how to make it.
Bacon grease is like gold around here. I use it in place of anything that calls for shortening. I won't get into why I don't agree with vegetable shortening, but who wouldn't prefer bacon grease? I'll teach you how to save it and how to use it.
There's nothing quit like fresh homemade bread. Since I've found this recipe a month ago, I have not bought bread from the store. Not only is it delicious, but I don't have to worry about all those additives and preservatives. You will not regret trying this, it's so easy. Read more to find out how you can make it too.
This is such an easy recipe I don't know why I didn't start making it sooner. If you have a gazillion spices like I do, then there's no reason to buy spice packets again.
This is by far one of my favorite meals. The crispiness of the skin, oh so juicy meat, yum, yum, yum! The combination of lemon, garlic and rosemary is out of this world. This recipe can easily be adapted to use in a slow cooker so you don't heat the whole house up. You just won't get the crispy skin.