A glass salad bowl is a must, otherwise your diner guests will miss all the pretty layers. Those layers begin with chopped lettuce and go on from there - onion, peas, shredded cheese, bacon, cauliflower, and finally a creamy parmesan and mayonnaise dressing.
My husband is a avid hunter and we make this sausage every year. We add pork to the venison because the venison has such a low fat content. For the pork we get really fatty looking roast ground at our grocery store.
This moist, dense, yeast-free bread uses graham flour, a whole wheat grind that includes the bran for flavor and health. Here, it combines with all-purpose flour, molasses and buttermilk to steam over boiling water on the stove.
My grandmother and mother made these cakes for years. They are moist but don't contain eggs. Applesauce is the secret ingredient. I sold these at bake sales for years and we had many customers who returned every year just to get one.
These fun and pretty gelatin 'deviled eggs' are made with fruity gelatin formed in an egg-shaped gelatin mold from the craft store and topped with a dollop of creamy filling for the 'yolk.' Kids will love them, and they'll look great on your Easter dessert table. Make any flavor of gelatin you like, or make several colors.
Simple Chicken Parmesan is the perfect dish to lure kids into the kitchen - what kid doesn't like chicken tenders and spaghetti? And this dish is loaded with mini cooking lessons. With one simple recipe, kids learn how to boil pasta, mince garlic, grate cheese, make tomato sauce, and pound, bread and saute cutlets. Bonus: This recipe makes twice the sauce needed, so freeze half for another meal.