A winner at the county fair, it 's packed with ground apples, raisins, cranberries, red sour cherries, gooseberries, apricot brandy, lemon and orange rind, oodles of spices, sugar and vinegar. This fabulous concoction is then baked and put up in sterilized jars. It makes eight quarts.
Custom-blend herbs and spices to make your own Italian sausage! Try this earthy mix of black pepper and fiery red pepper, anise seeds, paprika, onion flakes, garlic powder, salt and Italian-style seasoning.
Broccoli florets are sauteed with garlic, butter and olive oil, simmered in broth, then tossed with fresh basil and hot rigatoni. A sprinkle of Parmesan cheese is the perfect finish. Hint: don't overcook the garlic and broccoli!
A rich and delicious chili soup with many layers of flavors, that does not include tomatoes, pepper skins or seeds, but packs plenty of heat. Adjust seasoning to your own taste, and serve with cheese if desired.
Flank steak is grilled after having spent the night in a fresh and spicy marinade. The marinade also serves as a sauce for the freshly grilled meat. This can be used in fajitas, as an appetizer, or a main dish. Also good in sandwiches. Just make sure you reserve some of the marinade for a sauce.
Scallops are baked into individual packages with Gouda cheese and served with a creamy lobster sauce. This is a very rich dish, a little goes a long way! Served as a side dish or an entree, this is my favorite recipe and always gets rave reviews.