*citric acid is tricky to find. Look in whole foods stores. Co-ops. pharmacy's or online. I found mine at our local co-op in the bulk section. and I asked like 3 people- finally the last person actually knew what I was talking about... Lemonade 6 quarts water2 1/2 cups sugar1 T citric acid*1 1/4 T lemon extract3 lemons slicedIce 1. combine water, sugar, citric acid and lemon extract and stir for a few minutes till sugar is dissolved.2. . . .
If your the type to roast your own chicken.. this is a soup for you. Made from an entire chicken cooked in a slow-cooker or crock pot, whatever you want to call it. They add in some veggies and stock, a little tortellini, and flavor with dried spices and sundried tomatoes. It really is pretty delicious. Loaded with all the healthy stuff. I like the 7 Cheese from Costco but this package is large, so just use half and freeze the rest. This is a filling meal by itself no salad or . . .
Is there any "dump-the-jar-of-prego-into-a-saucepan-and-warm-up" peeps out there? Hopefully not for long because this sauce is easy AND delicious! Sometimes I just brown ground hamburger first and sometimes I make meatballs, it just depends. I will include the recipes for both. Please keep in mind that I am a "dumper"...I don't measure anything! Unfortunately this is killer when writing down recipes. Crap. So, if any of you have questions, please feel free to email me at . . .
It's all in the sauce with Hawaiian Haystacks! This creamy, flavorful sauce gets a zesty tang with the mixture of toppings. It's a fun dinner, and kids love creating their own! You can make this either in your crock pot or last minute- either way it is a hit. Serve over rice (Coconut Rice is soo yummy). Then add the following to the top: trust me...as weird as it sounds its delicious! * denotes it's a MUST, the rest are just options crunchy chow mein . . .
Wanna easy peasy recipe? Here ya go.. No thanks needed :) I have been in the salad mood lately with the warmer weather! And I am loving it! ..this is the kinda salad that gets BETTER the next day. . . .
If you want a simple, quick and tasty dinner.. I've got on for you right here. So this is a slow-cooker recipe that uses pork roast. My favorite kind of roast to be honest. I buy the four-pack at Costco and freeze what I don't need right away. Cooking one roast will usually fix up enough for my family of 5 with some left overs. And this recipe was no exception. This recipe was originally submitted to Oh So by one of our friends Stephanie Whipple. (Thanks Steph!) And we fell in love with the . . .
I based this chicken off the "sweet Pork" from Cafe Rio and that I had Dr.Pepper in my Fridge I didn't want my kids drinking. It turned out SOO good. and So easy. Kids LOVED it. of course they did...its sweet. I like to eat this classic taco style- corn tortilla, pico, guacamole and sour cream. Nate loves it burrito style. filled with corn, rice, lettuce Dr Pepper Chicken 9 boneless (skinless chicken tenderloins)1 liter of Dr Pepper enough . . .
I am on a sweet potato fry kick. Sweet potatoes are fast and easy and SO healthy. I love to serve these fries with grilled meat, especially kabobs. Then I seriously don't have a single dirty pan to do. If you line the jelly roll pan with parchment paper you'll get off really easy that night for dish duty. You can find the recipe for these kabobs by clicking of the following link: Cilantro Lime Butter with Chicken Kabobs Herb Butter with Steak Kabobs I usually use about 2 sweet . . .
Aubrey's fried chicken won ton post reminded me that she asked me to post my won tons a long time ago... so here you go. My version of a simple, ridiculously tasty appetizer. I mix-with a mixer the following: One package of cream cheese A couple of chopped green onions (chives would work great) Pinch of sea salt Pinch of seasoning salt And a shake of Johny's Garlic Spread...found at Costco Mix till creamy smooth. Put a spoonful in the center of a wonton I seal . . .
Aubrey's fried chicken won ton post reminded me that she asked me to post my won tons a long time ago... so here you go. My version of a simple, ridiculously tasty appetizer. Cream Cheese Won Tons One package of cream cheeseA couple of chopped green onions (chives would work great)Pinch of sea saltPinch of seasoning saltAnd a shake of Johny's Garlic Spread...found at Costco 1. Mix ingredients till creamy . . .