Fresh Vegetable Omelet
Healthy and simply delicious, this light and fluffy omelet is chock-full of fresh garden veggies, flavor and cheese. Logan, Utah’s Edie DeSpain makes it with whatever veggies she has on hand and says it’s great for any meal at all!
Kids' Favorite Chili
Terri Keeney of Greeley, Colorado shares her third-generation family favorite, this hearty chili. This sweet and easy chili is sure to warm the whole family up on those chilly fall nights.
Individual Meat Loaves
I ESPECIALLY like this recipe because it makes a nice meal for two without lots of leftovers.
The pork gives this meat loaf a moist, tasty, old-fashioned flavorit's one of our favorite main dishes. Kim McMurl
Fargo, North Dakota
Quick and Creamy Ham Fettuccini
This elegant and easy Creamy Ham Fettuccine is Angie Smith's own version of an old Italian favorite and has earned top honors with friends and family. “It’s my most requested dish," notes the Clarksville, Tennessee cook. "I really like the thicker texture of the sauce, which is great with any hearty pastas, such as whole wheat tortellini or penne—and I sometimes add peas for extra nutrition.”
Mom's Fried Fish
Our family has an annual fish fry that centers around my mom's recipe. I think she makes the finest fried fish around. It's flaky and flavorful with a golden cracker-crumb coating, and her homemade tartar sauce is a fitting complement.Julie Jahnke, Green Lake, Wisconsin
Frozen blueberries are perfect for many baked items. They are especially nice in pancakes, muffins, pies, cobblers, coffee cakes, tea breads and many other baked desserts. Because frozen blueberries give off more juice than fresh berries, be sure to reduce the liquid and increase the thickener when you use them in desserts such as pies, tarts or cobblers. For best results, do not defrost frozen blueberries before adding them to pancakes, muffins and other baked items.
Making a Water Bath
Place a baking dish in a larger baking pan or dish, then place on rack in oven. Using a kettle or large measuring cups, carefully pour hot or boiling water into larger pan or dish. Fill according to recipe directions, generally to a depth of 1 in. or halfway up the sides of the larger pan or dish.
haunted house cupcakes
Draw a template of a spooky tree; place template under a sheet of waxed paper. Snip a small corner from the bag with the melted candy. Pipe an outline of the tree with the melted candy and fill in the trunk area.
While the tree is still wet, sprinkle the branch area with some of the orange jimmies. Repeat to make two trees. Transfer to the refrigerator until set, about 5 minutes.