Here's a summary of Donna's tips for cooking a turkey.
This is a creative way to serve smaller servings of acorn squash. It is colorful and tasty and the bonus is that it can be made ahead of time.
This is a light colorful salad that can be made days ahead of time.
Close your eyes and you will think you are in Italy. You will love the lightly browned chicken served on pasta with a fabulous vegetable and tomato sauce. The sauce takes a while to prepare. You might want to do this ahead of time.
This is a fabulous side dish or serve it for a luncheon meal with added chicken or salmon. The color is beautiful and the flavor is wonderful.
The flavor, texture and color of this topping turns plain pork chops or chicken into an elegant meal.
A fabulous fall side dish.
This recipe was adapted from the Mad About Food cookbook developed byThe Junior League of Madison. It is a fabulous recipe. The cake is super moist and the rum sauce is to die for.
What an attractive and yummy side dish. For a main course, you might like to add sausage or ground beef to the bean mixture. Spice it up with the salsa of your choice.
This is a super moist bread that has a special sweet topping. It is SO GOOD!
This is a mild flavored sauce that beautifully compliments grilled chicken or pork.
This soup has spices that are commonly used in Middle Eastern recipes. The combination of these spices with rhubarb and a touch of sweetness create a tasty unique soup.
Serve this for a refreshing summer dessert or even enjoy it for a breakfast treat.
Farro is nutritious, ancient, whole grain wheat that is popular in Italy.
Enjoy a cheesecake dessert without any guilt. It is made with yogurt and reduced fat cream cheese and baked in individual ramekins. This is an great low calorie adaptation of the usual high fat, decadent cheesecake.
This tastes amazing like cookie dough. Adding peanut butter to Greek yogurt makes it a high protein treat. (23 grams of protein - equivalent to 3 eggs.) Try it for a quick breakfast for your kids. They will love it.
This is a traditional English dessert that I prepared in a cooking class in London recently. It is so yummy. It is made with high fiber dates and lots of nuts but not a lot of sugar. The batter can be made ahead of time and baked when ready to serve.
It is super easy to make your own baked beans. They are so much lighter in flavor than the thick, heavily sauced canned beans. Prepare them with the sweetness and the flavor to suit your own taste.
A variety of veggies transform this healthy nutty grain into a wonderful side dish.Bulgur is made from wheat and is a natural whole grain. It is usually sold parboiled and dried. It has a light, nutty flavor and has been a staple of the Mediterranean diet for thousands of years. It is rich in B vitamins, minerals, and fiber.
Bulgur is made from wheat and is a natural whole grain. It is usually sold parboiled and dried. It has a light, nutty flavor and has been a staple of the Mediterranean diet for thousands of years. It is rich in B vitamins, minerals, and fiber. Combined with beans it makes a complete protein.
This is a traditional southern meatless meal but it is also great made with a spicy sausage.
In 1973, WISC – TV 3 sponsored a recipe contest for dairy dessert pies. This was a winning recipe created by Mary Sincock who lived in Dodgeville, Wisconsin.
In 1973, WISC – TV 3 sponsored a recipe contest for dairy dessert pies. This was a winning recipe created by Norma Radke. Her husband Jerry and her daughter Lorie remember her wonderful family dinners and special desserts. They lived on a farm in Loganville, Wisconsin.
In 1973, WISC – TV 3 sponsored a recipe contest for dairy dessert pies. This was a winning recipe created by Darlene Nyman. She and her husband and their 5 children lived on a farm in Orfordville, Wisconsin.