Fall Harvest Gelatin Salad contains the flavors of fall. I know some of you may be questioning the veracity of that statement because there’s no pumpkin spice, or plain pumpkin, included in this recipe, but pumpkin spice isn’t the only flavor of fall. In fact, before pumpkin spice mania took the country by storm, there were cranberries, apples, and pecans. Those flavors, along with celery, are the basis for our Fall Harvest Gelatin Salad. I have a confession to make. I’m really lazy and impatient when it comes to making gelatin dishes. I realize that I will have to get […]
This recipe for Pumpkin Cake Roll may be coming a little late to the annual pumpkin recipe party, but I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to share it with all of my readers. It’s just too good to wait until next fall. This tantalizing dessert of pumpkin cake wrapped around a sweet and tangy cream cheese frosting is addictive. Besides, this Pumpkin Cake Roll freezes well, so if you’ve picked up any pumpkin that’s on sale, you can make several and store them in the freezer until you’re ready to entertain.
Beef and Green Bean Teriyaki is a simple, delicious, and kid friendly meal. The ingredients are readily available. It’s easy to prepare, and makes a perfect meal for a busy weeknight. Beef and Green Bean Teriyaki is made from lean ground beef, and when served overnight is a very filling meal.
Flank steak is the perfect meat for grilling quickly at a high temperature, and it’s made better by marinating it. All you need is to mix up a few common pantry ingredients, pour them over the steak, and allow the steaks to marinate. I usually allow flank steak to sit in the marinade overnight, but it can also be marinated for as little as two to three hours. To have a freezer meal, place the bag with the steak and marinade in the freezer until you’re ready to grill it. Yes, I said that you can put the marinated steak […]
No series of bean recipes would be complete without an Asian style bean dish. This one has its roots in the food culture of the Philippines. I had never done anything with mung beans besides sprout them until a few months ago when I decided to cook some with onions and garlic and bacon. The taste of cooked mung beans reminded me of black eyed peas. I still had some dried mung beans in the pantry, so I began to look for a recipe that was more authentic. I asked co-workers and they mentioned several sweet recipes, but only two […]