Drench cooked macaroni with your favorite Italian dressing, then let it marinate overnight. The next day, stir in a tasty mix of sour cream, mayonnaise and garlic powder, add crunchy onions and celery, toss in some tuna and chill before serving.
The secret to making less expensive cuts of meat tender is a good marinade. This one fits the bill. Mix up soy sauce, vegetable oil, ketchup, oregano, and three cloves of garlic, and then marinate the meat overnight. Grill, and slice on the diagonal.
Double dipping is the trick to these golden and delicious fried veggies. The first dipping is in an egg/milk batter, the second in a beer/flour concoction. Then they 're deep fried in vegetable oil. Serves six.
This traditional holiday drink is indispensable to those who covet the ubiquitous fireside family gatherings on cold winter evenings. This recipe uses an automatic coffee maker to brew the cider. If you don't own one, heat it in a saucepan over medium heat on the stovetop. Grab your mugs and dive into this hot drink!
Danish spiced rye bread is a wonderful addition to any holiday table. Enjoy with butter and jam at breakfast, use for sandwiches, or serve with dinner as a part of a winter feast. The spices in this bread are sure to make it a family favorite and tradition.
Here is a recipe you'll love for its simplicity and wonderful flavor! Layers of cucumber, tomato, red onion, and green pepper are sprinkled with kalamata olives, feta cheese and oregano, then drizzled with lemon juice and olive oil.