These sumptuous, habit-forming ribs can be mild, to very spicy depending on your taste. My husband and I like things HOT, and the honey, mustard, onion and spices blended together will have you beggin' for more! The ribs have a beautiful presentation and will be well-enjoyed at intimate dinners, as well as backyard barbeques.
This recipe calls for lots and lots of crumbled, maple-flavored bacon, chopped broccoli, red and green onion, red grapes and toasted almonds. Everything is then tossed with a sweet mayonnaise and vinegar dressing.
In this rendition, pineapple gets a boost from brown sugar, while vinegar and soy sauce team up for the tangy aspect. Green peppers, celery, and water chestnuts join chicken in this easy one-skillet dish.
Like French fries? Then you will love this Latino version of an American favorite! Treat yuca just like you treat potatoes. Yuca can also be used to make a scrumptious alternative to home fries for breakfast.
This marvelous sauce is the reason you grow your own tomatoes. Dice a few and add minced garlic, fresh basil and the best quality olive oil you can buy. Let the heady mixture rest at room temperature for a few hours, then toss with hot pasta.