This gratin will convert those wary-of-green-vegetable eaters to greens lovers. A simple white sauce lightly coats Swiss chard leaves, and a topping of cheese and crisp breadcrumbs seals the deal. For a different presentation, bake in individual gratin dishes or ramekins rather than one large dish. Make up to a day ahead and keep in the fridge until ready to serve.
Tennessee Honey Corn Pudding is one of those dishes that once you take it to a potluck, you're asked to bring it every time. The LA Times re-tweeted it to over a half million people and you should hear the raves! You can't find anything like this in the frozen food section at the grocery. They'll scrape the bowl, or lick it if you're not watching! Stop by TwirlandTaste for more!
The most Ah-Mazing Roasted Potatoes! These are so stinkin' easy to make! Cook a pierced potato in the microwave for 6-7 mins. (flip every couple mins.) til soft all the way thru. Cut in half, then into squares (just down to skin). Season with butter, parmesan & Lawry's. Place in oven on aluminum foil-lined pan and BROIL for 10-15 mins. Enjoy!!!
VERDICT: this pasta is so stinkin good I could eat it every night! It's so easy to make and AMAZING!
They are easy to make: Just mash potatoes plain with butter or you can add yummy ingredients like cooked bacon, cheese, parsley, green onion etc. Stuff in to a greased muffin tin, run a fork along the top and brush with melted butter or olive oil. Bake at 375 degrees or until tops are crispy and golden.