These mouth-watering bacon-wrapped Chestnuts will leave your guests wanting more.
7 slices Hormel Black Label Fully Cooked Bacon, cut in half
1 (8-ounce) can water chestnuts, drained
1 cup barbecue sauce
- Heat oven to 350. Lightly grease baking sheet.
- Wrap half-slice bacon around each water chestnut; secure with wooden pick.
- Bake water chestnuts 15 to 20 minutes or until hot. Serve with barbecue sauce for dipping.
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Chocolaty, gooey, with or without nuts, caramel-swirled or dark, brownies come in many forms of delicious goodness. Whatever your favorite flavor, there’s a brownie for everyone. Chocolate Brownie Day is coming up on December 8 and (as if you needed an excuse to eat brownies) here are some ways to get your brownie fix!
Baseball season is over, bald eagles have migrated to warmer climates and our Pilgrim décor has been packed away, but one American icon is at its peak. Yes, we’re talking about apple pie. December 3 is National Apple Pie Day, so what could be a better time to discuss this delicious American classic?
Looking up apple pie history on Wikipedia is fascinating – they actually posted a copy of an English recipe from 1381. Who knew that apple pie is more than 630 years old and predates Columbus’ exploration of the Americas? Early European settlers had to plant apple trees and wait for them to mature since there were no native apple trees. Speaking of which, knowing how scrumptious apple pies are, we can thank Johnny Appleseed for his work in the 1790s planting apple trees far and wide.
Bring these wings for get-togethers, parties, or potlucks and they are sure to disappear! Mastering the perfect wing recipe is always something to brag about!
1 cup firmly packed browned sugar
1 cup soy sauce
3/4 cup water
1 teaspoon dry mustard
3 pounds (about 20) Gold’n Plump Chicken Wings
The feast is done, the dishes are washed and the leftovers are put away. What on earth will you do with all of that turkey?
There are many ways you can use up those leftovers without getting sick and tired of eating turkey. You can get extra benefit from the hard work you put into your feast, and with the meat already cooked these meals will be fairly quick to make. Read more…