Re:colcannon with bacon
Posted: 08/22/2015 11:12:43 PM
I am not sure how well the cabbage would freeze. It would probably affect the texture of the cabbage but I am not sure to what extent. It may still be acceptable. The other ingredients should be fine to freeze. I suggest giving it a try sometime when it wouldn't matter so much if it didn't turn out or sometime when you are making it experiment by freezing a small portion of the dish and see what happens. Sorry I could not give you a more definite answer. Good luck!
Posted: 08/03/2015 11:03:57 AM
Go to "My Recipe Box" in the top menu. There you will have a link at the top of the page that says "My Grocery List". If you have saved a recipe to your grocery list and you go to the list but the recipe does not show up, it may be because you have too many items in your grocery list. You may have to delete some of your old recipes from the list to be able to save a new one to it.
Re:cookies and cream ice cream
Posted: 08/02/2015 9:40:19 PM
You can also get this recipe at http://www.recipetips.com/recipe-cards/t--2562/homemade-ice-cream-cookies-and-cream.asp, which has instructions on making and freezing the ice cream.
Re:cookies and cream ice cream
Posted: 08/02/2015 9:36:06 PM
If you go to the following page on our site you will see step-by-step instructions on how to make a Cookies and Cream Ice Cream that does not call for any eggs: http://www.recipetips.com/kitchen-tips/t--1384/how-to-make-homemade-ice-cream-without-an-ice-cream-maker.asp. This information includes instructions on how to make ice cream without an ice cream maker also but provides a link to other methods for freezing the ice cream. The recipe is for 2 quarts so you would have to increase the ingredients accordingly.
Re:friendship cake starter
Posted: 07/30/2015 08:32:30 AM
The fruit juices can be frozen but I do not recommend freezing the starter.
Re:blackeyepea&braises gree&butternut squash
Posted: 07/11/2015 6:32:44 PM
Unfortunately, the recipe was submitted without serving information. I think 12 servings would be a close estimation according to the quantity of ingredients called for.
Re:Slow cooker lasagna
Posted: 06/26/2015 10:23:04 AM
Yes, that should be fine. I have substituted cottage cheese for ricotta in my lasagna several times.
Re:Home Made Spaghetti Sauce
Posted: 06/19/2015 07:34:13 AM
The ounces convert as follows: 30 oz. = .8871 liters, 12 oz. = .3548 liters, and 15 oz. = .4436 liters. We have a helpful conversion calculator that you can use any time you would like to convert any of our recipe measurements. I have found it very handy many times. Just copy the following address into your browser and it will go directly to the calculator: http://www.recipetips.com/kitchen-tips/t--510/conversion-calculators.asp or if you click on "Charts" in the upper right corner of most any page it will take you to our charts category where you can the select the "Conversion Calculator". I hope you will find this tool helpful in the future.
Re:tenderized round steak
Posted: 06/01/2015 08:50:50 AM
There are several different ways to tenderize round steak. If you go to the following page you will find the information you need: http://www.recipetips.com/kitchen-tips/t--351/tenderizing-beef.asp. Here you will find the most commonly used methods for tenderizing beef.
Posted: 05/11/2015 08:41:15 AM
You can use 1 cup of shredded cheese for this recipe and add Miracle Whip according to your own personal taste. Some like their salad a little drier and some like it with more Miracle Whip to make it fairly moist. Add it according to your own preference. The recipe has been edited to clarify the instructions.