My mother first made these for me and now I made them all the time – incredibly delicious! Serve as a main course, an appetizer.. doesn’t matter, they always taste great!
Drumettes baked in a sweet and sour mixture of soy sauce, vinegar, water and sugar. Short but sweet…and sour!
Very good as a side dish or as a dessert.
Fresh green beans are coated with a soy sauce, honey, garlic mixture that is sure to wake up your taste buds!
Dried cranberries are the secret sweet ingredient in this unique chicken salad, which includes sunflower seeds and chopped dill pickle.
A moist, sweet cornbread loaf is the perfect accompaniment to your favorite stew, ham and beans, soup, or fried fish! Just mix it and bake it.
A crumble topping made with butter, flour and pecans is sprinkled over the top of sweet potatoes blended with egg, milk, sugar and vanilla in this preparation of the popular vegetable to serve with turkey.
These sweet potatoes are easy to make and not overly sweet. Originally submitted to ThanksgivingRecipe.com.
Lovely cinnamon rolls with a gooey pecan topping. This is an Stougaard old family favorite. Not the easiest to make, but well worth the trouble. Gooey and sweet. Best eaten fresh from the oven. I usually double the recipe because if you go to the trouble to make yeast rolls – make lots.
A whole sweet onion is cored, then filled with a beef bouillon cube and butter before being wrapped in foil and grilled. The butter and beef flavoring combine with the sweet onion for a surprisingly delectable side dish.