this all-purpose sauce for dressing cooked vegetables provides a strong enough flavor to stand up to strong-flavored vegetables such as broccoli. it goes well with almost any green vegetable. it is a good substitute for cheese sauce as it is much lower in calories, and provides a somewhat salty-tart flavor with addition of any salt. preparation could not be easier.. this comes from the healthy plate section of the louisville courier-journal.
these tiny cookies are really nice looking and great for cookie exchanges and such. they take a while to make because they need to be chilled and then glazed, but theyr'e well worth the time and effort.
this is adapted from a recipe in jane brody's good food cookbook. it is quick and easy to make. serve with bread or crackers for an inexpensive winter supper. you can substitute or add other root vegetables (turnips, parsnip, etc.) to your taste or what's
it’s often difficult to find aquavit here in the liquor stores of the united states. so if you have a hankering for that potent liquor, here’s a substitute for you. :) you can experiment with all sorts of flavors, not just caraway. recipe adapted from
this is a recipe from the kraft "food & family" booklet. i haven't made it yet (so many recipes i have committed to make from rz), but it's on my list to make. it has so many of my favorite ingredients and i'm trying to incorporate more salads into our
this is a wonderful breakfast dish, and pretty enough to serve to overnight guests. serve it with toast and your favorite jam. it is really, reallly better when you have access to summer home-grown tomatoes.
i have seen alot of beef vegie soups but not like this one. i like to use leftover roast beef or get some at the deli. i sometimes make in crockpot for 8-12 hours on low. you may need to check on it. the potatoes thicken it and the tomatoes give body to
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