i got this recipe in the coupon pages of the weekend paper a long time ago. it didn't need much tweaking, it was good to start with and it's easy.
we grew up with this casserole that we called "goulash." it is an humble dish that is comforting with its blend of garlic, mushrooms, peppers, and bacon. the oregano gives it a special flavor that makes it different from other hamburger casseroles. the or
i took a bunch of 7 layer dips and a couple of my own ideas and created this recipe for a college football get together, and it was a great hit! this is a very forgiving recipe so feel free to use low fat ingredients, change ingredients, it's still wonde
this recipe was given to me by an indian colleague at work. he is desperately trying to get me out of cooking indian from a jar. i played around with his qtys used thighs instead of breasts and added the onions. even he was pretty impressed with this ef
in searching what to make for dinner tonight, i took out a package of ground meat (buffalo, specifically) from the freezer, and found a box of elbow macaroni. looked like chili mac makings to me! :) i had never made chili mac before (i just remember ha
this is a fresh and tasty relish that can be served with grilled burgers, steaks or chicken. we enjoyed it with grilled chicken and vegetables! cooking time also includes the time for chilling in the refrigerator.made for rsc #10.
i might as well jump on the bruschetta bandwagon! experiment using local onions in your area! also, try other similar hard cheeses in place of the parmesan: asiago, fontina, pecorino romano, etc. from the cookinglight.com website with some changes.
i got this recipe from my husband's grandmother. the first time i tried to make them, i didn't realize they were supposed to be small, like gnocchi or spaetzle, and i made them the size of golf balls - we still laugh about it! my kids can eat a whole bo
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