can be made up to 2 days in advance and travels well, making this a great picnic recipe. from the mayo clinic williams-sonoma cookbook.
now here’s a sweet little sweetie that you can mix and cook in the cup and in – alright maybe 1 1/2 minutes tops – you’ll have a cute little cutie for a guilt free snack. (but it’s only 35 seconds in the microwave…so there!) soooo good, for so not a lot
from the good eats episode: this spud's for you. i was looking for information on how long to bake potatoes in the oven and came across this basic recipe from alton brown. perfect potatoes every time! i wanted to include it here so i can add it to my
this started out as an experiment, but i loved the results, so i decided to share! i used 1/4 cup 8th continent light original soymilk, but i needed some more liquid so i added 1/4 cup water. i made this using cherry-flavored jello, and it was fabulous.
i love baklava and this take on the traditional gets a bit of tang from the citrus. this should be kept at room temerature. tip: use california apricots for a tart, pronounced apricot flavor or turkish apricots for a sweeter, mellow flavor. from fine coo
nice, light asparagus salad that's easy and quick to throw together. goes great with seafood, or other rich foods. note that the dressing probably makes more than you'll need for the salad, so you'll have some left over for other salads.
this is a lovely salad for a holiday brunch or dinner party! the dressing is so yummy!! i've subbed a mild blue cheese for the goat cheese, and both are equally tasty. from mary ann vitale, owner of la taverna restaurant in la jolla ca.
my friends and i love to share different recipes. my friend made these after watching "the neely's on foodnetwork" make theirs. although we really dont cook with a lot of pork we decided to alter their recipe to fit our tastes. so this is a great recip
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