veal shanks braised in tomatoes & wine until tender and falling off the bone. this is a hearty italian recipe that seems to please everyone. it is good served with any starch. rice, potatoes, polenta, pasta or crusty rolls. i have done this with plain steamed rice, but last night served it with risotto milanese which is risotto w parmesan cheese and saffron. very tasty. osso buco means "hollow bones" in italian and is served all over italy, but purportedly comes from milan.
this is a great "light" dessert that can be made very low fat using the lower fat versions of the cream cheese, milk, cool whips. i always make this for pot luck's and it is always a favorite. so many of my friends have asked me for the recipe, so here it
this recipe is based on one from sunset magazine (oct 1997, although the original used instant rice so this new one is quite different), and is absolutely wonderful! darn easy, too. :) easily converted to vegetarian, as well.
recipes for macaroni salad started appearing in the early 20th century. the famous restaurant, delmonico's, offered a version heavy with mustard on it's menu as early as 1901. now for most americans, it is a mayonnaise dressed side dish, popular for picni
inspired by the classic (and kid-friendly) combo of apples & turkey, i concocted these tonight for my 9 month old and liked them so much i might end up eating them myself! perfect for older babies and toddlers (serve with a fun dipping sauce), these make
this is attributed to arbroath, angus, scotland because of the smoked haddock, whether the recipe originated there or not. this makes an excellent breakfast or a light supper. posted for zaar world tour 05.
this is a fantastic little recipe for sour cream and chicken enchiladas. i've seen some similar recipes posted at 'zaar but not this exact one. this turns out perfect every single time. it's also easy to double the recipe so you can serve a larger group.
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