this makes a lot of dressing. it is the exact recipe that i used for our thanksgiving "food gathering".
not the way i've been taught to make it, but it's wonderfully flavorful. i use canned garbanzo beans, because it is much faster than using the dried ones, which must soak for a bit before cooking. if you do use dried beans, follow the cooking directions
i found this recipe in my food and wine magazine back in june 1997. the lady who created it is named elizabeth. i have been making it this way since then. i have made it for parties and it is so liked by everyone that most people leave with the recipe. i
one of the first things my mother taught me how to cook. i remember the smell and hardly being able to wait for it to cool. now days, everyone asks me for it on the holidays so it's stayed a holiday tradition. it takes almost 30 minutes exactly from st
in response to a request. i have not made these myself...but have had many a happy new years eating them when received from a neighbor! i have no idea how long this takes. seems like the family all got together before the holiday and spent the day cooking
delicious chicken breasts, wrapped in bacon or pancetta to ensure they remain moist, stuffed with boursin garlic & herb cheese and then roasted with cherry tomatoes on the vine......delectable! i have posted this recipe for two - obviously it is very eas
this is one of those recipes that words fail. it is a combination of several recipes i have tried for these iconic vietnamese sandwiches. the mayo needs to be spread thick but go light on the meat. if you want to tone down the heat on the jalapenos, ta