this recipe came from the back of a campbell's tomato soup can. it is so easy to fix and it is total comfort food!
this recipe was submitted for rsc 2005 -- i found it in the recipes needing a home and adopted it because it was an entry in rsc #6. the chef who created the recipe wrote "i love anything wrapped in phyllo dough, especially if it includes brie cheese. t
with valentine's day coming up i just had to share this scrumptious-looking recipe for heart-shaped scones. i plan on trying it very soon using margarine and soy milk in place of the heavy cream! i got this from care2.com's eat well naturally newsletter.
this is really good. use large, fresh shrimp for best results (peel before cooking). this comes from one of my favorite diet cookbooks, modified to our tastes. serve over brown rice for a delicious and complete meal.
one of the most requested vegetable accompaniments that i serve in the auberge; simple & easy to adapt to personal tastes - they are finished off in a flash before serving. if you are not fond of garlic, don't add it......the same with basil, it's just th
this recipe comes from a "cooking with paula deen" magazine (may/june 2006). my family loves this served with macaroni and cheese. the leftovers made a delicious sandwich the next day, topped with your favorite burger toppings.
5-ingredient fix contest entry. my inspiration for this recipe came from a recipe i had created about 6 months ago, cheeseburger egg rolls. they became a huge hit with family and friends, so when i was thinking of recipes for this contest it just seemed
comfort food. i know the ingredient list is a little odd, but it makes a really tasty gravy with a lot of depth and character, almost somewhere in between a standard beef stew and pot roast. my family hasn't really cared for most of the stew recipes i've
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