from the daily mail. it's seems a good way to use up my over abundant herb garden. i love the thought of garlic, lemon and thyme and a crisp crackling. i plan to try this soon - i have the meat in the freezer. i'm entering it now in case i lose my scrap of paper. the recipe says: serve with plenty of mashed potatoes. this needs overnight marinating. there is no indication of how many it will serve. i've made this and it was really delicious. a bit of fussying around, but worth it for a special occasion.
this recipe is from the pampas pastry website. it passes the susan test for a five star recipe - easy, delicious and looks good too! these pies freeze well. prepare up to the baking stage, then freeze. cook from frozen on the day they are required. hop
i have to laugh when people rave about my "moist, great-tasting cornbread". the recipe is on the back of the quaker corn meal box and that's where this recipe comes from. it works perfectly every time. i did cut back just a hair on the sugar. the recipe h
i got this fantastic recipe from dr. laurie itcush - it was her grandmothers. it's awsome, and addictive. you can put it on ice cream, cake, graham crackers, or each other. what every floats your boat - go for it!
this quick and easy italian favorite is topped with a savory blend of tomatoes, garlic,basil and capers. coarsely chop capers to release flavor, just give then a whack with the side of a chef's knife before adding to tomato mixture. enjoy.
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