posted for zwt 2006. recipe comes from justine wilson's homegrown louisiana cooking.
picnic like the french with a perfectly ripe camembert, some garlicky sausage and a fresh, crusty baguette - eh voila! no need to go outside for a picnic, if the weather is inclement; enjoy a picnic in your kitchen at the kitchen table, or use the cheese
i have been making these for years. they are a very easy version that do not take much time or energy to make. just throw them in the fridge to marinate then throw them in the oven on low temp for several hours while you do whatever you want.
entered for safe-keeping, from sean donnellan's "something tastes funny", recipe by naidre miller. this cookbook is geared to new cooks and non-cooks. as long as you like tomatoes with your scallops and you crave artichokes, this recipe should delight. t
i'm posting this so i don't keep losing it. my mom made this often - it's a buttery biscuity topping. it doesn't rise as high as regular biscuits, and you can just pour it over the pot pie. it comes out all golden brown and tasty. the pot pie part i m
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