this may sound disgusting to some (including myself at first, i must admit) but it is delicious! just give it a try! --please know this...i did not have actual packages of the dry ingredients in front of me so i'm not completely sure that they are 8 oz!
bruschetta derives from the italian 'bruscare' meaning "to roast over coals”. at its most authentic, italian country-style bread is toasted over coals, rubbed with garlic and seasoned while hot with sea salt and fruity, virgin, cold-pressed olive oil. mo
from vegetarian times-september 2002. this simple dish comes together in minutes and calls for a light soup or tossed green salad and hot italian bread with olive oil for dunking. it also makes a great buffet party dish, as it can feed a group when serve
i get this recipe from my pillsbury family cookbook that was published in 1963. it was my mothers, a graduation present i believe, and i refer to it on a regular basis for the classic preparation of many foods.
the simplest, most elegant side dish ever. this the best way to impress company without any extra effort. my family and guest loves these potatoes when i fix them. you can substitute 1 teaspoon dried rosemary for the fresh. enjoy
if you like pasta, you're going to love this recipe from everyday with rachael ray's magazine (oct '09). she has a "secret ingredient" that adds an unexpected zest to the ordinary ingredients: anchovies. she notes in her recipe that " even if you thin
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