a big game hunting buddy of my husband's dreamed up this round steak dish. he puts it on before they go out hunting and it's ready when they come in for supper at night. it's very easy to prepare and can cook happily along in a crock as well as the conventional oven. it's a great dish for people who work all day. it's done when you get home-just slice some italian or french bread, throw a green salad together and sit down and enjoy.
my mom got this recipe 30 years ago from a friend of hers who was from australia. i don't know if this is an australian dessert, i have heard that it is similar to a canadian dessert called nanaimo bars, though. this is a christmas tradition in my famil
i was looking for a beautiful, rich cake to make for christmas this year and this was exactly what i was looking for! i found this recipe online and it originally came from bon appetit. i wanted something chocolate and peppermint to go with the season. it
finally, finally! i finally found an alfredo sauce recipe that doesn't use cream and still tastes good! i have concocted this dish with shrimp and broccoli, but do use the sauce anytime you want a creamy alfredo-type sauce; it's very good and very versati
my mother absolutely loved this caponatina (or caponata - i believe the distinction is in how finely you chop the components), although she became disabled, she would patiently wait for eggplants to go on sale, buy up a bunch, and invite me over to prepa
green goddess dressing was invented in the 1920's at san francisco's palace hotel as a tribute to william archer's hit play, the green goddess. it gets it's bright green color from lots of fresh green herbs. this dressing was originally made with tarragon
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