this was the recipe i created the very first time i cooked fish. very simple but delicious. so far this recipe has converted three non-fish eaters to eat fish! use any flaky white fish or even chicken and serve with couscous and fresh veggies.
"the most cherished of all the vegetables in germany is asparagus. although the green variety is enjoyed in many dishes, the most prized is white asparagus. either variety works well in this asparagus cream soup" from classic international recipes. the
this not "just another" banana bread. i've made it time and time again throughout the years. it's from an old and yellowed recipe clipping (50 plus years old) from my local newspaper that my great aunt had written her own success notes beside. my aunt was
desperate to find yet another way to use all the tomatoes from 4 plants, i found this in the big book of casseroles. i used prepared pesto, but if you make your own, it is that much better. had so many, i shared with the neighbors, and even the young on
my neighbor aggie is the first person to introduce me to this scrumptious recipe,she has since past away, but every time i think of the recipe i think of her. her recipe called for the use of raw eggs, i have amended it, and my version is equally scrumpti
if you don't like to use leftovers or canned soups then don't look at this recipe, but if you do keep reading.:) i had some leftover roast beef and needed a new way to serve it, so i came up with this. as with all my recipes, you can change the amounts of
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