family legend has it that this originated with the danish royal family. apparently my mother's friend knew the cook. it is by far my favorite stuffing and of course we stuff chickens etc. with it and even make it as a vegan casserole by leaving out the
these are absolutely the most amazing chocolate chip cookies ever! they are crisp on the outside yet soft and chewy in the middle and delicious chocolate chips are spread throughout them making them even more of a scrumptious treat. whenever i make them t
unbelievable taste combination & presentation, everyone will love this. and, best of all there are no calories, ok there are...but the taste makes them worth it :o). i always give out the recipe a few times when i make it. enjoy!
from emeril lagasse, 2002! i watched emeril make these on his show and thought they looked very good. they are delicious!! they are not like most of his recipes that are complicated! very each to put together.
originally created in the late 19th century for a russian count. there are a lot of european and american versions that come nowhere close to reproducing this dish as it was originally made. what follows is the classic russian version.
this recipe was adapted from saveur magazine though it was actually entocotes au poivre vert (strip steaks with green peppercorn sauce.) the sauce is what this recipe is all about the silky rich taste of this sauce is incredibly fabulous.
i was just looking for something different and this is what i came up with. the higher cooking temp helps to keep the chicken moist. you can keep these on warm in a crock pot for a party by adding enough chicken broth to cover the bottom of the crock.
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