surprisingly easy to make, this is a family favorite for christmas mornings. our church ladies always made this pastry for the st. lucia service.
this is a variation of cioppino (italian seafood stew). this recipe blends the subtle flavors of shellfish with spicy italian sausage. the stock can be made ahead and reheated when ready to add seafood. i can serve the stock to "non-fish" lovers as wel
i had been searching for a good bread bowl to use with a zuppa toscana soup recipe that i have and i was shocked to see that zaar didn't have so many. i finally found one that was suited my needs from taste of home. i've tweeked it a bit and now can mak
my grandmother and mom both made these for me when i was very little and now i make them for my little ones. they love their eggs made this way. some people call them "egg in a window", but my mom always called them "bird's nests". kids love them, but i s
this recipe comes from the quaker oatmeal website. it won the "search for the ultimate oatmeal cookie," lower-calorie division. last night, i was positively craving oatmeal cookies, so i decided to make them--they are delicious!
this popular potluck classic is lighter with a yogurt-based dressing. the original recipe called for 1/4 cup yogurt, 1/4 cup reduced-fat mayo, and 2 tsp sugar. but, i replaced it with 1/2 cup yogurt and 1 tsp splenda. i had to make sure the waterchestnuts
this is another one from my bubby. galicianers made this for friday lunch, while preparing shabbos, because it's easy and parve. it's like a lighter latke, so i like to make it on chanuka. goes well with sour cream on top or just a sprinkle of sugar or ja
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