this recipe is an idea from my “classic scandinavian cooking” by nika hazelton cookbook that i absolutely adore because it reverses how we think about soup. although happily changing somewhat in recent yrs, most of our dh’s and our kids still think of soup as something meat-based, creamed, filled with pasta and not really a meal. while that’s a time-honored tradition, the trend now is to healthier and veggie-based soups. this idea helps you to convince your “bread, meat and potatoes” dh and your “i don’t like veggies” kids that eating healthier can be tasty and fun. not a problem and so easy ... make meat dumplings for a variety of veggie-based soups. everyone is happier and healthier!
adapted from a recipe by mike mills. this sauce is smooth and on the thin side, and it seeps down into the meat. mike mills is the only person to win three grand world champion titles at the memphis in may international barbecue festival. he is also ba
this is a very tasty breakfast/brunch dish! for variation, i have added grated sharp cheddar cheese right on top of the english muffin before adding anything else. i can see many variations of this simple dish. normally i bake my bacon, but for this recip
i love this simple recipe. it's great comfort food when served with a pile of steaming, creamy mash potato. quite frankly, i wouldn't know what else to do with a marrow! a medium marrow will be around 700g which would do 2 people easily.
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