i clipped this recipe from a magazine almost 40 years ago (started collecting recipes in my teen years). i must have made this recipe at least zillion times (lol) and that's how much i love this recipe. since my first introduction to swedish meatballs through this recipe, i've tried many different variations. some i like a lot like that one from aquavit by marcus samuelsson and others, well, they were one time only recipes. but, i keep coming back to this recipe when i want swedish meatballs. i kept it as -my own- secret recipe, but it's time to share with everyone. hope you enjoy! goes really well with egg noodles. note: if you don't have fines herbs, just use any combination of herbs. i use kitchen bouquet for liquid gravy seasoning, but if this is not readily available, you can use other gravy seasoning. if you don't have green scallions, you can use all dill. the taste of dill is important in this recipe. the earlier version had chives and dill but since most people no longer keep chives, this recipe was changed to green scallions and dill.
this is my favorite, favorite chicken enchilada recipe. it's very quick and easy and people are always asking for the recipe. it's from the junior league of spokane's gold'n delicious cookbook (one of the best cookbooks ever!).
love oatmeal, but not gluten? this has the warmth and nostalgia of apple cinnamon oatmeal and is a wonderful way to prepare this nutritious “grain”. a yummy, nutritious way to start the day, and even the kids will love it!
this is a lovely salad for a holiday brunch or dinner party! the dressing is so yummy!! i've subbed a mild blue cheese for the goat cheese, and both are equally tasty. from mary ann vitale, owner of la taverna restaurant in la jolla ca.
this is one of my all-time favorite recipes from pampered chef. they're quick, easy and can be made in bulk and frozen for later. such an attractive appetizer, too! from a pampered chef invitation i received from a friend.
i had this at the wolfgang pucks restaurant in las vegas and it was the best pasta i have ever eaten. i pieced this recipe together from different recipes. the wine glaze is not needed but a yummy addition. enjoy!
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