this recipe caught my attention as it was quite different than what i am accustomed to. this is a great way to use some fresh garden vegetables and to add variety to your diet. the recipe is from planking secrets by ron shewchuk.
if you are italian, or were lucky enough to grow up with some, this is the red sauce that you knew. you may have called it "gravy", or "red sauce". whatever you called it, you loved it. it is a marinara sauce, and look for my meatball recipe, as this i
we love onions of any kind and i've tried quite a few recipes for baked vidalias. this recipe combines the best of the best and i really wished that i'd made a double batch so we could have had seconds.
since you are cooking the beans in the oven for about 4 hours, i strongly suggest to use only dried beans for this, as the canned with get way too soft. the beans have to soak overnight in water so plan a day ahead. this can also be make successfully in a
recipe from betty crocker's new cookbook (everything you need to know to cook). this is basically cheesecake, wrapped in puff pastry. the name comes from the way the corners of the pastry stand up, like the pointy bits of a crown. i usually make these to
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