this serves as a great side dish alongside your favorite italian sausage recipe, which is usually how i serve it; however it would certainly fit the bill as a vegetarian maindish.
this recipe came from my husband's grandmother, and we modified it a little bit to make it gluten and dairy free. as a kid this was my husband's favorite meal, and he used to walk around singing a little song about it "5 spice beef and rice, cha cha cha!
lovely, simple recipe from www.avocadosalad.com; i haven't tried it yet, but i can just imagine how wonderful it will be next summer with homegrown tomatoes! mmmmmm.... also, while the salad says to toss the salad components and dressing, the picture show
i adapted this recipe from the joy of cooking and have been making it for more years than i care to remember. it's fast and easy.... fast and easy enough to be able to make a 2nd batch in the middle of dinner b/c folks scarfed up the first batch! note:
this recipe calls for only 7 minutes of cooking time and recommends that the heart be served medium rare - i like mine just the slightest shade of pink so cook it a total of 12 minutes, but do not overcook
this recipe, from the dec/jan 1996 issue of taste of home has been a family favorite since the first time i made it. it does require a little effort, but it's worth every minute. i make this on a regular basis, as well as when we have company over. i alwa
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