a recipe my mother makes for her quilting group. she does wonder if the salt is too much? guessing at serving size.
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these take awhile, but they are so good and they are very easy and inexpensive to prepare. for an added treat serve them with traditional boston brown bread. soaking time is not reflected in either the prep or cook times.
from august '04 cooking light. a hit with adults and kids alike, sub whatever cookies you have around, i used vanilla wafers, original recipe called for oatmeal cookie crumbs. 284 calories; 4.4g protein; 3g fiber; 7.7g fat
from a can of "fanci food premium gourmet artichoke hearts." i used fat-free mayo and reduced fat cheese, and i added fresh mushrooms, garlic, thyme, and a dash of old bay. make it your own! this is easy, elegant, versatile, and healthy!
my family loves pasta and we also love seafood so i came up with this for a meat-less dinner during lent. it kind of tastes like a high end seafood lasagne, but is a whole lot easier (and cheaper!). we love it and hope that you do too. i use the imitat
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