a summertime favorite of ours and a good way to use up zucchini.
this recipe was written down by my mother in 1950. i have no idea why it was described as "hindu", but it is totally delicious and is my childhood comfort food. i will be posting more of her recipes as the summer passes.
this makes a great gift! adapted from all star holiday gifts on the food network by tyler florence, you'll love this! this is really rich, so you may want to cut back a little on the cocoa mix or just add 1/2 cup more water to the cup.
isn't this a great name? and it's a great recipe, simple uncomplicated ingredients. i found this on the rock and roll chef website; he deserves all the credit. he does have some winners there. half of this recipe was plenty for a lb. of shrimp. use t
i love lasagna because it is so saucy, rich and comforting and this recipe is no exception! there's no italian sausage in it making it "american". i found this recipe online. hope you'll give it a try!
absolutely delicious... and addictive. i've been known to eat all of mine, plus the portions set aside as leftovers. thank god for gyms! **note** sun-dried tomato oil is the oil that comes in the jar of sun-dried tomatoes. chicken broth can be substitute
i saw this recipe on ricardo & friends. looks so yummy and easy to do. i guess that you can try with other olives. i will try with hot pepper stuffed olives. note : taste the olives the day before making the recipe. if they are too salty, soak them in
this is my adaptation of a recipe from sarabeth levine, of sarabeth's. if you've never made a 'from-scratch' cream pie, it's not difficult at all, and so worth it for great flavour. make sure you make the almond crust - like a yummy cookie!
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