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this is my husband's absolute favorite bread pudding. i'm torn between this one and the "old fashioned" version from southern living. both are fantastic. this comes from rosie's bakery book which i love despite there not being any pictures!
i developed this based on a french pot roast recipe. i wanted a way to cook chump chops - my least favourite cut of lamb. it is pretty garlicky so some may want to reduce the quantity by 1/3-1/2. serve with green beans and mashed potato... and the rest of
good comfort food for lacto-vegetarians or any tofu lovers. tofu is baked to firm and crisp it and then it is smothered in a slightly tangy mushroom-onion gravy. this makes a generous amount of gravy so that it can go over potatoes roasted while the tof
this is the recipe i grew up with. it came from the 1950's "picture cook book". my assembly is a bit different, though. i think it's easier. also, you could use your microwave to heat the milk and melt the butter. just be careful not to scramble your eggs
while i was shopping the other day, i came across a small bag of potatoes in the produce section, called baby confetti potatoes. inside was a mix of white, red and blue/purple baby potatoes. fascinated, i had to bring them home, even though i had no idea
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