this new york-style cheesecake recipe appears in the joy of cheesecake by bovbjerg and iggers (1980). the recipe calls for a shortbread crust, but you can use graham cracker crumbs or whatever you want. this one is very rich, hence the name. prep and c
this recipe yields 3 hearty loaves of bread here is what i love about this recipe. it's simple, uses few ingredients and you have great results every time. don't be afraid of making this bread! this is my own take on a recipe my sister-in-law shared
my mom's friend who is italian gave me a copy of her family cookbook that they had bound and published. it was a wedding shower gift that i treasure. as a newlywed i used this recipe a lot! i've been married 16 years and i make these with spaghetti, fo
from: "whole grains every day, every way" by lorna sass. "stir-fries are ideal for quick meals, especially when you have leftover cooked barley--or any other sturdy grain." "to make prep quicker still, purchase the chicken already sliced for stir-fry."
i just sort of came up with this recipe. we liked it so well i decided to post it. use a good rich beef stock like wolfgang puck or emerill's rather than college inn. if you don't have beef stock, use beef soup base rather than bouillon cubes.
chunks of leftover bread in a buttery, creamy, cinnamon-laced custard . yum! this recipe is so easy to throw together and is great for breakfast or dessert. recipe is from marcy goldman, excellent baking cookbook, "the new best of betterbaking.com"
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