this is a delicious italian first course soup, as good with mussels as it is with clams. the servings are large, so adjust accordingly if desired. time does not include preparing the clams. this is pretty much the soup i would get when i'd order it in new york family italian restaurants. you can add a bit of clam broth if you like, but steaming the claims in the broth as is gives it a nice flavor. and in this version, the tomatoes, not paste, would be used.
this was my first ever attempt at making risotto and we loved it! i called up my sister and she gave me the directions to her fabulous risotto over the phone - the instructions were that easy. it's not difficult but labour-intensive - you have to give thi
when i used to regularly do christmas craft shows, i always sold this packaged up in christmas tins; it was a big seller for me. my sil always hoped it wouldn't sell well, though, so she could eat what didn't sell! based on a bonnie stern recipe.
adapted from a recipe by nick kindelsperger at serious eats. if served in a super-hot cast iron or stone casserole, this is called "dol sot bibim bap," and will form a deliciously crunchy layer on the bottom of the dish...
yummy huge moist cookies that you eat for good luck. these are so named not because they will puff up like a 'belly' shape when baked, but because these are so good, if you don't eat them in moderation, you will! some folks have even been known to sho
i happen to have a bonafide apple tree in my soca yard, quite unusual for this area. i do nothing to care for it, but it rewards me with a plethora of apples (rather like golden delicious) this time each year. i borrowed my friend's antique cone shaped c
my grandma raised 6 kids, and has oodles of grandchildren and great-grandchildren. she loved to bake -- most of her recipes were from memory. before she passed away, i was able to watch her make this dough and wrote the measurements down. it is a favor
this sounds difficult to make, but really is not. i have served this recipe numerous times and am always asked for the recipe. also family favorite. asked for it by grandchildren. you can use other cheeses, but i like the provolone. i prefer to buy good q
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