i originally found this on the about.com website, but i've seen it on many sites that feature traditional swiss recipes. traditionally, the recipe calls for veal veal kidney, but pork loin and chicken can be used in place of veal. it's usually served with swiss rosti (hash brown potatoes) and paired with a swiss white wine or pinot grigio.
found on www.amishdining.com. a recipe seldom gets any easier than this one. kids could make this with just a bit of supervision. my mother used to make something like this that had these same ingredients. this is much like her's, and since she was not a
this was prepared on andreas viestad's cooking show, "new scandinavian cooking", and it's a bit different than you may expect of the cuisine... it's definitely more garlicky than i would have thought. and despite all the vodka, it's not boozy at all. in f
this is an old standby for pot lucks and picnics. it is so simple and most ingredients come from the pantry. this salad is best served at room temperature and made a day ahead for the flavors to blend. delicious!!!
if served with rice and refried beans you will be rolling away from the table. i make these for tailgate parties at my house-keeps them full and happy!!!!!! please note prep time does not include cooking the meat, which can be done a day in advance.
this is one of the best simple dishes you can serve. it can be for a elegant dinner party or you can serve it family style. i like to serve this dinner with some hearty homemade bread and your favorite green salad. but whatever you serve this with, it is
a quick to prepare rice dish, adapted from a recipe on one the cards in international culinary celebrity kurma dasa's 52 card set 'quick vegetarian recipes you can prepare in a hurry'. it is important to use pans with tight-fitting lids for this recipe.
when you want a salad for the summer that is just a little bit different. but will still complement chicken, hamburgers, hot dogs, sandwiches and all those other summer main dishes try this. i found this on allrecipes.com, 2 years ago and passed it along
this is my own creation. i made it for a regular coffee mug but for a "grande" simply double everything and use a tall latte mug. if you want to go all out for guests or your sweetie leave room at the top of the mug for a wallop (forget the dollop!) of wh
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