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.
this has been a favorite since my children were todders many years ago. i think the original recipe came from an add for b.c. apples but i have modified it several times over the years. the original recipe called for white flour, brown sugar, and peeled a
this is an adopted recipe. here's what the original poster had to say about this recipe: "this is the way bavarians eat their potato salad. you can replace 1/3 of the potatoes with thinly sliced cucumbers and add them just before serving,or use field sala
this makes a large casserole but can be halved. i get this ready on christmas eve every year so that on christmas morning i can just throw it in the oven for brunch once we've finished having coffee and opening our presents.
a healthy and refreshing drink adapted from murdoch books' 'whizz it'. if you want a redder look, omit the kiwi fruit. i added that because i love the flavour of kiwi fruit. if omitting the kiwi fruit, also reduce the orange juice to 21/2 cups.
i make these all year around for my parties they are the best margarita, don't worry you won't even taste the beer, you can double or triple this recipe if desired, if the mixture tastes too sweet you can add in a little more water, use the limeade can t
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