i adopted this goulash from my boyfriend's father. i haven't seen anybody else cook it this way. i don't measure any of the ingredients when i cook it, so unfortunately the measurements here are not exact. just keep adding more of the ingredients until yo
i found this in a book (i will update as soon as i figure out which one). i made a few changes and now it is my own. this makes a wonderful sauce and the lamb is perfect. i hope you enjoy it too. serve it as a meat dish as part of a larger meal or with pa
this was the recipe i created the very first time i cooked fish. very simple but delicious. so far this recipe has converted three non-fish eaters to eat fish! use any flaky white fish or even chicken and serve with couscous and fresh veggies.
this is another recipe that i found in an old cookbook belonging to my mom. i can't wait to try this one! i was totally clueless and had never heard of tartaric acid, so i went to the experts here on the forum. the general consensus is that tartaric acid
spicy chowder that's different from all the rest - why? it's the chipotle peppers and roasted corn. if you're not crazy about spices, you can start off with just a hint of the chipotle and jalapeño and add more later, if you like. this is one of our favor
this is one of the most popular roman pasta dishes, very tasty and quick and simple to prepare. like so many of traditional italian dishes every household and every mammas and nonnas have their own recipes none of which are identical, this is the one we
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