good hearty soup for those cold and rainy days, and so easy to make, just pitch it all in the crock pot! i made the mistake of putting the noodles in and letting it go too long, and they totally dissolved. it still tasted fine, it was just thicker. make s
the chore of making french toast on a weekday morning is standing over the stove when you're short on time. by assembling breakfast the night before, then letting the french toast bake instead of fry, you've got more time to get organized for the new day.
this "kicked up" rice dish is a family favorite. if you have some saffron threads, add in a good pinch for even extra flavor. make certain to use only converted rice for this recipe. if you do not like it spicy then use only a pinch or omit completely.
this can be substituted with ground pork. this is one of my favorite filipino dishes. serve with rice and sweet and sour sauce as your dipping sauce. it's a long process for prep time but it is definitely worth it!
this dish is wonderful done on the grill. it was inspired by the wonderful ingrediants found across the world in zwt iii. serve with a crispy green salad (try easy (mostly traditional) caeser salad for something different; and a crusty baquette. **cooki
i was in the mood for a trifle, but have to watch sugars and fats, and i really wanted something "cool" tasting. this has a mild lemon flavor to complement the blueberries....they go so well together!
i got this recipe from a good friend of mine. i never make lasagna any other way now. there is no need to soak the noodles and deal with that soggy mess. just layer the ingredients (adding whatever else you like!) and stick it in the oven. pick a spaghett
this is not only colorful it's delicious! risotto is a comfort in my book! it's so creamy, so good, it's almost a crime not to try it. once you do, you'll never make regular rice again! there are so many combinations in the risotto arena. i've tried many,
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