i think this is based on a cooking light recipe, but i can't remember! a very easy side dish for a dinner party or brunch! note: dh and i both really like this dish, so the serving size is big! update 12/31/2011: i finally found the original recipe
this is a treat for my son, we usually make it on the weekends. for a special extra you can sprinkle with 2 tbsp. pecan or walnut pieces, or a mix of berries gives this quick breakfast a gorgeous appearance. if available, substitute fresh berries for the
from 'simple italian cooking', by mario batali. posted to accompany following recipes: rolled flank steak with green olives and oregano, recipe #57351; and timpano di maccheronni, (the mythic pasta dome), recipe #85372.
aussies love a bbq - and i am no exeption. i love vegetables and this is my favourite bbq dish. i make this in summer when the produce for this recipe is in season. i can't count how many time i have handed out this recipe, i hope you enjoy this.
this is one of the recipes i've adpoted and made, using a tomato garlic mixture. we loved the added flavor of the roasted red peppers. to save time, you might want to use the roasted red peppers that you buy in a jar, which i think would work very well
because food prices are going through the roof i decided to post. use day old or older bread. use the crusts also. this is a german recipe from my relatives.you don't have to use cream, evaporated milk, half and half will do. i use "i can't believe it is
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