gilding the lilly...from sunset magazine.
wow, italian comfort food with fontina, parmigiano and provolone cheese. even my meat & potato loving ds stops dead in his tracks for this! the original recipe from barrilla omitted any directions for the salt and pepper.
this is a simple recipe and most people have the needed ingredients on hand. it was in a cookbook mother gave me from the huntsville, alabama pilot club years ago. i have made my changes to it over the years. hope you enjoy it!
whenever we can get really fresh swordfish, this is how my hubby fixes it. nothing could be simpler, and the salsa really enhances the flavor of the fish. the prep time does not include the preparation of the grill.
the original recipe was for a strawberry magarita and it was in a circular that was delivered to my house for the cinco de mayo celebration. *note: cooking time is blending time. (corrections have been made to this recipe).
the puerto rican style jibarito (pronounced hee-bah-ree-to) sandwich was created at the borinquen restaurant in chicago by owner juan "peter" figueroa. here's my take on making his famous jibarito at home. the plantain "bread slices" for this sandwich a
this is a cross between an enchilada and huevos rancheros. scrambled eggs are combined with seasoned ground beef and wrapped inside a tortilla, which is partially covered with salsa and cheese and baked. i thought something like this would already be po
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