this delicious torte is easy to put together and looks very pretty with its' alternating layers of apricot and chocolate. this is one of my favorite cake recipes that i've made many times over.
marinated artichoke appetizer from morocco. the arabian delights by weiss-armush. english: artichoke, spanish : alcachofa, arabic: al-khurshuf. works beautifully as part of a mezzeh; or in the manner of spanish tapas. middle eastern red pepper powder is u
courtesy of globaltableadventures.com, as adapted from "home cooking around the world" by david ricketts and mark thomas. this bread is a great accompaniment to stews. it is excellent warm, but can dry out, so try to use up promptly or store well-wrapped.
i put this soup together last night as my daughter was craving broccoli cheese soup, but as a weight watcher's lifetime member i wanted to be able to enjoy it as well. this version makes a lot of soup, 20 cups, with a super low point value of only 1.5 po
these are a must-have side on our thanksgiving table. when choosing fresh brussels, choose small ones, they are more tender. you can toss in some pretty lemon slices to garnish. some toasted nuts might be nice too. my husbands family likes to sprink
i love canadian bacon and wanted to spring something new on my monthly dinner club participants. i read a similar recipe in a cookbook, but concocted my own version. it was a huge hit and a mainstay in my house.
this condiment is delicious on it's own, and wonderful to serve with any vietnamese dish. it's essential on a vietnamese sandwich (banh mi). the recipe is from the steamy kitchen cookbook by jaden hair.
i must have found three or four versions of this recipe before i decided that it originated in maida heatter's fabulous book of cookie recipes. these are very flat and fragile, and they are my mother's all-time favorite cookie. i only make 'em at christ
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