companion bread in st. louis makes the best baked eggs i've ever had. they have several versions in the cafes and have posted the potato version that inspired this recipe at http://www.companionstl.com/baked-eggs-potatoes/. my version came from an effort
this recipe is from canadian living's get grilling: summer 2007. it's a wonderful sauce and marinade that's also called chimichurri rojo. to marinate 1 lb of lamb chops, boneless pork chops, steak or chicken legs you'll need 1/3 cup of sauce. marinade the
from cooking light, yet another recipe i can't wait to try. a whole chicken stewed in a soy liquid, served over cellophane noodles and cucumbers. i think some cilantro or thai basil would be a nice compliment.
adapted from an old cookbook which suggested it as a good accompaniment to a dinner omelet. i just love asparagus, in fact i never met one i didn't like, except of course for the dreaded overcooked asparagus.
my mom has been making banana nut bread as far back as i can remember. she told me she worked with a woman that gave her the recipe. she followed the recipe to a "t" but it never came out the same. it was either too soggy, or too sticky. finally she t
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