this is my own concoction. i got my mom's regular potato soup recipe and completely changed it to make this wonderful dish. right now it's the middle of july and about 100 degrees out, and my husband requested this for lunch - i guess it's a soup for all
this recipe comes from my great aunt edna, which i got from my aunt shirley. i always remember it from family reunions but only recently discovered how to make it. after making a couple batches and having them come out just as i remember as a kid, i dec
this is a really good basic lasagna recipe. it's based on one i found somewhere, but i've tweaked it quite a bit to suit my own tastes. i like it as written with italian sausage, but you can substitute ground beef if you must.
very colorful, easy to prepare and perfect for casual entertaining. you can prepare this the day before, simply bake before serving. you can serve with pita crisps, pita bread, bagel chips, crackers...
i was given a pamphlet on recipes that use beans and the original recipe for these brownies was included. i switched the sugar to splenda, the eggs to egg substitute (or the same amount of liquid egg whites) and the vegetable oil to canola oil. they're ju
eggplant and cheese pies. turkish, traditionally made in the jewish community in and around istanbul. slightly adapted from "the book of jewish food" by claudia roden. the dough is initially cut into 2 pieces to make it more manageable than rolling out
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