my daughter got this recipe from a fellow army work friend. we have adapted this recipe to what ever is in the fridge at the time. it is a delicious flavour and the flavour changes all the time depending of what you feel like using at the time. although t
this is an exceptional recipe from our daughter in california. i made it and now have been asked to make it for a large party (45) in april--which i'm delighted to do. the flavor is ootw but with simple ingredients!! let me know what you think and i'll
this dressing is to die for! serve on fresh baby spinach or add mushrooms and/or thinly sliced red onion rings. this makes 2 cups of dressing but is easily halved. adapted from the new basics cookbook.
this was given to me by an egyptian friend who said it's a family recipe. i like the fact it's doesn't contain dairy and nuts so it was perfect for menu #24612 because we had a few guest who are lactose intolerant and have an allergic to nuts. you can ch
to save time this may be prepared earlier in the day to be baked later, careful not to overcook the cauliflower and the pasta as it will become too soft when cooked in the oven --- this is also great using broccoli
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