this is a bread pudding baked in a bundt pan, filled with plums and studded with raisins, served with a soft or hard sauce. it's known at our house as the plum pudding of infamy...we doubted my mom for days when she said she was going to make it for christmas dinner...oh, how wrong we were to mock her! we were darn lucky she didn't withhold this from us. it's delicious warm, room temperature, and even cold the next day! prep and cook time does not include resting time. adapted from plum pudding murder, a novel by joanne fluke.
this recipe is not found on the food network where anne demonstrates her cooking skills, but in her new cookbook "cook like a rock star." i really like anne's show(s). she is funny but she really gets her points across. this recipe sounds great to me,
a friend of ours made these for us and my husband went wild. i have since made these for family gatherings and everyone always requests the recipe. my grandmother even requested the recipe to make for her church group, which was a big compliment for me. i
this easy to prepare dish turned up, of all places, at my grandfather's wake 30 years ago. after a good deal of pressuring the cook, the recipe was obtained and has been a family favorite ever since. no major family function goes by without this being o
i love winter squash in any form. i tend to make it savory; not sweet. i was tired of the same o, same o, so came up w/ this. you could sub any hard squash you like i.e. butternut etc. use any beer you want. i used cactus lime mich ultra
from ruth van waerebeek's "everybody eats well in belgium cookbook." there are other good frites recipes on recipezaar; i'm including ruth's for the sake of personal closure -- i can't not include her frites in my collection of her traditional belgian re
on abc this morning( feb. 29th) the winner of the mac and cheese challenge emeril had going prepared this dish! everyone raved and i thought that for those of you that are lovers of this dish. (who isn't? :-)) would like the recipe
i found this twenty years ago. can't remember what cookbook, but i haven't come across this recipe in any other cookbook since then. so here it is. i like this as an alternative to the traditional southern pecan pie.
easy appetizer recipe i found through triscuit crackers! (3/30/07 update: i ended up doubling the tomato/mozz/dressing mixture-so i used 2 plum tomatoes,1/2 cup cheese,2 tbps.dressing.) it ended up tasting great
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