this quick and easy fettuccine dish is served along side veal scallopine and topped with olives and tomatoes.
much quicker than you would think to prepare and absolutely delicious. if you like fajitas or steak tacos these are for you kerry simon is the chef of the hard rock cafe in las vegas, recipe from an interview in esquire. not nearly as complicated or time
based on a tyler's ultimate recipe, i streamlined some of this and it's a wonderful comfort food dinner. it can also be made in the crock pot, just use a bit less liquid, or be sure to boil down the sauce at the end. this is best made the day before bec
got this from a very old community cookbook. kids really love em!
just plain yummy. these are fit for company. served with a creamy mustard sauce. adapted from toh. the instructions are based on my cut of meat and may vary depending on how many slices of meat you get. the recipe said 16 slices but i only got 8. i
i really enjoy the sweet and sour flavor on a variety of foods (pineapple and green pepper just go together well esp. with vinegar and sugar). i have already submitted my sweet and sour pork chops, so here it is for the beef.
a genuine, and one of the most quoted swedish recipes for meatballs. with a few variations, it is found in almost every swedish cookbook. this variety of meatballs is always served hot, with cream sauce and mashed potatoes, in contrary to the small ones s
i know, i know...there are a ton of meatloaf recipes out there (and i have made quite a few of them). but, once again, this just turns out to be my family's favorite. it is extraordinarily simple, yet very satisfying. for the soft bread crumbs, i gener
this easy to make soup is very close to the vegetable beef barley soup they serve at denny's.
this is a hearty and filling casserole for those nights when a long time in the kitchen is just out of the question. very tasty and easy to make, my family requests it often. enjoy!
make this the day before you need it and re-heat right before serving time. thanks to susan branch ("autumn") for this wonderful recipe. on the day of serving, prepare your "serving bowl" by baking a hollowed out pumpkin (remove seeds & stringy gunk,
i finally got around to putting this recipe on recipezaar! this is our family's favourite recipe. it is very kid friendly (no heat) so feel free to add something to spice it up if you like it spicy. i am posting this mainly so that i can access this recip
tired of meatloaf you say? then wait until you taste this wonderful creation that a friend made for me a few years ago. i begged for the recipe. i admit, i have not ventured to make this myself because my family doesn't care for meatloaf, but i can certai
this is our americanized version of this famous peruvian dish. chicken can be substituted for beef, but i am partial to the beef. this is one of my all time favorite meals!
very quick to put together and my family liked it. adapted from desperation dinners by beverly mills and alicia ross.
i just saw brian make this for his cousin and band. yum! recipe courtesy brian boitano show: what would brian boitano make? episode: band aid
this dish combines the favorite flavors of hungarian scrambled eggs with bacon, onion and peppers (an eastern western omlette) with a wine-braised pot roast and the ubiquitous sour cream.
i couldn't resist! named in honor of one of my all time favorite
my best friend, polly shared this recipe with me several years ago. yum! always a big hit for potlucks, reunions or family dinners. my daughter begs me to fix meatballs all the time. cheap easy and delicious!
a friend gave me this recipe and it was an immediate hit with our family and friends. adapted from www.topsecretrecipes.com
this is an old, classic recipe for swedish meatballs. serve with sautéed vegetables and fresh bread.
this is a quick, flavorful and filling weeknight meal that you can alter any way you want to suit your needs and it will still come out tasty! i created this meal one night when my husband was out of town and i thought i had a pizza in the freezer to fee
beef and pork bbq.
this is very popular at our house and the amounts vary each time.
quick sauerbraten, very good!! try it with boiled potatoes and purple sauerkraut.
chicken livers in wine and herbs with tiny pasta. this is my favorite way to eat them.
the filling makes the meat loaf interesting, reminds me of a pastaless lasagna. it was yummy. came from bh&g "new" cookbook (1968). i used whole wheat triscuits.
on those cold, winter days, this chili is warming and filling. feel free to adjust the amount of chili powder to your personal taste.
blue cheese surprise and bbq sauce burgers? give these a try. use maytag blue cheese or go italian with gorgonzola, and serve these cheeseburgers with your favorite potato salad and coleslaw.
i saw this dish on a tv travel channel. it was served at an up scale diner on one of the hawian isles. i recall the name of the diner as being "mike's", but i don't remember the name of this dish!
this is my mom's specialty. i hated it as a little kid, but now i adore it and make it often. it was hard to nail my mom's recipe down to measurements, but we figured that this was the closest we could get without saying
a recipe from my mr. yoshida's fine sauces cookbook which i haven't tried yet.
from a food network "calling all cooks" segment several years ago as made by inglill mutti with my alterations. these are about as swedish as they get and my once a year must make recipe each christmas season. this joins my top ten favorite recipes! tw
easy and tasty with noodles or mashed potatoes. i received this recipe about 40 yrs. ago from my neighbor and we made 1500 meatballs for a bazaar and they went over very well.
my favorite teacher, mrs brown taught me how to make this in 8th grade home ec. that was over 40 yrs ago and i still make it the same way! great as a side dish or teamed up with corn bread & a salad for a full meal. a wonderful filling for stuffed green p
this has to be one of my very favorite meals. if you like italian you must try this feast.
back when i was "beachin'" this was probably one of my favorite recipes. very easy to make and such a nice change from a piece of meat and veggies. this is phase 1 appropriate, and tastes very good topped with shredded 2% cheddar, a dollop of plain yogurt
there are many versions of ossobuco . this is an easy and really delicious one. serve over rice or orzo. adapted from http://www.colavita.com/recipesarchive/recipe.cfm?id=1406. posted for zwt7.
a friend's dad came up with this. similar to sloppy joes, except you use cheese whiz instead of sloppy joe sauce. this can be varied in any number of ways by adding other ingredients to the mix (i.e. onions and mushrooms).
i found this on a korean website. serve with rice and side dishes or as an appetizer with drinks.
this is a classic what some might call bbq sandwiches. while true bbq afficianados will certainly deny it the term bbq, it's sweet tomatoey , beefy tang is always an easy crowd pleaser. besides being delicious on a bun, it's a wonderful topper for baked
hey! i found this in a cookbook that recognizes different kinds of food from around the world. my brother made this in the 7th grade for 'food and consumer science' (facs, or home ec) as the meal made on his own. everyone loved it, and i came across it th
tyler florence on the food network is one of my favorite chefs. i really like that show "how to boil water", but this recipe came from tyler's ultimate tailgating show on super bowl weekend courtesy of his dad. it looked absolutely divine and i love lov
i started making lasagna this way to save time (and dishes) during the busy work week. super easy, cheap to make, taste wonderful!!
i think this might be close to a philly cheese steak sandwich, however i have never had the real thing, and i am certainly not going to call this a philly cheese steak, i have made this many times for a super bowl get together using a tender cut of beef,
steak with mushroom and cream sauce , served with belgian "french fries" and garden cress .
i got this great recipe from the food channel.
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