this is something my grandma made at christmas. i don't know where she originally got the recipe but the recipe card for it has her handwriting on it. i call them german carrots because grandma's grandparents came over from germany. my family mostly eats
my mom taught me how to make from scratch chicken noodle soup and i added to it until it was my own. when i was in college, i would make it for my friends and roommates when they were sick or even just feeling blue. that's how it earned the nickname magic
this is still another recipe from the just vegetables website. one of the best i have ever tasted. never missed the pineapple!
these little gems look like a bite of chocolate heaven - even to me!! i know they will satisfy my little guy - who is on an anti-veggie kick at the moment. makes me think of the decadent chocolate frosted cake from school daze that had beets in it - eve
sounds hard to believe, but it is possible to put a whole frozen chicken in the crock pot and have dinner in about 7-8 hours. when i buy the chicken, i unwrap it and take the gizzards out and also remove the paper placed under the bird. i also try to purc
yeah!! -- my first post -- :o) this recipe was originally from williams sonoma... it now has my finishing touches... we can't get enough of this!! good for leftover veggies and meat. p.s. since the little one doesn't like some veggies, i mince them so
high-fiber muffins that are full of flavor. full of apples, carrots and nuts, these muffins are so good and great for you. i adapted this recipe from one that came on a box of hodgon mill mulit-grain hot cereal (found in the gourmet or health food area o
easy chicken with carrots and potatoes. anyone can do this recipe and it is healthy.
from "simply delicious"- a cookbook compiled of herberger's employee family recipes. submitted by anita sheehan of alexandria, minnesota.
from rachel ray magazine.
from jane at just a pinch recipe club: again, going back to my vintage recipes that have been in my family for years, i spotted an old recipe from the 40's for carrot cake. it was titled the best carrot cake. well, i figured it was now the 90's at the tim
from ww all time favorites. per serving (1 roll and 1/2 tbsp sauce): 78 cal, 1g fat, 15g carb, 2g fiber, 3g protein
on our 2nd wedding anniversary 2 yrs ago, dh took me to a restaurant 1 hr outside of reykjavik that specialized in lobster & a lovely view of the sunset over the atlantic ocean. we ate just 2 things - their lobster bisque & a pan filled w/sml lobster tail
carrot cake may be indulgent, but it’s okay to indulge yourself once in a while. this recipe actually came from a website (i’ve forgotten which). i reduced the amount of oil in the recipe.
carrots coated with a yummy butter, brown sugar and ginger sauce. i grew up eating these in texas. easy, quick and yummy!-- great way to get kids to enjoy this veggie! if you like a lot of sauce double the sauce ingredients. i posted this less 'saucy' to
a perfect summer meal. what i love about this recipe is the practicality; it is both quick to make and can wait for you; there's no hurry to serve. it's also a satisfying vegetarian meal that even carnivores love, or if a member of your household prefer
this is a chunked full vegetable soup with lots of vitamins. made for my special kids who had usually never tasted a fresh vegetable before. there are no onions, garlic or peppers in any of the soups.
yesterday we were having a roast and made this as a side dish, normally for just plain cauliflower cheese you would use more cauliflower instead of broccoli, but this was very tasty and incredibly high in anti-cancer foods
this recipe came about because of a foodtv
is it a carrot cake with a rich caramel flavour or a caramel cake with a carrot undertone? either way, this layer cake has a caramel frosting topped with a butterscotch/chocolate glaze.
brown gravy, tender meat, and even veggies all in one dish! 4/2 means "for 2 people"
a wonderful side dish with an asian flair! found this recipe on the internet.
this is a hand me down recipe, from where i don't know, but it is among many in my family recipe box. i like this as do my sons, but dh is not used to casseroles so he won't try it. oh well all the more for us.
i threw this together tonight for a quick, healthy side dish that my 2 year old might actually eat. she loved it! and so did the rest of us :)
this is always how we've made beef stew--my family wasn't partial to the beef stock gravy. i'm not a ketchup fan, but in this recipe, it has its place. i always add a little extra to my bowl. we're not big meat eaters, so if you want to add more beef cube
the fresh ginger root and cinnamon add both interest and warmth to this salad and please do not forget to lightly toast the walnuts as the toasting release oils that bring even more flavor. i use a food processer to do the grating which makes this come to
another romanian recipe from my romanian friend carmen. i love the tangy flavor of this romanian potato salad. the pickled red bell pepper can be difficult to find. if you can't find it, carmen suggests to just double amount of pickles as a replacement
i finally found a way to cook roast that won't send my daughter into a hissy fit about eating it.
without even having tasted this salad, here is a guess about how to make it from its description.(after carole in orlando's commentary, the cinnamon amount has been changed)
i named this a winter's walk beef stew, as it is just the kind of hearty and welcoming meal to come back to after a cold and energetic winter's walk! the dumplings are baked for the last 20 minutes on top of the stew and are deliciously crisp and golden,
this cold chaser has been adapted from a bon appetit recipe. this amount of chicken needs an 8-quart or larger pressure cooker (stove top or electric). check how much chicken your pressure cooker manual says your pot can handle for chicken broth/stock bef
a recipe based on the japanese tv series bakuryuu sentai abaranger.
this is the absolute best carrot cake i have ever tasted. it comes from abbott northwestern hospital, station 63-- it's not hospital food, but a recipe from one of the nurses there. it is fantastic! make it a day ahead and put it in the fridge after it is
a cool, crunchy salad to be served with a west african stew. from the moosewood collective.
this recipe isnt the healthiest, but better than plain ol' pancakes... works for me.
this is just what its name implies...the absolute best beef stew ever. it is wonderful in the colder weather and really warms you up. i got the basic recipe from an old amish cookbook and tweeked it a bit. my family loves it with home baked bread, so i al
this is a lovely glazed carrot/parsnip dish. it's a two step from stovetop to oven process. you can sub turnips for the parsnips. this is for the british/irish section of the tour.
aduki beans are wonderful, meaty tasting little japanese red beans... this recipe is suitable for a vegan meal and is posted by a request. canned beans can be used in place of the dried to save time. prep time includes soaking beans overnight, but cook ti
very good and a nice change. i am not a big fan of cauliflower so i use a bag of fresh stir fry vegetables instead. the presentation is very colorful. i adapted this recipe from a weight watchers cookbok. 1 point per 1 cup serving.
i found this on the web after searching for african recipes that included broccoli for the zaar world tour 2005. it was on the mom-mom website.
this is a different kind of stew as the cinnamon is the promident smell as it is cooking, but blends in with the other spices and flavors creating a nicely flavored vegetable stew.
toasting the spices in a skillet brings out their sweet flavors and hot flavors.
this is a lite and healthy side. in africa raw vegetables are popular in salads this recipe does call to lightly steam or you can quick blanch them for 4 minutes. toasting the spices in a skillet brings out their sweet and hot flavors. i made this using
artichokes with vegetables in a lemon-dill sauce aginares latheres pronounsed ahg-kee-nah-rehs lah-theh-res. artichokes are very popular in greece. this recipe combines them with dill and lemon. if you can't get fresh artichokes you can substitute froze
ethiopia recipe for tour 2005
'zrodiya mcharmla' also known as 'carottes au vinaigre' is a very famous carrot dish in algeria. this is actually delicious & isn't hard to make...beautiful with roast chicken! for a change to the carrots, you can also use courgette / zucchini or potat
this is my family recipe for adess. i often cook it in the pressure cooker as it saves a lot of time! this recipe freezes well & is simple to make.
this carrot dish is from the orange county register, attributed to jack elvis. it would pair well with chicken or a fish dish. i haven't tried this yet, but i imagine that the combination of flavors will be excellent.
this sounded just wierd enough to try it. obviously a carrot is the same shape and close enough in color to make a decent hot dog substitute. but the real question is about the taste. the marinade really takes it to the next level. i think the sesame oil
Follow the food story Find cooking methods, recipes, tastings and everything about food here.