yes, this sounds bizarre, but it really is tasty and i have had some that was going around for months. it is a nice thing to start at work, school, church, etc. try it...it's like a chain cake instead of a chain letter :)
this was originally my mom's recipe and used to be a favorite when we were kids. i always requested it for my birthday dinner.
stefan and emily used to make this stuff when her herb garden was overly productive. the last batch i made was with a blend of thyme, summer savoury, basil, oregano and a bay leaf.
i couldn't resist! named in honor of one of my all time favorite
watched a documentary about the
after traveling throughout italy, savoring the fine tastes of bolognese from the many different regions, i decided to formulate my own. try it, you'll love it.
you just have to try it to believe it.
this is a new invention at our restaurant; it's already receiving rave reviews. :0) much thx to our chief eric. ps. you can cook the sauce before hand and add the squid ink to the sauce when you are cooking the pasta.
posted in response to a request. from my grandmother's recipe files. it's rich and delicious.
i really did make up this recipe on my own, with the help of an italian lady through emails. the mingling of the oil/spices is the key. we were really into once a month cooking for awhile and this sauce is/was a hit.
this recipe has been posted here for play in zwt9 - scandinavia. this recipe was found at website: mindspring.com - christian's danish recipes.
basic ingredients for swiss alpine macaroni include potatoes, macaroni, cheese and onions. of course, there are several variations of this popular recipe, but no matter how it is prepared, this rustic delight, you just love it. muscat is a sweet or fortif
according to the site where i found this recipe, this soup is traditionally served on thursdays and is usually followed by crepe-like pancakes and whipped cream and preserves for dessert. a teaspoon of grainy brown mustard on top of each serving helps to
spinach lightly sautéed in butter
ok, there are different version of burek (some eastern europeans even greeks) roll a fresh dough and then spend more time rolling, folding and waiting. but if you're like me and my mom, use phyllo! it's quick and you can always keep it in the freezer. i
ready, set, cook! special edition contest entry. this is a leftover meal. seems like everyone always is looking for ways to use leftover potatoes. this recipe is untraditional and unique. great to get the kids involved to help shape the gnocchi.
made for dining on a dollar contest.
if your british, you've been subjected to this tart and delicious english condiment. this is an exact match for the store bought version. don't pass this recipe up because it looks too simple. it's an exact copy of "laings" pickled onions.
this recipe, from karin calloway of the augusta chronicle, eliminates many of the steps in creating traditional lasagna. instead of the cheese mixture and noodles, you use cheese ravioli. you layer the ravioli with meat sauce and mozzarella cheese and b
the greek lady that made this recipe said that there are lots of sexy greeks in her country! this cocktail will help you get friendly with them! :) enjoy!
i took this recipe from a vegan tastes of greece for a recipe called skordalia which seemed like a dip. i wanted this flavour without dip, so i changed it a bit; hence skordy. i listened to penulum while making greek treats which was rather funky do t
based on a recipe from ray foley's the ultimate little martini book containing over 1000 martini recipes.
my son recently showed me a recipe for artisan bread that is incredibly tasty and easy to make. you can find the recipe at http://shoottocook.com/recipes/baking/artisan-bread-in-five-minutes/ . the name is artisan bread in “five minutes” and you really
a very "basic" beet borscht recipe. posted in reply to a message board request.
risotto is the ultimate comfort food, it's like being hugged by your dinner. you can make do with a spoon and don't even need to bother with proper grown-up cutlery. a bowl of this can (almost) make everything better again when your down.
i was given this recipe years ago by a friend. i am not sure what country the dish "barinzila" comes from, but hope you enjoy it!
having recently discovered an allergy to tomatoes sent my italian world into a tailspin. how would i ever survive?? here is a wonderful, nourishing, comfort-food soup that i put together that eased my sense of deprivation. the amounts are very flexible, p
a light but surprisingly rich onion soup. suitable for a simple lunch or dinner if served with a hearty bread (sourdough is best) and a salad and some milk, or use it as the soup course for a big dinner and impress everyone. my dad calls it "country style
i created this recipe one evening when i wanted something just a little bit special to serve my husband. it's so simple, yet tastes so very rich.
we were astonished to discover that we could make a dark chocolate sauce in minutes for pennies that matched what we'd received in a $4, 6-ounce gift jar.
a bunch of us were sitting around in the gatehouse of the residence inn - cedar rapids (ia). one of the ladies was joking about turning her husband into a diamond when he died. we were trying to think of something with a really high fat content that was
this is a variation of another "dressed-up" salad i make for special occasions. this one is for my occasional "irish girl's greek night" parties, the salad makes an outstanding presentation by being totally covered with colorful vegetable rings with a ci
this recipe is so named because the cinnamon sugar topping makes this pancake both look and taste a bit like an elephant ear from a carnival. be sure to check it after 15 minutes of cooking and then every five minutes after that. since some ovens run ho
tested recipes from the graubunden, by the chur chapter of the swiss women's institutes. submitted for zwt7. a lovely vegetarian dish.
this started out life as just leek and potato soup, one of a plethora of soups in my husband's box of cheffy tricks. when i saw him about to just chuck the chicken frames into the bin after having made the stock i protested and told him to chip off the m
this is my version of one of the best things my mom ever made--johnny marzetti! a little lasagna, a little spaghetti, a little personalization and voila! a yummy meatless dish for supper.
after years of making alfredo sauce, i think i have perfected what i call the "best alfredo sauce in america"! however, i was fresh out of fettuccine, so i had to substitute spaghetti noodles, but even still, the results were amazing!! i hope you'll try
certainly not the authentic paella, but my version is easy to fix and really worth the efforts! and don't leave out saffron, i found a very inexpensive ($ 5) small saffron container in the international ingredients section at marshalls. you need only a
this recipe has been in my family since it was first made in a small town north of palermo, sicily. i am exposing this family recipe because i know it will help some people be able to continue their love for pasta and still be able to stay on their diet.
this recipe came with my kitchen aid mixer, and makes two absolutely beautiful loaves of french bread. i misplaced my recipe book and recently found it again, so am adding this recipe to zaar for safe-keeping! make sure you use a very, very sharp knife to
i developed this recipe after seeing one that was similar, but did not have tomatoes, scallions and green pepper in it. my husband normally does not like feta cheese very much, but really liked the tang it gave this dish. the dish is as colorful and eye
5-ingredient fix contest entry. this spanish-style tortilla is a delicious potato & egg omelette. the beauty of this dish is in its simplicity. here, it's served as an appetizer with garlic aioli.
i found this recipe on a low carb site and modified it slightly to suit our tastes. we had it for dinner last night and it was awesome!! very yummy and the flavor of all those fresh veggies blended beautifully with the sauce! dh went back for seconds, so
i love this when i'm home alone for dinner and can't be bothered to make a proper dessert for one, or for when i need a quick sugar fix. this is really quick and easy and is so yummy. you could easily multiply the ingredient amounts up to serve any number
traditional? haven't a clue. delicious? yes. please serve this with my posted irish soda bread. pick up some lamb bones, too while you're at the butchers and make your own lamb broth for this stew. from our local natural foods' store flyer-i added and s
this panettone really is
what goes better with latkes than brisket? a brisket is a delicatessen style roast of beef that takes well to braising in liquid and slow cooking. if your regular supermarket doesn't sell brisket, ask your butcher to prepare one for you, or try a kosher m
great for a meaty, rich dish or just for a change of pace over your other sauce. very simple to make and impresses easily. inspired by a dish at panzano's in denver from their menu in the winter of 06/07.
this is a delicious version of beef rouladen. i have tried a couple recipes over the years and i was not always happy with the tenderness of the meat. in my quest to get tender slice of beef, i sought out a recipe using red wine > a meat tenderizer. i a
everybody i've ever made these for have loved them. i've made them with marshmellows before too... but that didn't really work out too well hehehe. in the picture the lighter biscottis don't have the cocoa powder in them and the darker ones do. (i like th
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