this recipe is posted by request and was originaly from chef sam choy's cookbook
a bakery in winnipeg is famous for this special cake and ship it to all parts of canada. a recipe request column in the winnipeg free press printed this copycat recipe submitted by a reader. enjoy !
watched a documentary about the
the name says it all...absolute must for all the mushroom lovers out there...smooth as silk gravy!!
you'll know why i call it truth serum after you've finished one of these ! be careful, they are strong. i avoid margarita mixes, because they seem to taste so artificial--there is no substitute for fresh lime juice. when limes are on sale, i buy lots and
just wait until you taste this, it is so easy to make and so good! the success of this cake will depend on the quality of ice cream that you use, so try to purchase the best, also try this using chocolate ice cream and mint oreo cookies :) you can double
a friend shared this with me last year. i have made a batch a month since then. it is an adaptation of a famous restaurants signature cheese. everyone likes it. it makes a great present. it will keep for extended periods when refrigerated but mine has nev
i worked in a group home with 7 elderly ladies who like meatloaf. on this day i didn't have eggs so i kinda just threw in some stuff and this is what we dubbed it. my little ladies just loved it. the joke always was don't let me get bored in the kitchen.
i can't seem to make enough of this sauce--and i triple the recipe every time. my family uses it on eggs, hash browns, taco's and burritos (of course). so, if you like this type of thing, this is the sauce for you!
i made up this recipe and whipped it up the night before thanksgiving, it was great! it's about as healthy as a pie can possibly be! only problem was that my crust was soggy, but the packaging gave a suggestion to that, which i have included to keep yours
i love figuring out what's in the packaged foods that i like. this should be easy enough for even the most novice cook.
from a jamba juice in chicago via the abc7 recipes.
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.
a rub that tastes very similar to outback steakhouse.
tropical mai tai from red robin gourmet burgers
whenever we had a potluck lunch at the office or a neighborhood bbq, i would make these the night before, tripling the recipe, then plug in the crock pot to heat them up for whichever event was going on. they always went quickly. i think they are very goo
these wings fall apart in your mouth, your guests or family will be fighting over them.
based on a recipe from ray foley's the ultimate little martini book containing over 1000 martini recipes.
this is quite similar to the creamed spinach at boston market, well so i'm told anyway! --- this is a great side dish, even people that hate spinach love this, it's great to serve along side a holiday turkey or a ham dinner, or at any meal --- i also like
plan ahead this sauce must be prepared and chilled 24 hours in advance, don't make the mistake of adding in more than 1 teaspoon of garlic as it will overpower the sauce!
update: this recipe was created by todd wilbur for his cookbook "top secret restaurant recipes 2" (penguin random house 2007). www.topsecretrecipes.com. this is a recipee that i found on memmo's kitchen's website. it tastes just like the restaurants.
be careful not to stir the crab too much into the other ingredients. best to fold the mixture gently with a spatula to combine everything. you want the big chunks of tasty crab to stay together as big chunks of tasty crab. freshly cooked blue crab is the
i love those chicken burrito bowls at the restaurant chipotle, and this version is just as good - to me and my family anyway! the recipe appears to be long, but it consists of mostly toppings. enjoy!
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.
these are so great as pancakes, but even better as sandwiches! (can be frozen for oamc, also.)
i just love pound cake!
i adore recipes with interesting names. i found this recipe on the vegweb website, and had to add it to my collection.
everyone loves these cookies from subway.. i played around at home til i got a cookie that has the same great taste and soft texture
this is the only barbecue sauce i use for "pulled pork" barbecue. from jeff smith's first cookbook, "the frugal gourmet", 1984 one recipe is enough for about 10 lbs. of meat. it keeps well in a jar in the fridge. if you don't have liquid smoke, try ad
a neat idea for gift giving or for those special occasions where you want to "dress up" plain old chocolate covered strawberries. very easy and relatively inexpensive, especially compared to the store-bought ones. **yield stated below depends on how
these are billed as a great alternative to a bloody mary especially for brunches. i saw them served on rr - and am looking forward to making them! sound refreshing if you like the ingredients and are looking for fun new cocktails to serve for new years!
from the book sex on the beach and other wild drinks.
you can adapt this basic recipe to use ingredients in your fridge and pantry. try single flavours or combinations to make anything from vegetable broth to hearty lentil, chicken or thick creamy soup. as this soup is quick-cooking, use tender cuts of meat.
disney world has a polynesian restarant called 'ohana that is one of our favorite places to eat there. my kids begged me to make 'ohana potatoes after we came home from our last trip. it took me a year to find the recipe but i finally did. we usually cu
this is the best corn bread out there and super easy! beware it is moist! you also can double the recipe to make a thicker batch of corn bread.
a delicious kfc (copycat) marinade! this makes the chicken taste like kfc's!
this is the closest i have managed to copying the tomato basil soup at la madeline. this is the best soup for cold winter nights, and i have yet to meet anyone who did not like it.
everyone knows you shouldn't eat yellow snow, but kids and grownups alike will get a kick out of making an exception in this case. this is an original recipe, developed with love to celebrate the snow on my son's january birthday! quick, easy and fun to m
simply swirl these blocks of chocolate into a mug of steaming hot milk for a special treat! another great recipe from king arthur flour.
this is my own version of panera bread's black bean soup. it tastes a lot like it, and i love it! use vegetable stock to make it vegetarian.
i think this chain is mostly out west but i went to the one in portland, me with my sister and am now a huge fan. this is very similar to the rice that they use in the burritos and salads. yummy!
i'm mostly posting this here so i don't lose it again but this is really, really good dressing. i think there's a bunch of costa vida resturants out west but i went to the one in portland, me and am now hooked!
this is it. the real deal. very time consuming, but worth it. delicious and decadent, this is a four-layer chocolate mousse cake.
mommy discovered this little trick last year: if you cut into a bell pepper, you may find a mickey mouse! but, sometimes the shapes look like other things: a flower, a camel, crater lake, etc. that's the surprise! finding the hidden mickey in a bell peppe
this is a basic semolina bread which is ideal for vegetarian/vegan diets. recipe is for a 2 lb loaf in a bread machine.
this came from cdkitchen and makes a nice gift!
a malty, sharp, chilly & hot breathtaking blast of flavor we used to enjoy poolside in phoenix. recipe from the cafe terra cotta in tucson. later the black mountain brewing company in cave creek began brewing their own chili beer with a whole serrano
from joe yonan's cookbook.
you should serve this with a sweet vanilla sauce like recipe #240314.
serve this with 1900 park fare bread pudding.
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