this is a super easy, great tasting, make ahead side dish that looks like you spent a lot more time preparing than you actually do. plus, most everything is done in advance. the times do not reflect the standing time of the potatoes.
wonderful comfort food from rozanne gold, a favorite cookbook author. this is a creamless creamed soup and it's delicious. it's made thick with potatoes and rich with butter. the color of this soup is stunning.
this recipe was adapted by my mother and myself from meat chili. we fed it to my dad and only told him afterwards it wasn't meat - he couldn't tell the difference! this is a fast and filling meal and is even better, cold or warm, the next day! i serve lef
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it's a fun finger food for infants and toddlers that packs a little calcium and vitamin punch. try vegetarian cream cheese and soy yogurt for the lactose intolerant child or children not yet introduced to milk products. cook time is approximate chill time
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the story behind this comes from a simple recipe i had found, then made changes to make our own. my husband loved it so much the first time i made it i literally had to say to him
you just have to try it to believe it.
if you don't like it too hot, leave out the chili peppers and sambal, it will still be a spicy indonesian inspired dish.
i made this up when i had an avocado that was getting too ripe and some leftover cilantro. it's good with chips or cut-up veggies, as a topping for mexican food or baked potatoes, etc. totally vegan and even my husband liked it.
this version of the famous indian chaat (pronounce with the emphasis on the
for lovers of pecans and chocolate...
i am addicted to this! and it's so easy to make and good for taking to bbq's, potlucks etc. found the recipe in my local grocery store's weekly advertisement.
first, thank you to *parsley* - chef # 199848 - for inspiring me with her "thick and chunky crock pot game day chili," recipe #251837. i had tried about 20 different recipes for chili, and *parsley*'s was the best. but i've been tweaking it for a year a
i made this recipe myself when i was 13. i was on here trying to find a recipe for potato soup because i liked my mom's so much. when i was looking, i couldn't find a simple recipe for it that looked good, so i decided to make my own. now, my soup taste
a hearty and comforting soup from the minnesota scandinavian chapter of the united states regional cookbook, culinary arts institute of chicago, 1947. overnight soaking not included in preparation time.
saw this on the rachael ray show while resting the other day and had to write it down. this looks so good and so easy peasy. how hard is opening a can of biscuits or frying up some bacon? can you smell the maple syrup too? yum-o!
i saw this recipe showdown cake recipe and had to try it. dh was like "wow! you have got to try it!" i told him that i had already had enough of it. i had to give this away so i wouldn't eat more. lol! this recipe makes a good size cake so you don't n
my icelandic hubby loves deviled eggs ... especially this version. leftovers are required as he likes the bacon/egg flavors with his breakfast cereal & coffee. i went through a lot of devilled egg recipes posted here to be sure it wasn't a duplicate & got
this cool and creamy dip is a refreshing treat for a hot summer day. serve it with cut up fresh or grilled fruit. from kraft kitchens.
this is a great alternative to the traditional taco salad. it truly is a whole meal salad; just add hot, crusty rolls and maybe some white wine and a light desssert for a great luncheon or supper. it goes together quickly, just be sure to have the ingre
unforgettable, in every way. if you don't want to use maple syrup, use honey. you can substitute 1 lg pkg of coleslaw mix for the slaw mixings below. from crazy plates.
this recipe was passed on to me from my mother. i'm not sure of its origin. i love this recipe because it is very fast to make and when taken to family functions, party's, etc. i never come home with leftovers. everyone loves it!
there's a pub we go to that makes their own french fries, and instead of throwing out the skins, they fry them up and bake them with toppings in a pizza pan. they bring them sizzling to your table in the pizza pan with sour cream for dipping. dare i say t
easy to make and very adaptable. great on canapes, breads, beef or chicken.
this is a souped up version of another zaar recipe, that i played around with until i thought it couldn't get any better. when i bring this to social gatherings, people are so estatic in their compliments, that i have to say "aw, shucks, it's easy." hen
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!
my family loves hot wings! after several attempts of trying to re-create the restaurant hot wings, i finally came up with this recipe which my whole family seems to approve. my husband thinks they could be hotter, but then again, he adds red pepper flakes
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 took this spread to a recent party, and it got rave reviews. everyone loved it, and it's pretty simple to make. i recommend making it a few hours before serving so the flavors get to blend. i served with additional cocktail sauce on the side because as
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
yes, this cake is made with beets! and you won't believe how great it is. i got the recipe from a friend who said it is the most requested cake in her family. even the kids want it for their birthday cake. i baked it for one of our family gatherings and n
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
c'mon, admit it! at some time in your life, you have eaten "hamburger helper." i know that it was a staple in our house when i was a kid. the little talking glove is comforting in a twisted kind of way. :o) anyway, this recipe looks like hamburger helper,
a recipe from tablespoon.com that makes a healthier version of hot chocolate. 50% fewer calories, 77% less fat and 20% more calcium than the original recipe.
found this on the hershey's site. hershey's and i go way back.
originally found on the hersheyskitchens.com site. this is fantastically wonderful!!! it is too much - it is so awesome! can't find anymore expletives to describe this dessert. hope you enjoy this as much as we have over the years. i did not include 3 hou
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.
i like this recipe for tortillas because the olive oil is much lighter (reason for the name) than the usual fats used to make them. i got the this recipe from a woman at a shower (or something very close to it...lol).
pretty little pastry shells made from a pillsbury refrigerated crescent dough sheet combine with a basil-cheese filling in these beautiful baked appetizers. recipe is one of the 100 finalists in the 2010 pillsbury bake-off contest, submitted by joann bela
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
so easy to make, only 4 ingredients... it's the super-ultimate party dish! just a few minutes in the microwave with will make everything gooey and hot...so easy to make. this is so simple to put together and so good, and takes less than 10 minutes to thro
i adore recipes with interesting names. i found this recipe on the vegweb website, and had to add it to my collection.
a true indigo! original, this is a creamy dip we started enjoying in our sheltered dorm days, when the going was tough and the cooking implements even tougher. now that i'm finally out in the real world with a real kitchen (yipppeeeee!) i like making it
tacones are a taco-cone or a tortilla handroll. i am newly addicted to this meal! the recipe comes from a victoria restaurant. it is wonderful! http://www.redfish-bluefish.com/
my dh lovingly refers to these as "those" chocolate cookies, and without saying, i know which ones he is talking about. i call them chocolate pills. they cure just about anything that ails me. recipe by ann hodgman.
great for parties and superbowl get-togethers. serve with crackers, bagel chips, or vegetable sticks. prep time includes time to chill cheese ball.
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