my mom used to make this delicious polynesian recipe when i was a kid. i just love the different toppings you can add to this basic coconut curry base. you can make it as spicy or as sweet as you want.
it is amazing how little this recipe has changed after 1800 years. the roman physician galinos (129 – 99 ac) describes this sweet in his book with many details. source:the classical cookbook, andrew dalby and sally grainger. excelent source regarding a
a romany gypsy recipe for a cheap and filling sausage and potatoes soup from paula stanford. paula stanford married into a large romany gypsy family 12 years ago. although they no longer follow the travelling life the family still spends most of the time
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.
muskellunge (also known as muskie or musky) are large freshwater fish of north america. they are the largest member of the pike family, and are primarily found in the great lakes region. cooking time is approximate based on the size of the fish. from th
while staying with us, our friend gerson, from namibia talked about having this at every meal. needless to say, while he was here in the united states he put on a pound or two. i really miss him! this recipe is an adaptation of an african staple food
i like to do the first and second step the night before, so i can put it together quickly the next morning for a hearty breakfast. the 30 minute baking time is the perfect amount of time for me to get a shower and dress for work, making this work for a w
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.
another healthy looking recipe i have collected and intend to try. i am eating a lot of beans and pulses these days and another way to use chickpeas is never a bad thing. i collected this recipe from the february 2008 copy of the bbc good food magazine.
this recipe comes courtesy of one the american girls cookbooks. specifically it comes from the kirsten one and so is swedish themed. several of these recipes from all of the books are all time favorites of mine so i will post them here. rice porridge, kn
fancy name for pork loin roast with potatoes and onions. this dish has been around forever and it's always a winner. if you can catch a pork loin on sale, then is the time to buy and freeze for special company dinners. this one is sure to wow them!
this is an easy, traditional, and delicious potato kugel (potato pudding) recipe from the jewish cookbook, "passover by design: picture perfect kosher by design recipes for the holiday", by susie fishbein.
i got this recipe from my husbands mens health magazine. i made a few tweaks, one of which was to use boneless skinless breasts rather than the boneless skinless thighs the recipe called for. by making these changes i was able to get the fat down from ove
a recipe i adapted from the traditional apricot chicken recipe my mother used to make. i was looking for a dish that had a thicker sauce with no bones that would allow for a less messy dish. with all the flavour of the original.
tasty wrap filled with hot veggies and beans, and cheese of course. great for lunch or dinner.
this is a matthew ford recipe from the guardian's weekend magazine. using barley makes a nice change from rice and it's good for you as well. if you want you can also add sautéed mushrooms or shredded meat. i often use butternut squash instead of pumpkin
in the winter, kentucky weather can get really cold without any notice. sometimes, it's rolling out of bed on one of those cold mornings is just not what you want to do. but the thought of whipping up a batch of this oatmeal for yourself (or making enou
this recipe was featured in an email today from the www.sparkrecipes.com website. i altered the directions slightly so that it made more sense.
i found this recipe online, the blue heaven is a fantastic key west restaurant that i used to frequent, eat outside with roosters running around you, a great tire swing in the yard...it's a kind of eclectic (young hippy-like) restaurant with award winning
i love this dish because i am a huge fan of seafood especially smoked cod. i am on a lifestyle program of low carbs so i came up with this meal from a list of things i can eat. i hope you like it. tip: if you are on a lifestyle program then i believe pre
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!
i found this recipe years ago and it's still one of dh's favorite dishes and it's very easy to make.
healthy, tasty, and easy. i'm not even a big tuna fan but when a friend made this for me i had to get the recipe. the white albacore tuna makes all the difference so it doesn't taste "fishy" at all.
an easy and very tasty oven baked swedish pancake with bacon - perfect for a busy weekend brunch or breakfast. try to use high quality smoked bacon for a better flavour and taste.
hea;thy and very tasty! for maximum flavour, place the chicken and marinade in the refrigerator and leave overnight. time does not include marinating. serve with fresh vegetables or a green salad.
expect a finger lickin' good time with this tangy-sweet family favourite. sticky honey, tomato and mustard chicken is quick to make and suitable for those on a budget. kids will be happily licking their chops after this tasty treat. serve with potato wedg
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
an easy way to fit fish into our diets - from the pillsbury bake-off.
this comes from the coastal regions of papua new guinea. if done properly, you should have little rectangular-shaped sago dumplings. if you don't have banana leaves, you can use aluminum foil.
the history of this dish is a little fuzzy for me. my grandfather & grandmother came from romania and i always cooked this for my grandfather. my father also enjoyed eating this, and i remember that they told me that they use to eat this in the "old count
this is a recipe out of my grandmother's recipe box from a newspaper clipping dated in the 1960's. i added the use of mrs dash since i really don't like lemon pepper, which was available in the 60's in a handmade version. a true kelaguen would be more lik
this recipe came from restaurant once in business in california's inland empire. they would share the recipe along as posted it in a cookbook that helped raise money for battered women. the recipe is tasty and has been used in our family for many years.
this took years to make mac & cheese like "nan" used to make. i finally got it right by accident (being low on the cheese & decreasing the amount). how funny it is when i got it right by being low in stock on the main ingredient. i hope you enjoy this
i love to cook stews & this is a favourite. it has a lovely rich & tangy flavour. from 'country treasures' cookbook.
my favorite low-fat recipe creators, janet & greta podelski, dreamed up this thai fettucine dish while sitting under an old oak tree in orlando.
this is my favorite cauliflower dish. at a training seminar, teachers could "teach" anything to demonstrate their teaching techniques. one teacher taught us how to cook this recipe, and i love it!
spicy italian kabobs are great finger foods for game time.
these are some of the best pancakes i have ever had. i got the recipe out of a local newspaper and am sure glad i did. you will love them too. great for a brunch or mother's day! cook time is an estimate!
this is one of our family traditions that has been passed down from generation to generation. my cousin tammy and her mom have made the best for years so no one has really attempted it - until the family gatherings slowed down and i found the recipe. gu
we used to have this a lot when i was a kid. not only is it yummy and filling - it is cheap!
this is time consuming meal to prepare it, but at the end it is worth it. you can eat it as a full lunch or even dinner. we usually serve this with tartar sauce and lettuce. i am not going to submit crepes recipe – just make normal european crepes medium
this is a recipe from a local chinese restaurant where i live. truly delish!!
wonderful with cornbread.
when i was younger, there was a type of pasta called juniorettes. using that type of pasta, my mom always made a favorite summer/weekend lunch- which we called juniorettes. however, all of a sudden, the creamette company decided to quit making that type o
a decadant classic irish recipe which is thought to be at least two centuries old; fresh lobster baked with cream and irish whiskey - delectable! though no one's absolutely sure where dublin lawyer got its name, locals still insist that it's probably beca
this fusion dish brings together the spiciness of a crab curry with the coolness of fried ricotta cubes, delicately laced with fresh coriander. it is a one pot curry whose taste belies the easy preparation and cooking.
this recipe is a sort of "stone soup." i dug around in the fridge and added whatever i could find. i was pretty impressed with the end result. it's very versatile as you can add pretty much any veggie to it.
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