From Just Hungry, but modified to cut the spiciness a bit. I just started getting to know winter squashes, and kabocha has become my favorite. It's fairly small, nicely sweet, and the skin is so thin that you don't need to peel it. This is a really easy way of preparing it.
Upon arriving in Belgium you might think "AHH safety, finally I'm in an allied nation"..WRONG!!! Belgium is CRAWLING with red spies. You're walking down the street thinking...Hmm, maybe I'll grab some mussels and a beer then take in a nice marionette show. Then while you're in the theater BAM...Abe Lincoln style. Anyway...In the Autumn in Belgium after the apple harvest there are always a bunch of apples not fit for eating out of hand...but when you're holed up in a safehouse, you have to stretch everything to make ends meet. Maybe you didn't finish you beer last night, but you can't imagine drinking it...well here's a use for it.
I like this with very oniony pork chops. the savory from the caramelized on ions, the saltiness of the pork and the sweetness of the applesauce is absolutely perfect.
You can make 1 jar of this or a few or a dozen at a time according to what your needs or supplies are. Leaving the beets whole for cooking prevents them from bleeding out and losing their color. I have always used the brown malt vinegar for these since white malt vinegar is harder to find. The brown vinegar will darken the color of the beets a little. These are my favorite beet pickles, better than the sweet kind! I developed this recipe from experimenting with a combination of several old recipes I found in British cookbooks and adapted it to the by the jar method I discovered in Andrea Chesman's "Summer in a Jar" cookbook. Number of servings is my guess at how many might come from one jar and cook time is the approximate time for processing in a boiling water bath.
A greeting from the easter bunny. :) This is a wonderful moist casserole dish with lots of vitamins and flavour. This tasty twist on your ordinary carrot dish is easy and rather quick to prepare as well.
GOOD TO KNOW: When you're feeling bloated from too much stuffing, try this light meal with your leftover sweet potatoes. With as much protein as four slices of turkey breast, this creative recipe will leave you full without overeating.
My Mother found this recipe many many years ago in a local newspaper. The original clipping is long gone now, but it remains a family favorite year after year. You can add mashed potatoes, gravy, leftover veggies...it's all good!"
This recipe took FOREVER to reach. Way too many hours on the web, way too many hours in the kitchen, tweaking (while thinking maybe I ought to get a life?!) Anyway, here it is, medicine for the soul in the crisp, cold of Autumn. Please don't be deterred by the amount of spice as it really is imperative in producing what slowly becomes the most delicious, mellow, sticky blend of...sigh!
As a rule I tend to weigh ingredients when baking for accuracy, however should anyone be interested in this but unsure of the conversion from grams to cups, just say the word and I'll send them over :-)
this is another level of cornbread...its moist, tasty and very sophisticated with a taste that leaves u wanting more and more. u never make 1 and become satisfied with it. i am from the west indies so i decided 2 caribbean-ise the cornbread and i am sure that u will love it just as much as i did. happy eating! :)
Frozen potato pierogies go gourmet with a savory homemade sauce of golden sauteed onions, crunchy cabbage and tart Granny Smith apples. It has been triple tested at the Goodhousekeeping Research Institute 09/2008 issue. Seems like I always find good recipes at the Dr's. office, then I have to ask them to copy it for me - in between hello's and goodbye's. It sounds really good!!! Haven't tried it as yet - hope to soon.
I got this from the Canadian Living Vegetarian Collection cookbook, and have added it to my "gold!" list of amazing vegetarian foods! Incredibly satisfying and loaded with the good stuff, these burgers are a wonderful meal for everyone. Try it, I guarantee you won't be sorry!