This is originally from the food section of the Houston Chronicle. I tripled the recipe and took these to a Super Bowl party and had none to bring home!!Everyone raved about these and wanted the recipe, so I thought I'd share it on 'Zaar.
This recipe is originally from the food section of the Houston Chronicle. Jimmy Johnson was a Dallas Cowboys's coach. We like these because they're baked, not fried. and the fact that they're so easy and quick to make! Serve them with tartar or remoulade sauce or a squeeze of fresh lemon juice.
A wonderfully tangy peach cobbler that I found in a supplement to the Sunday newspaper years ago. I don't think I've ever served it to anyone who hasn't liked it. The filling is also great for a pie. For a really decadent dessert, serve this with a scoop of Blue Bell Homemade Vanilla Ice Cream! YUM!! The preparation time is approximate since I've never timed it. The cook time includes chill time for the dough.
One of St. Louis's favorite soup recipes was recently printed in the Post-Dispatch. I remember going to St. Louis when I was young and my family going into the department store's restaurant for this famous soup. Enjoy! Famous-Barr's French Onion Soup
A grilling recipe that can easily adapted for the stovetop or Foreman grill (still need to use a saucepan, though). This recipe was posted in the local newspaper. Cooking time is actually the minimum marinating time.
I found this delicious recipe in the 'Dinner Tonight!' column in the Chicago Tribune. You can marinate this for as little as 30 minutes but 2-3 hours is best. I've included the 30 minute marinading time in the prep time. If you don't have a food processor just chop the vegetables as small as possible and place in a blender with the olive oil and puree.