This is my favorite pizza ever. The roasted goodness of the squash goes perfectly with the tang of the tomato sauce. It looks like a long ingredient list, but it's mostly spices. This recipes makes enough toppings for two big pizzas, 6 pita pizzas, or 6-8 burritos. Everything can be made ahead and then assembled and popped into the oven. Adjust the level of "hot" you like by increasing or decreasing the red pepper. If you only want to make one pizza, halve the ingredients (except for the squash and sage, you gotta roast the whole thing -- and you'll love the roasted squash as is as a side dish.) I found this recipe in the September 2008 issue of Delicious Living magazine.
I found this recipe on the Reader's Digest web site and I'm posting it for ZWT 7.
This immune-boosting antioxidant cocktail supplies all your vitamin A for the day and more than half your requirement for vitamin C.
If you don’t have a blender or food processor, you can still whip up this beverage with a wire whisk in a deep bowl.
Carnitas is a very famous Mexican dish. It does involve a lot of cooking time, so I make it when I have time. Serve with fresh homemade corn tortillas, guacamole, cheese and pico de gallo with cilantro.....yum.
This recipe was shared with me by a DF when she brought it to one of our Lady Elks Pot Luck Dinners when I lived in Nevada City, CA. All though there is another recipe for a bread pudding with Jack Daniel's sauce it is NOT the same, and this is the recipe my family requests on many of our get togethers.
This makes 2 large pans of pudding, and can be halved, or freeze one for later.
Quick, simple, and easy to prepare. This is a great dish to bring to a potluck or cookout. It vanishes every time! I recommend tossing the dressing and ingredients with the lettuce and spinach right before serving.
These sound a little healthier than those covered in marshmallows, but still have a sweet taste...11/02/13-I diced these and made as directed; they cooked a little faster so I took them out about 8 minutes earlier than what the recipe stated.
This is a delicious healthy side dish. Pretty enough for company, but kids enjoy the sweet taste! Fresh squash is easy to cook in the microwave, but frozen tastes just as good. For the milk, I used nonfat, my neighbor uses Mocha Mix to make it non-dairy. From my neighbor, Tiffanie, who is the best kosher cook ever!!
This is an adaptation of a recipe from the Upper Crust Bakery, in Cambria Pines, California; which is located just off the Central California Coast, near Hearst Castle. I visited the bakery several years ago, and had these bran muffins. They are the best I've tasted and are healthful to boot. There were so many requests that the recipe was published in the local newspaper. Don't be too put off by the long list of ingredients; the batter can be kept refrigerated for about a week before you bake them; and it does make 24 muffins. Also they freeze well. The're worth the extra effort for a special occasion.
A tasty, tangy, colorful and LOW FAT! potato salad I concocted after having a similar one at a restaurant operated by brothers from Columbia. It's a great change from the same boring mayo-based potato salad. TRY IT!
The is a truly beautiful tart that is delicious just out of the oven, warm, at room temperature, or even slightly chilled. If you’re serving it as a starter, cut it into 6 portions; if it’s the main dish, serve it with a lightly dressed small salad. Recipe is from Dorie Greenspan's great new cookbook, "Around my French Table", where Dorie calls it Gerard's Mustard Tart. Use Dorie's Basic French Tart Dough/Pate Brisee (recipe #440320).
This is the one I make all the time. I use the bread machine to make my dough and then bake in oven to get that rustic look. It rises nice and the crust and texture is great--give it a try. Prep time includes the total bread machine and rising time.
You can also make this in your KitchenAid mixer instead of the bread machine, using you kneading hook. Oil bowl cover let rise in a draft free spot.