These are recipes here on Zaar that are written by celebrities, named after them, or somehow otherwise associated with them. The celebrities are within the field of arts (acting, dancing, writing, singing, etc) or sports.
This was submitted by The Bellamy Brothers into a country singer cookbook. These are so nice and light and fluffy! They've been my favorite since I first tried them in 2000! Even better with extra icing!
(A tip for you: to slice easily, use thread. Just wrap it around the dough once and pull both sides of thread in opposite directions.)
This really is Shakespeare's Tea! The combination of lavender, mint,
savory and marjoram as a tea appeared in Act 4 of the Bard's "The Winter's Tale". I can't wait to give this a try. I found it online. I have no clue how many servings this makes.
I had never had wurstsalat until I sampled some at Disney's Epcot's Biergarten in the German pavillion. One bite and I was head-over-heels! I came home and scoured the net collecting every recipe available because theme park admission is just too darn expensive to shell out every time a craving hits. This is the culmination of my efforts. If you want to stretch it out a little bit, toss 2 cups of sliced cooked potatoes in with the mix.
My mother clipped this recipe out of USA Weekend back in 1993 - it was always the sauce she made while I was growing up (it's a recipe by Kathie Lee Gifford). Now that I cook myself, I've taken the recipe and adapted it to a few of my own 'likes' and now use this as my sauce for pasta, lasagna and ravioli! Can't be beat! (this recipe freezes very well!)
This recipes comes from a posting in the Summer 2004 "Disney Magazine". According to the article, this dressing has been served at the Teppanyaki Dining Rooms in Japan in Epcot since its opening in 1982. It is a nice light dressing that has become a favorite.
I found this recipe in a magazine. John Wayne was my Daddy's favorite cowboy, so this quickly became one of his favorite dishes for me to make for him.
I like to serve it when I make a pot of pinto beans, fried potatoes, and cornbread. Add some slices of onion, some chow chow and you have a good old "country dinner"!
Hint: I add a chopped fresh jalapeno and /or green onion to make it spicy.
From www.TopSecretRecipes.com This recipe is supposedly the one served at Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville restaurants. My hubby is a big, big fan of Key Lime Pie, and we've sampled them about everywhere (including several in Key West), but I'd never made one until he requested it for his birthday. This is easy, creamy, flavorful, and it fills the crust to the top. Would be good also topped with a bit of raspberry puree. * I use recipe #112635 for the graham cracker crust.