This is traditional Irish peasant fare, full of ingredients that were readily available. Irish Stew is typically a "white" stew, which means that the meat is never browned beforehand. From Classic International Recipes.
Homemade spaetzle are quick to prepare and really very good.
Serve topped with cheese and/or fried onions…or plain with butter…or baked again until roasted in the oven...or with a meal with sauce; for example, Zürigschnätzlets (Veal in Cream Sauce- Veal Zurich) (Recipe #175785)…or…..
Giovanna, our good friend, makes wonderful cannoli shells and ricotta cream-love friends like her! Her family owned Italian restaurants for over 40 years in the Chicago area. She stores the shells in a plastic air tight container at room temperature for 2 months and freezes the filling she is not using immediately and defrosts it in the refrigerator later. As she would say mangiare, mangiare---eat, eat! (I will attempt to post some photos in the correct sequence http://www.recipezaar.com/bb/viewtopic.zsp?t=259809)
This is DH's great-grandmother's recipe who came from Sweden. Buy fresh cardamon, remove husk, put seeds into plastic bag, and use a hammer to smash on concrete floor-MIL's method. DH and I use an electric krumkake iron for 25 to 30 seconds depending upon how dark you prefer. This makes about 38 krumkakes, the original made 100. After you cool them on paper toweling, store them in a cool dry location, and do not seal the container too tightly. DH and I use a tiny ladle to pour the batter into krumkake iron-the ladle size is a tad bigger than 1/8 cup.
Have you ever posted a recipe and just love reading the reviews for it? This is my signature potato salad. Whenever there is a pot luck function at work, I am TOLD that I have to bring the potato salad. No one else is allowed to and I am never given a choice. Thank you everyone who ever tried this potato salad and for leaving such glowing reviews for it. You all have made me look so good. I personally can not stand eggs or raw onions, so I leave them out but I know most people don't think a potato salad is complete without them. Thanks again for so many wonderful reviews. (psssst....check out my recipe #123107 as well. It shares the dressing with this recipe but tastes much much different because of the different ingredients) Please see Recipe #242966 for bacon bit tips.
For my cooking instruction, MDM gave me a 5-cup arched fish mold and this recipe. I think she served this at every cocktail party she ever threw, so that was her best advice. We kids loved the leftovers! Mrs. Michael Delnegro submitted this to the Alexandria VA TWIG cookbook, "A Heritage of Good Tastes". Serve with crackers and raw vegetables. Times do not include chilling. Isn't it nice to have a food processor these days!
This is the best chili recipe I have ever tried. I'm not sure where the recipe originated, but it is amazing! Sometimes, I don't bother adding all four cans of the kidney beans and it still turns out wonderful. Once anyone tastes this chili, they will be begging for the recipe!! Enjoy!
My mom has cooked this as long as I can remember- I don't know where the recipe started. She sent me to college with the recipe and after 15 years I've not been able to top it. Recipe requests come after every serving. It is even better the second day, but it normally doesn't last that long in our house!
A perfect comfort food!
This recipe comes from Paula Deen. It tastes exactly like the boursin cheese sold at stores, for a fraction of the cost! I like to serve this spread with buttery crackers. You could also use it to make sandwiches, etc... The prep time does not include softening of cream cheese, butter or the refrigeration time.
This originally came from a Weight Watchers cookbook and I adapted it slightly for a chili cookoff at work. It ended up as a finalist and was voted "Most Memorable". I really enjoyed the flavor and it is very quick to put together, which is even better! 4 WW points for 1 cup serving.
Who would have thought you could improve on the package directions of Kool-Aid? Well, you can! This is now my family's favourite way to prepare Kool-Aid, at one-and-a-half strength. We tried it at double-strength, but preferred this method, with this amount of sweetness. The extra flavour burst is particularly noticeable, we have found, with cherry, orange, and grape.