This is the #1 all-time most requested meal that my two boys grew up on. Now Adam is 27 and Alex has passed away, so I'm posting this in Alex's memory. So easy, and you won't be dissapointed! Also very good cold the next day. I got in the habit of making 2 pies so there WOULD be leftovers! I got this recipe from a small cookbook I picked up at a truckstop while driving across country called "Cooking For The King of the Road"
My DH loves those frozen Tony's Pizza Rolls....I'll eat them too, but....what exactly is in them?? We probably don't want to even know! These are MUCH better and at least we know what we're eating!! Buy extra sauce for dipping if you'd like, but they really don't need it. Also, add/omit any ingredients you like or don't like. Make them to your own taste of course. This is what we like in them.
This recipe is by a Canadian chef who I really like - Michael Smith. It contains only 3 ingredients (plus S & P!) and it's gorgeous to look at! Easy to make and would be great for breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner. It's not the healthiest thing to eat - it's just good ol' comfort food. It takes a long time to cook, so plan ahead. Enjoy!
My mom made this beef stroganoff weekly when I was younger. I don't have the same metabolism I did then, but it's still the best $%#&* beef stroganoff I have ever had. I just want to thank everyone for all the wonderful reviews and ideas, I too now add a splash of Worcestershire sauce! Thanks again!
I was introduced to this recipe by my SiL, in Calgary, and commented that it really rocked. Keeps well in fridge or freezer, nukes well in the microwave for work lunch, and is pretty solid for "healthiness in eating".
Hello, Everyone. My name is Amy and I'm addicted to booze-flavored food. I can't help myself. This recipe is one from my gourmet class and GOD HELP ME it's good. I could eat it with a spoon. The funny thing about it, though, is that it really doesn't matter what flavor booze you use, they're all so delicious. We made this with rum, whiskey, and even flavored vodka. And I don't like vodka! It smells like rubbing alcohol to me. Again, I don't drink booze straight up and appreciate the result of the flavor and the evaporation of the "drunk"-making qualities of the alcohol.
Pasta and spicy Italian sausage... can life get any better then this? Yes, but only if you end this meal with a rich chocolate dessert! We like things a bit spicy at our house, but if you prefer something a bit milder, you can always use mild or sweet Italian sausage as I'm sure the dish will turn out just as good.
This is from my back in the day recipe file that was given to me in 1984. I have found this to be a no fail reliable quiche,& I've served this to the girls from nursing school during those marathon study sessions, and family and friends.
Despite the simplicity of the combination, it's an Italian classic that can pack killer flavor with little effort. The key is to use only the very best, very freshest ingredients. And of course there are all sorts of avenues for improvisation. Different varieties of pasta are obvious. But the oil also could be swapped out. Walnut oil would have a pleasantly rich, nutty flavor. Peanut oil (and maybe a hit of hot sauce) would offer an Asian accent.
Gourmet salts, including those blended with herbs, would be nice. A coarse grain or flaked salt added just at the table would offer a satisfying crunch. In this riff on that classic, the salt is provided by the cheese. The olive oil gives way to browned butter, which is rich and smooth. And the peppery bite comes from the unorthodox but wonderfully savory combination of nutmeg and turmeric.
I am always on the lookout for recipes that are for 2. I found this recipe in a little paperback cookbook "Desserts for One or Two". The recipe calls for walnuts, but any nut will do, and I even substitute different types of chips (chocolate, peanut butter, mint, etc.). It makes 8 brownines, therefore we never get tired of them before the batch is gone. Hope you enjoy.
I've been trying all kinds of different recipes for carrot salad, and just haven't found the right one yet. So....I decided to stop dorking around, and create one myself. It's taken a few attempts ;) but I finally found the right combinations, at least for me. The dressing is not as sweet as some, allowing the flavours to show through more. I hope you enjoy it too. Note: Cooking time is chilling time.