This main dish meal can be cooked in the oven if you don't have a slow cooker. Just follow the alternate directions below if you choose to not use the slow cooker. You can serve this with rye bread to sop up the juices.
This is a simple, savory green vegetable dish. This recipe can be prepared up to three days in advance (wait to add the parsley until ready to serve). Keep the cooked beans tightly covered in the refrigerator, then reheat on the stovetop or in a 350 degree oven for about 20-30 minutes.
This dressing is from Cook's Country. The pepper is slowly simmered in oil to mellow its harshness, and when added to the dressing, each spoonful tastes deeply of pepper. If you don't have buttermilk, substitute 2 T milk and increase the vinegar to 2 1/2 t. Hearty, crispy iceberg and romaine work well with this creamy dressing.
This hearty, tangy dip from Diane Phillips' cookbook, "You've Got it Made," goes well with bread, tortilla chips, pretzels or sturdy crackers. This recipe can be made and refrigerated up to three days ahead.
This is a hearty breakfast casserole that can be made ahead. It looks delicious and could be served for breakfast, brunch or dinner. The recipe is from Paula Deen's magazine. The preparation time does not include the time for refrigerating overnight.
A traditional British stew with a delicious gravy flavored with good ole stout. Stout gets it dark color and touch of bitterness from roasted malt or barley. Guinness is one of the more famous Irish stouts, but there are also others such as Murphy's or Beamish.
It may seem odd to cook pork in milk, but the result is rich and tender. Funny how the British have a reputation for bland food. I'd say more like "subtle" or "un-fussy." Sometimes plain cooking is just plain good cooking.
Named for the wild duck found in and around the moors and lakes of Northwest England (Derwentwater Lake). These ducks are valued for their tenderness and flavor, but you can use any duck with success in this recipe. The flavor of the duck is complemented with the sweet, sharp flavor of the Cumberland sauce.