This recipe comes from foodtv.com; Everyday Italian. Foodtv doesn't have the license to produce the recipes, so you have to get them on the fly, because you cannot find them afterwards.I made this Tuesday, and it was a hit.
This is a very flavorful, and hearty soup. It is great comfort food for those really cold nights. I made this for a Lent Soup/Salad dinner - literally making it up as I went a long. It was a HUGE success and everyone wanted to know exactly what I threw into the pot.
I'm not saying this is perfected in the least, and the ingredients are approximates, but I threw this together for hubby's dinner and he loved it! It's a crab cake sort of filling in a baked potato shell, so I guess crab cake twice baked potato might also be a good name for it. If you try it, I hope you like it! Note: you could add horseradish to the mixture as well, if you so desire!
The other grandkids and I always ask our grandmother to make her biscuits and gravy for us! So I knew I had to get her recipe. This is a simple sausage gravy that you can use over your favorite biscuits, whether store-bought or homemade! I have used skim milk before, and it worked fine... just be patient since it takes longer to thicken.
This is a very flavorful Shepherd's Pie. It puts a new twist on an old favorite by the addition of cream cheese and a dash of ground mace, and it's super easy to make. You can use any leftover veggies such as corn, carrots, string beans, etc. My photo was made using a shallow pan, because my deep dish pan was busy at the time. :)
This recipe comes from the Yang Chow restaurant in the Chinatown section of Los Angeles. It was in the March 2008 issue of Bon Apetit in the R.S.V.P. section. When the chef was developing this recipe the slick cornstarch coating caused the shrimp to slide off the plate, hence the name! Serve this slightly sweet and slightly spicy dish with a side of steamed rice.
Yes, you can make authentic gyros at home --> the texture and flavor of this meat is as good as you get in a good Greek restaurant, without the traditional rotating spit.. but this is just the recipe and technique for making the meat, for I'm assuming you know the drill on making the classic gyro sandwich - stuff the meat in a grilled pita with sliced tomatoes, onions and tzaziki sauce.. Enjoy!