The Art of Cookery website is where this recipe was found and is followed by a tip for those of us watching our fiqures. Pears and cheese as a starter will stimulate both appetite and taste buds, so this is best for those who are not watching their weight. Even if you are worried about the waistline though, don't deny yourself this delicious combination, you can still enjoy it but as a main course. This recipe will be included in the Zaar World Tour swap game.
A very versatile recipe that I found in one of my favorite brand name cookbooklets. Other flavors of fast-cooking rice mixes can be used, almonds or cranberries would add a nice zip as well as sliced mushrooms.
This salad can be made in advance to save time by assembling the greens and making the vinaigrette. Refrigerate them separately for up to several hours and combine just before serving. Adapted from a website that specializes in making life simpler.
A thick soup that is full of bacon and sautéed apple flavors. When ready to serve top with mozzarella cheese and have a wonderful crusty bread along side. Adapted from another cooking website's email newsletter.
A great sounding recipe that comes from Nebraska's KFOR 1240 AM Problems & Solutions Cookbook Featuring Winter Favorites. My fall 2008 cookbook swap partner KGCOOK sent me the cookbook along with many other wonderful cookbooks to read. Can sizes are approximate sizes, recipe calls for small cans of peas and mushrooms.
This salad is a twist on the classic salade nicoise with tuna. This can be individual servings or arranged on a platter and served family style. Nicoise olives are a small purplish-black variety or kalamata olives can be substituted. Add crusty french bread for a lovely meal. This recipe was adapted from a popular cooking magazine and posted for the 2006 Zaar World Tour - FRANCE.
Haricots verts are green beans that are small, slender, and a vivid green. While haricots verts is french for "green beans" regular green beans can be substituted and the cooking time adjusted to increase by 5 minutes. This recipe was adapted from a popular cooking magazine and posted for the 2006 Zaar World Tour - FRANCE
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