Ready, Set, Cook! Reynolds Wrap Contest Entry. This is a twist on traditional Bruschetta. My family and I eat low carb and we love eggplant and this just came from the love of tomatoes and basil. We have also topped zucchini and added meat to this mixture as well. Baking the eggplant on the grill or in the oven makes for a lighter dish. Hope you like it!
Here's a great scalloped potato recipe that's so easy and absolutely delicious. The leftovers are just as good, maybe even better, the next day. This is one of my favorite and most prepared recipes, from my 1971 Florence Junior Welfare League cookbook.
From Simple and Delicious - boy I love this magazine! Submitted by T. Perrault. I love how she combined cauliflower, broccoli and zucchini within this recipe. Just a lovely combination. Feel free to use already prepared Alfredo sauce or your own recipe for Alfredo sauce. I made this once as a side dish and realized it makes a large amount, so then the next time I added some cooked chicken to make it a main meal. Serve with crusty bread and you are done!
From the David Kirsch Ultimate NY Body Plan:
"I know what you're thinking, pasta on the Plan? That will NEVER do at the Madison Square Club. Try this and you'll never place another penne in your mouth! Either as a snack or for lunch with a nice tossed green salad, this dish is quite a dish!" David Kirsch
This is one of those very simple, sounds odd, great tasting dishes. Use any root vegetables you have on hand, the more variety the better the dish. I like large chunks of vegetables in this dish, it makes it more caveman like. Sausage like kielbasa can be used to add flavor and appease the meat lovers. My wife enjoys this dish with sour cream, she uses that stuff like some people use ketchup.
As a teenager, I worked in a boat club where they served these delicious cucumbers. A sweet old lady named Annie would prepare this daily, and I have fond memories of her. The members of the club loved this dish so I know that you will too. (Preparation time is very fast, but the numbers below include the refrigeration time.)
When my family goes to India, this is the classic food that is served on all the beaches. Hands-down my favorite Indian food and the absolutely BEST way to serve corn on the cob! You will never resort to just butter again.
Another Jack Frost favorite. We have a tradition of going to the Bayfield Apple Festival with our friends and family every October so I am always trying to find easy recipes with apples like this one. I have reduced the brown sugar from 1/2 cup to 1/3 cup.