These showy brownies are nice and tall with pockets of caramel goo. They are wicked enough on their own, but for an over-the-top dessert, add a scoop of vanilla ice cream and drizzle with caramel sauce.
This is an adaptation of ClareVH's "Recipe #84268". I feel it gives the polenta that extra Italian flair. Hearty all on it's own as a vegetarian dish (with the vegetable broth, of course) but also great as a side dish.
This is the best and CREAMIEST crust-less quiche I've ever eaten and I eat a lot of quiche! I asked my friend, Michele, to share her recipe with Zaar and she was kind enough to oblige. Thanks, girlfriend! Top this yummy quiche with tinned asparagus, chopped bacon, or tinned salmon. It makes it's own "crust" as it cooks. Very nice with a green salad on the side.
I am posting all of my Grandmother's recipes so I never lose them. This is my absolute fave; I used to beg my Mother to make this every third Sunday. (She went all out on that day; we usually had company from services.) I hope you all enjoy it as much as I do.
Quick, simple, and unbelievably tasty. This recipe could make even a self-professed brussels sprout hater change their mind. Roasting at a high temperature with olive oil brings out the sweetness and reduces the cabbagey taste of brussels sprouts, caramelizing the edges.
This is a recipe my mother used to make when I was growing up. She used to make these a few days before Purim, and I could never resist having one or two until then. Now that I'm all grown up me and my mother do it together.
I was given this recipe by a Nagati Tarawhai cook while in New Zealand. The bread was wonderful . . . I've never tried to make myself, however I believe I've converted the recipe into U.S. standards. I made the original recipe notation in parenthesis. Since this is a worldwide site, thought this would be a perfect place to share!