I got this recipe off Martha Stewart's website. It's absolutely WONDERFUL! I love pumpkin, but it's just not in enough things. So here's a good cheesecake for you. Hope you enjoy it!
My Notes: I don't use the pecans in the crust, but it's because I'm allergic to some nuts, and I don't like to push my luck. I'm sure they'd be wonderful in there, though. If you don't use them, you could probably just toss a few more cookies worth of crumbs in like I do.
The star of this dish is the sauce. Another stunner from Martha Stewart! Use this sauce in or with almost anything from poached salmon to artichokes. This asparagus dish is excellent served with grilled quail, or tuna, a roasted mushroom risotto and a bottle of Willamette Valley Vineyards Pinot Noir! Heaven on earth.
This wonderful recipe is from "Martha Stewart's Cooking School" and is delicious any time of the year! It is a bit tedious to assemble, but well worth it! It is very moist and each slice is swirled with stuffing. It makes a beautiful presentation! I first made it for Thanksgiving when I was also serving pork loin and did not want to make a whole turkey. It was a huge hit! I make it with America's Test Kitchen's Classic Bread Stuffing with Sage and Thyme (Recipe # 354309), but you can use your favorite stuffing recipe. A moist stuffing works best! To save time, ask your butcher to bone and butterfly the turkey breast. Make-ahead tip: This can be assembled (through step 2) and refrigerated up to 24 hrs before roasting.
Eons ago Martha whipped this up on one of her TV programs. The first time I made it, I knew I was in love. Make a marvelous presentation by placing the chops, apples and cabbage together on your largest and most beautiful serving platter.
A creamy soup flavored with wild mushrooms and a little wine to balance it out. I've left out the dried mushrooms (too expensive) but used a variety of fresh ones with good results.
A Martha Stewart recipe.