My daughter's boyfriend's mom gave her a cookbook that was created by the Houston Ballet for their Nutcracker Christmas Market in 1984. The recipes in the book were submitted by directors, choreographers, and dancers in the Houston Ballet that year. This recipe was submitted by Leeanna Vidaurri, Corps de Ballet.
A delightful cool treat that is healthier than regular ice cream but still has a creamy rich flavor. I like to break my over ripe bananas into chucks before freezing them so that they are ready to go when making banana bread or ice cream. The prep time will depend on your food processer, mine only takes about 2 - 4 minutes, bananas should be frozen sold (like over night).
This sounds like a wonderful tropical version of classic chicken burrito. I found this at Real MOM Kitchen posted by Laura. This recipe makes a lot and has freezing tips for OMC. As we are currently in the middle of playing spring PAC have not gotten a chance to make so the times are estimates.
The intro on this states "Traditionally enjoyed by Latino children, this dish makes a refreshing summer snack with a surprising combination of flavors that any adventurous eater can enjoy!" When I saw it post on allrecipes.com was reminded of a delicious watermelon jalapeno gazpacho I had tried once years ago and though I just had to bring over here.
This is another quick, cool and healthy summer treat that is low fat and dairy free. I like to break my over ripe bananas into chucks before freezing them so that they are ready to go when making banana bread or ice cream. The prep time will depend on your food processer, mine only takes about 2 - 4 minutes, bananas should be frozen sold (like overnight).
This makes a light enjoyable meal in the summertime, and also cut smaller, as a lovely hors d'oeuvre. Try sauteeing the chicken breast meat, (Recipe #226050), instead of poaching, it is much more flavorful. I usually add a little bit of finely chopped celery for a bit of crunch!
We love chicken salads at our house, but when I read this, (out of Cook's Country magazine to which I subscribe, June/July 2007), I decided that this is the way I will do chicken breast for chicken salad from now on! No more poached chicken breast for us. We'll take the flavor punch of the sauteeing...Slapping myself on the forhead...why didn't I ever think of this?!