aka: 'How to Make the Perfect Cheesecake' This recipe includes very detailed instructions for preparation which is the key to any great cheesecake. *This is my signature recipe that I have spent many many hours perfecting the
ingredients and techniques for. This is not 'NY Style' but real 'NY Cheesecake'.
The end result is a wonderful cheesecake that some will tell you to eat with a towel, because it's like an 'O' in your mouth.
A really great tapa that will get you many compliments. Really simple to make. The original recipe was by Roxanne. I have served this at many of my "Wine and Tapa" parties and was always pleased by the response.
My husband heard this on TV years ago, we tried it and we all loved it!! Watch them closely to keep the tortilla from getting too brown and crunchy. Cook time is approximate. Servings according to what you need
If you're looking for a tasty, low carb and healthy way to cook fish, try this! The original recipe calls for salmon but you can substitute red snapper or orange roughy fillets for the salmon. This recipe comes from a Kraft pamphlet which I picked up in the supermarket!
This is a very flavorful recipe. I have had people that don't even care for yams - love these! For years I never added the cardamom (it's very pungent) but I finally added it this year - and WOW - it really makes the flavor POP!
This is a Northern Mexican recipe that is adapted from a recipe by Rick Bayless. This uses a chuck roast and is made in the crock pot. My DBF asks me to make this again and again. Serve it with rice, sour cream, beans, and warmed tortillas.
Posted by request. Every Italian family has their own version of this dish. My grandmother made it with a simple garlic/cheese "stuffing", which is the same way I still make it. It can be served as a main course or as part of the "meat course" along with the meatballs, sausage, etc.
I serve this every year for Christmas brunch, Easy and good. After I make it I put it in the crockpot on low on the buffet and its always a big hit. I usually double the recipe ( I sometimes double the recipe and still use only 1/2 lb. sausage).
In this updated take on bacon-wrapped pork chops, prosciutto--an unsmoked Italian-style ham--replaces the bacon and holds in a creamy Gorgonzola filling. If you can't find prosciutto, substitute thin slices of deli ham or bacon. Pair the chops with Balsamic Greens with Plums (recipe follows).
These crispy- crusted rolls, a favorite with foreign visitors to Mexico, are also known as tortas, after the hefty sandwiches that are often made with them, and teleras when they are scored in three sections. Adopted 9/06