Lightly sweet and savoury with a delicate but addicting flavor. The original recipe called for currants and almonds, but since I didn't have either, I came up with this winning variation. Prep time doesn't include soaking the cranberries or refrigeration.
This is my favorite recipe for potato soup. It's a copycat of the one they use to serve at the St. Louis Bread Company (Panera). The recipe originally called for shredding your potatoes, but I never could get them to cook that way. I know they should cook faster, but I never could get it to work.
Raise the lowly cabbage to something extraordinary! This technique of sautéing brings out a wonderful sweetness you never knew existed in cabbage. You can add different spices to this recipe: curry, caraway seeds, or hot pepper sauce are just suggestions. But try it plain first! Adapted from The Low-Carb Cookbook by Fran McCullough
This syrup is concentrated stuff, use 1-2 tsp in 8 oz of milk. It's ultra-chocolatey, with a deep cocoa flavor, and not too sweet. This syrup is thick and smooth with a shine ...a chocolate syrup for adults. Use Dutch process cocoa powder if you want the finished product to have the beautifully deep color and flavor to which all good chocolate syrups should aspire.
I love this recipe! It is from the "Frugal Gourmet Whole Family Cookbook" by Jeff Smith. I've made this simple recipe for many years. People are always impressed but... I never tell them how easy it is to make. Some recipes are best kept secret. But I will share this one...
From Rachael Ray's 30 Minute Meals, this is a keeper! Pancakes are made all over the world, and fit in French, England, Scandinavian, Austian, Russian, African, Italian, Mexican, New England, Mid Atlantic, Mid West, Southern, and Western catagories! These may be frozen in the freezer and reheated.
This is a recipe from one of Madhur Jaffrey's books. I was looking for a different way to get my husband to eat lean meats and this worked (even though he did still put it on a bun). I served it with rice and Korean dipping sauce and it was yummy--no leftovers and even the kids ate some!!!!!
This secret recipe was passed on to me by my MIL. She said it came from her mother, who got it from a chef at a country club. The chef, so the story goes, required that she keep the recipe a secret and forbid that it be shared. Since the chef is (by now) long passed, I feel comfortable sharing the recipe. I normally make double batches, it will not last. I tried it with fat-free cream cheese and my husband rejected it. Personally, I thought it worked just fine.
Healthy burgers with a gingery twist! Serve with any fixings you love, sauteed mushrooms and a slice of cheese to melt on the hot burger are TDF.
These are all-season friendly: fire up the grill when the season's fine or get the broiler smoking hot when it's too gloomy outside.
Are these easy? Not especially! Are they AWESOME? YES, and worth the extra steps! They look gorgeous, taste incredible and I use them for special occasions and gifts. If you have some extra time and want something extra special, this is the recipe!
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