A MUST MAKE! This recipe is great to make with tomatoes that are red to green! My Husband told me I have to give these a real good name. He was giving these a names but they would have gone off the page. He won 't eat Parmesan cheese or goat cheese and he had both and just loved it! After I told him what cheese are in it he went back for seconds and thirds. I don 't care what anyone rates this at because Mister Picky gave it his top rating! And that's all I care about! BUT if he likes this much it everyone in the world will! These tomatoes had a salty, cheesy, crisp crust. The tomato was warm and juicy. The goat cheese gave it a nice creamy sharpness. Onions and garlic gave it a subtle sweetness. I did use tomatoes that weren't completely ripe. But go for what you have be it green or red. Hey if any of you have a better name for this recipe give me an e-mail. Bursting Tomatoes came from eating them right after being cooked they just burst in your mouth! This is a copycat recipe of a dish I had when vacationing Southwest.
*Adopted Recipe* This is a wonderful side dish from the Woman's Day Cookbook. I made these as a holiday side dish for the first time about 9 years ago, and they have been in regular rotation since. It looks gorgeous on the table, too.
Tired of the same old sweet potatoes? Ready to skip another sugary, marshmallow side at your holiday table? So am I. :-) Found this while scanning magazines at a neighbors and quickly scribbled it down. The combination of dweet and savory additions look to enhance, not mask, the wonderful flavors of the under appreciated sweet potato. This will be gracing our holiday table next year and will likely make an appearance before then. Soon to be at a table at your house? Hope so.
Very easy, very little prep. I use to buy a product made by Lipton, which came in a bottle and you poured it over your diced potatoes and baked/grilled the dish. They have since discontinued the product, so I have found this to be the next best thing.
I got this recipe from a military community cookbook called "Dreadnought Delights." It is very easy to throw together and is nicer than just ho-hum buttered carrots. This is a very different way to serve carrots - baby carrots in a rich, velvety sauce with a tang of orange. Cook time is allowing for precooking your carrots and also heating the sauce, but is a rough guess.
A method I have been using for over 30 years, you will never boil corn in just water again once you try this, this method produces a very tender and sweet corn on the cob, I promise! --- do not add in any salt to the water as it will make the corn tough
Broccoli is loaded with lots of vitamins A and C and several minerals, it is one of the most healthful veggies. This is a spiced up version that is low in fat and not low on flavor. The recipe comes from Williams Sonoma Essentials of Healthful Cooking.
This is a pretty good recipe. I haven't had a chance to try many yet. I'm new to eating squash so I had to think of many different ways to enjoy it. I have also found out that you can make this ahead of time and freeze it in either a vacuum sealed bag or freezer zip lock bag in the aluminum pans. When your ready for it just take out of freezer and pop right in the oven. Allow 15- 20 extra minutes to cook.
Great Fall comfort food. The prep time is so long mainly because I have included the baking of the squash while you are preparing the other ingredients. The cooking time is the final baking time. Enjoy!
This is a delicious butternut squash recipe from Ina Garten / The Barefoot Contessa. We really enjoy this during the holidays. It is best when the squash is cut in medium to large chunks so that the outside gets a maple-flavored crust, and the inside stays soft and delicious.