Per a thread in CC: http://www.recipezaar.com/bb/viewtopic.zsp?t=289574
Let's have a virtual potluck!
Anybody else want to come? Each participant needs to "bring" some of their favorite dishes, as follows:
You may bring up to two dishes for each course. The only stipulations are that the recipes must be tried and true (by yourself) and the first recipe cannot be your own...it must be that of another chef. The second recipe can either be from another chef or one of your own.
I created the filling for this recipe specifically for my dearest friend, D. This is my personal version of the bacon bite recipe. It is full of complimentary flavors, easy to put together, and you can freeze them or serve them right away. I promise they will knock your socks off and those of your guests. The best part is that you can freeze them and pull a few out when you need them; make ahead for a party or bake them right away.
This recipe has tremendous flavor and the sourdough bread on the top makes this dish a home run. Like most casseroles, it is simple to make and is easy to clean up. I have pretty much changed the entire recipe from its original form because the original recipe was very bland and not memorable at all. I hope that you enjoy this cobbler as much as we do!
This is the only dressing I will ever use for Caesar Salad. It is from the creator of the Caesar Salad, Cesar Cardini. You can make it, like I do, or you can buy it in the store. It's a large bottle for 6.99 but this dressing goes a long way.
NOTE that the original salad did not have bacon, croûtons or anchovy in it, but you can add them.
I made Recipe #120317 over the weekend that was so beautiful. When I said I was just going to sprinkle powdered sugar on it, my DH said "but we have frosting" There was no way I was going to top this cake with canned frosting.... So I got busy and made this. I'm so glad I did... made the cake *Shine* and tasted so decadent.... rave reviews!!! Toot toot.... Had to get it on Zaar before I forgot how I made it ;)
Got this recipe quite a few years ago from McCormick Spice Company. For many decades their cookbook has been my bible. Now, tattered and torn it is well loved and well worn and it was free with a large can of black pepper. The family finds this recipe even better then old regular deviled egg recipe. I will also post how to get a perfect peeling of a hard cooked egg.
I was searching for a recipe that used chicken and bacon and was saucy. I couldn't find anything on Zaar, but a couple of the recipes that I found gave me ideas and this recipe is the result. I used a larger dish than a 9 x 13, but I am sure it would fit. This would the perfect meal for entertaining or as a comfort food. I hope you enjoy it!
Warning: I thought this was nothing more then my bestfriend's favorite enchilada recipe but OH! How we underestimated it! Maybe it's bc we moved away from Texas 2 months ago and we miss Tex-Mex. Or perhaps it was because we usually believe things that arn't hard to make arn't good enough for 2 culinary arts students to waste their time on... but here I sit in my computer chair eating the last left-over enchilada, the enchilada I tried so hard to save for my husband...knowing full well he said he'd divorce me if I ate all of the leftovers. LoL, and Jacklyn, it was totally worth it! JK!
This is one of the most popular recipes I've ever made! From kid's to old folks everyone loves these noodles. Add some spicy "Rooster sauce" and more ginger to give it even more flavor. I have now adjusted my original recipe post (9/07). Apparently an employee had written the recipe down incorrectly cause I never measured. It's a really easy dish to make for pot luck's etc. Toast your sesame seeds if they haven't already been toasted for better flavor. Almost all of the ingredients are available at any Oriental Market and most regular grocery stores. You can add other ingredients to make it a whole meal. --Please note-- the soy sauce amount was incorrect in this recipe! I have now changed it! Add more if you like.
Edith Gump has been a close friend of mine since kindergarten. She used to eat the dirt that I handed her in the sandbox and now her kids eat dirt, too. I guess that sort of thing runs in the genes. Anyway- Edith and I were given the same basic potato salad recipe in Home Economics in High School and together we have tweaked and rewritten this countless times. This is the result of our collaborations and many years of name calling and face scratching.
This is a nicely-flavored simple salad that I love and make often in the summer. My husband is not as crazy about tomatoes as I am, but he will eat seconds of this dish. I clipped the recipe out of a newspaper several years ago.