This is an adopted recipe that I have not yet tried. The original chef comments: "One of my best friends gave this to me years ago. Simply put, it is the very BEST chocolate sauce I have ever had. I love it on top of good quality vanilla ice cream with some chopped salty roasted almonds on top. Try it; it will give you a chocoholic buzzzzzzzzz"
This recipe was developed by my Father and Aunt in the late 60's for Dad's restaurant. Dad had people coming from surrounding counties to get his Barbecue Beef Sandwiches. Mix it with shredded beef or pork. Add it to your favorite baked bean recipe for a truly fantastic flavor. Any left over sauce can be frozen.
Of every recipe ever given to me, I am most grateful for this one. I am happy to share it with you. I can also quit fretting that I will loose the slip of paper it was written on 10 yrs. ago, and find it on my favourite recipe site.
We were treated to this at a friends house for dinner. Very good! Recipe can easily made ahead and be halved. What I especially like about it it, it is NOT too cheesy! Easy to make and easy to serve. I prefer making the shells for that reason.
This is the best and fastest Homemade pizza you can make without a Pizza oven or Pizza stone which can be a pain to use. The high baking temp is key
You can play with the toppings to your preference, though the parmesean adds a lot.
There may be lots of recipes out there for macaroni and cheese, but this is the first one I ever found that you don't have to cook the macaroni before you bake it. It is also really simple to put together - all in the casserole dish you are baking it in! I got this from a newsletter of an organization. I take this to potlucks all the time and I always come home with none of it left. It's a dish I'm constantly handing out the recipe for; be sure not to use cheese that has been frozen and thawed because it will ruin the consistency of the dish. You can also cut down on the butter if you would like to lose some of the fat. This is not a real creamy cheesy type of macaroni and cheese, which can sometimes be a little too rich for our tastes. I've made those, but my family prefers this kind over any other.
I have not tried this recipe yet, but I intend to soon. According to the article, that came with the recipe in this morning's local newspaper, these gnocchi are light as a feather. The recipe comes from a former fine dining establishment in our area that we used to go to very often and the food was outstanding! I am guessing at the prep and cook times.
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I made my own marzipan for my Christmas cake this year and will never ever go back to the stuff they sell in the shops. It was so easy to make and the orange zest gave it a lovely flavour. The recipe is from the November issue of the Good Food magazine.
Originally from Taste of Home, the only change I have made
to this recipe is the name. It was originally named for a themed party
and we don't always need a party to make it! We renamed it based on
what everyone who tastes it always says....