The Neely's say this is their kind of soup-it has plenty of atitude! A little heat gives it a smoky undertone and a garnish of avocado relish balances the flavors! Serve with cornbread or a grilled cheese sandwich. From Down Home with the Neely's cookbook.
Mushrooms can be as satisfying as meat because they develop earthy, bold and beefy flavors as they cook. Served with pasta, this is some meal! :)
Adapted from Rachael Ray's Big Orange Book cookbook. Strict vegetarians may want to omit the Worcestershire sacue.
Always use good quality bread in your sandwiches! Nice and comfy in a loaf of French bread, this travels very well, so great on picnics! Feel free to use your favorite vegetables. You can even throw in a little meat, if so inclined. Adapted from Caprial's Cafe Favorites cookbook.
This recipe, submitted by Elise Lalor from Issaquah, WA, was the 2009 Judges’ Choice and $10,000 winner(representing the Pacific region) in the 2009 Chicken Cooking contest put on by the National Chicken Council.
This recipe is from Alton Brown's Eat This Rock! You cook the potatoes in heavily salted water and the salt crystallizes on the outside of the potatoes. It seems like a lot of salt but it works. The reviews rave over it! I have slightly adapted it. They are even good cold!
I bought a few fingerling potatoes, threw them in a dirt pile in the yard and now have a bix box of fresh fingerling potatoes! Here's a recipe to use them. Adapted from Cooking Live: Bastille Day Cook Along