Although avocados are high in fat, 3/4 of their fat calories come from monounsaturated fat, which is the type that may help protect against coronary artery disease. They also have 3x as much potassium as a banana. So enjoy with out guilt this healthy recipe from "The Mayo Clinic Williams Sonoma Cookbook."
Adapted From the Simpson House Inn Bed and Breakfast in Santa Barbara, California. This is a fairly rich soup so you may want to reduce the serving size. I reduced the recipe to a single serving and used my immersion blender.
This pasta dish is from the Last Supper Club in San Francisco. Orecchiette means "little ears" and this pasta is sturdy enough to support the hearty sauce. If you are unable to find orecchiette you can use Farfalle.
Edit: This had a one star review because I forgot to list the amount of shrimp! It's now edited so I hope you give it a chance. This is so good! If you use smaller prawns make sure you reduce the amount of time you cook them. Recipe is from The Fisherman's Warf Cookbook.Time listed for recipe is if you are using peeled and deveined prawns.
This is a rich custard that is lightened by the fresh taste of lemon. From Fields of Greens. They are best served warm from the oven but can be served at room temp. They can also be refrigerated, if necessary, but give them plenty of time to return to room temperature before serving.
This recipe is from the McCaffrey House Inn which is nestled in a small town next to our family cabin. This can be served for breakfast on a cold blustery day. Edit: I have reduced the orange juice to 1 cup (previously was 1 1/2 cups).
Cheese soup in a coffee cake?!! This makes a great snack cake that you can just pick up and eat with your hands. I brought it to work and it got raves. No one can believe it has the cheese soup in it! The recipe is from The Carriage House a bed and breakfast inn in California