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By terirose22 on September 24, 2009
"This wonderful casserole combines everything you need for a well-balanced meal with the terrific taste of Chicken Cordon Bleu. Great for guests or for a potluck as well, as kids and adults both seem to like the combination of flavors."
Prep Time: 20 mins
Total Time: 1 hrs 20 mins
By Sage on July 31, 2011
By French Tart on October 14, 2008
"A lovely slow cooked or crock pot recipe for tender chunks of pork cooked in cider with apples, shallots, creme fraiche & calvados. My own recipe devised for our Chambres d'Hotes here in France - and ALWAYS a firm favourite with guests, family & friends alike! It is my daughter's first night request when she comes home from university!..."
Prep Time: 45 mins
Total Time: 6 hrs 45 mins
By yooper on October 24, 2007
By GinnyP on May 9, 2011
"I LOVE this quiche. It's crustless. The texture is fabulous. You can vary this in many ways by changing the filling ingredients. This one is bacon and Gruyere. I sometimes add green onion and 1/4 c dijon mustard to this recipe. Or I'll go totally different and just add lots of diced and sauteed veggies and omit the bacon and cheese. I like to..."
Prep Time: 15 mins
Total Time: 1 hrs
By IngridH on July 26, 2012
By blucoat on October 26, 2010
"This is a delicious, decadent and luscious French "bread casserole" from "The Zuni Café Cookbook" that you will want to make again and again. It's a great use for stale bread and a very forgiving recipe, you can improvise with other greens and cheeses.
As with all panades, you may need a little more bread, or have..."
Prep Time: 30 mins
Total Time: 2 hrs 20 mins
By French Tart on February 28, 2011
"Pot au Feu is French for “pot on the fire”. In other words, a stew or stock pot which is left cooking over the fire. In previous times, it may simply have been a cooking pot which was left over the fire, into which was thrown whatever food and scraps happened to be available. Often the meat was either scraps, or relatively poor cuts which needed a..."
Prep Time: 40 mins
Total Time: 10 hrs 40 mins
By Derf on August 20, 2007
By Derf on November 19, 2007
By Derf on August 20, 2005