I just started making this, and it is adapted to my liking from another recipe. I highly recommend using all organic products for this soup. For the tomatoes, I use Trader Joe's brand with basil. It's pretty wonderful!
I adapted this recipe when I was out of vanilla and honey. I left the vanilla out of the brownies which made them taste more like dark chocolate brownies and substituted the vanilla and honey in the frosting for left-over coffee! It's wonderful!
I slightly modified the Tomato Puree recipe in the Williams-Sonoma Complete Entertaining Cookbook. It will make enough sauce for 3 large pizzas, so you can save the left overs in a jar. It's so easy and delicious, I'll never buy pre-made sauce again!
My mom sent me this recipe and it really works! I just tried it, and the biscuits were perfect!
Some silly people at this website insist that I stole this recipe from them, but I stand by the fact that I have never heard of this group/chef/whatever. This recipe was handed down to me through a bunch of people, but I also don't want to get sued. I think it's silly, but here's the silly link:
This is a recipe based off of the last time I made gumbo. It was OUTSTANDING! I made it for a large group of friends and everyone enjoyed it. This is my attempt at writing it down for future reference!
This recipe is a variation on a recipe I found on avocado.org. All of the ingredients are fresh which makes for a great authentic guacamole. Plus, avocado.org also taught me that avocados are great for regulating blood sugar and cholesterol! As if we need an excuse to eat guacamole...
I modified a recipe from the Williams-Sonoma Complete Entertaining Cookbook. It makes enough dough for 3 large pizzas or 12 small personal pizzas. I just freeze the left-overs. This is the delicious result that I got!
I created this recipe for what my friends and I call "GUMBO FEAST 2011." In the winter, we get together and eat loads of gumbo. Last year, though, I neglected my vegetarian friends, so I created this recipe.