DH had sampled a sweet potato and chorizo soup that he thought interesting. That soup inspired him to create the Yam and Clam Bisque which marries the sweetness of yam, with the brininess of clam, and the smokiness of bacon.
I have been making this recipe for my husband's birthday dinner for the last 15 years. This recipe truly stands on it's own merit and I don't recommend any changes. I originally got this recipe from a cookbook but have modified it over the years to make it simpler.
I have been an abismal failure at making stuffed mushrooms. Even following recipes to the tee! Well, I finally decided to branch out on my own and as the first bite generated a "Wow!" I figured I should share!
I saw this recipe cooked by the Surreal Gourmet on a Saturday morning television show. I was intrigued as I tend to find cauliflower a bit bland. This recipe results in a wonderfully sweet cauliflower that appeals to people who even "hate" cauliflower!
I got this receipe from a friend a long time ago. It is extremely easy and delicious and has gotten rave reviews every time I've made it. I didn't find one quite like on the website, so I thought I would share. This is a great dinner party meal when served with a nice green salad and a crisp white wine!