This is a recipe from Jyl Steinback's "Supermarket Gourmet Cookbook" that I received from Studentchef in the Spring 2009 Cookbook Swap. It is a quick and easy appetizer and kid-friendly snack. you can substitute ground turkey for the ground beef for lower fat or texturized vegetable protein for a vegetarian alternative.
This is a recipe from Jyl Steinback's "Supermarket Gourmet Cookbook" that I received from Studentchef in the Spring 2009 Cookbook Swap. Although the recipe calls for salmon, I think that it would probably work well with cod or any firm white fish. The recipe also includes spinach, one of my children's favorite vegetables so it is tasty and healthy!
This recipe is adapted from the "Simply Down Home Cookbook' that I received from Studentchef in the Spring 2009 Cookbook Swap. It uses some of my favorite ingredients and I can not wait until late Spring when fresh, local asparagus is in season! A neighboring town, Hadley, Massachusetts is famous for its asparagus and I eat more than my fill every year!
A tropical drink that remind me of the islands and summer. You can make this non-alcoholic for the kids and non-drinkers by substituting 2 cups of orange, peach or mango juice for the white rum and 1/2 cup of coconut milk for the coconut rum.
My daughter was begging for lobster but it was too expensive so I bought a can of crab from Trader Joe's and she and I came up with a delicious crab dip recipe. She picked the ingredients and I chose the amounts. Since most crab dips contain ingredients that she does not like, I told her to tell me what she wanted in it and it was yummy! She wanted me to share the recipe with you.
This recipe is from Jyl Steinback’s “Supermarket Gourmet: A Busy Mom’s Healthy Cookbook that I received from Studentchef in the Spring 2009 Cookbook Swap. The recipe calls for roasted garlic which imparts a different flavor than raw garlic in this recipe. Preparation time includes time to roast thegarlic-just follow your favorite recipe for roasted garlic.
I adapted this recipe from one that I saw Rachael Ray make for Oven Roasted Cioppino. I thought that I could change the recipe to account for my family's tastes and so that it would work in my 8.5 quart slow cooker. You may need to adjust the cooking times if you use a different size crock pot. It was yummy and my family really enjoyed it. You can use whatever seafood that you enjoy but do not put it in until near the end of the cooking time as noted, so that the seafood is not overcooked. Please note that you could probably do all of the steps before adding the seafood at the end and place in your crock pot on low for 4 hours or so(depending on your crock pot size and temperature) and then put it on high and add and cook the seafood for the times stated.
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