This recipe is slightly adapted from Celebrity Cruise Line's "Excite the Senses - A Culinary Journey with Celebrity Cruises" cookbook. I am a travel agent, and also write recipe reviews from cruise line's cookbooks on my company blog. I knew after tasting this one that I'd be doing it again and again! Not only is it healthy, but it also fulfilled my three E's of cooking: easy, elegant and economical. "Cook" time is minimum chilling time. I only use Greek yogurt, but feel free to use whatever you'd like.
From epicurious.com. To be made with an ice-cream machine. I've made this with the zest of a lemon to the egg yolks while whisking, and served with a drizzle of honey - outstanding! Cooking time is freezing time.
Baltimore Style magazine, May/June 2002. I’m a fresh-squeezed lemonade aficionado, so it took me a long time to embrace this recipe from my friend Madeline Wajda, a master gardener and chef who runs Willow Pond Farm in Fairfield, Pa. Over time, however, the frozen lemonade concentrate delivered a more consistent result. If you prefer, simply add the rosemary syrup to your own fresh lemonade recipe.
From Just a Pinch Recipe Club; didn't want to lose this easy recipe by Annamaria Settanni McDonald of Brooklyn, OH. Annamaria's notes: I love Raspberry Linzer cookies but I can't stand cookie cutting even though they look so pretty. I love this cookie because it takes all the taste of the linzer cookie without all the work! I top off these cookies with powdered sugar before serving or gifting and serve on a platter, they also make a great gift and taste soooo good!
I literally CRAVE this amazing, hearty soup from Panera when the weather begins to chill.... this is the closest recipe I have found to theirs. The best part is, it's ready in less than an hour!! I've found that the reviews are right and have lessened the amount of flour; originally 1 cup; just use 1/2 or a bit more depending on how thick you like your soup (Panera's is VERY thick).
From the Food52 website. This was soooo amazing the first time I made it that my husband ate the rest in the middle of the night - it was supposed to be my lunch the next day!!! How can you go wrong with asparagus, leeks, pancetta, garlic, orange zest, parsley and pine nuts. Savory, fresh, addictive!!
I first tried this recipe at Emeril's restaurant just outside of Universal Studios amusement park in Orlando, Florida. It was the highlight of our trip! Absolutely AMAZING flavor!!!!!!!! It has been a regular for dinner parties ever since, and always gets rave reviews and requests for the recipe.... I have substituted shrimp and crab with great results, too.
This recipe is from the food insert in my local newspaper; it sounded so good I didn't want to lose it! It is from a woman named Judith Ogden Larsen, who has a pie shop in Eustis, Nebraska, says "this pretty orange pie is better than pumpkin pie ever thought about being!" I think the addition of raisins might be nice in this....
This is adapted from a recipe I tried last Thanksgiving AND Christmas from the Food Network; I used a store-bought crust and tripled the streusel (my favorite part ;).... It is a very easy, no-fuss pie; very pretty with it's browned nut topping and you don't have to worry about crimping or venting or any other crust issues! My family really loved it and I hope yours does too.