A hearty meatball soup full of vegetables. I use ground veal when making the meatballs, which is a subtler taste. The Original recipe came from a Cookbook called "The International Soup Cookbook", but I have added additional spices to the meatballs and altered it to our tastes.
My friend Donna brought this into work one day. It was gobbled up within an hour. Thankfully, she agreed to share the recipe. This is such a nice soup to serve during the fall and winter, I thought I would share it too.
In my quest to lose weight, I take a lot of low fat frozen dinners to work. One of my favorites was a low fat wersion of Chicken Piccata. I experimented with a Chicken Piccata Recipe and made my own low fat version that was just as tasty. To quote a well known beer slogan "Tastes great less filling..."
My husband and I both put each other through college. We found the name "Bankruptcy Stew" very fitting! We also found that chatting while chopping up the vegetables was a good time to catch up with each other. This makes a thick and hearty stew-who says there isn't a silver lining in every cloud!
This is a great all around recipe. It is quick, easy and tasty. Even my picky eaters gobble this up. It tastes much like the hot pockets you find in the store (I think even better). Put this on your "To try" list.
This is an elegant dish. The first time I made them, my husband thought I picked them up from a restaurant. Was he ever surprised! This would make a nice romantic dinner with candlelight! The recipe seems long but it includes a recipe for the filling, the Mornay Sauce, and crepes themselves.
I found this in a cookbook by BBQ guru Bobby Flay. This is a fantastic pina Colada recipe. It is easy and comparable to any Pina Colada I've ever tasted. Leave out the rum and serve it to the kids as a slush. This is how we drink it.