My Mom ran a little restaurant in a bank building and her soups were the best. The most popular one by far was this clam chowder. The only changes I made were to add more clams than she did. I also wait to add the whole milk until the end, because I like mine thicker and that way you can control the thickness to your taste. Enjoy!
Recipe is from Cooking Light magazine. There are several recipes for this already posted but I really liked the ingredients in this one. Serve alongside roasted or steamed green beans with slivered almonds.
Recipe posted in response to a request. This is actually a recipe I found at FoodTV network by Molto Mario. I like to make this pasta at Christmas because of it's beautiful red colour. It is delicious and can be used any way you like, whether it be for some ravioli or fettucine or any shape of pasta you like.
This is a delicious as well as impressive dessert to make for your guests. It always gets lots of oohs and ahhs when you serve it because of the pretty presentation. Plus it tastes great! Recipe given to me by my friend Nancy and is from her stepmother Joan.
Recipe posted in response to request. I got this recipe from FoodTV from a cancelled show called "Two Hot Tamales". I have made this many times and it is absolutely delicious. I always add a cup of brown rice to make it a filling one dish meal.
I know there are a gazillion recipes for "quac" here, but this is truly one of the best recipes I have found. I am always being asked for the recipe so I decided to post it here. I love to serve it with the "Scoops" tortilla chips.
Joli Kobe is a great restaurant in Atlanta and for years I have wanted the recipe for their ginger dressing. It was in the paper this week .... finally I have it. Had to share as it is so delicious! Great on salads of any kind.