One of my favorite cookies are Forgotten Cookies....the meringue ones!! YUMMY!! This is similar and can't wait to try them. Cooking time does seem long but if you put these in the oven before bed, they are ready when you wake up!!
This sandwich was inspired by the Mozzarella en Carozza, a deep fried Italian sandwich. This one is sauteed, which makes it lighter but no less flavorful. A Sara Moulton recipe. This will make 6 large sandwiches or you can cut them smaller for an appetizer type thing.
A great dinner served with a side of black beans and some smashed potatoes...ooooweee!!
You can also used the leftove pork for Cuban sandwiches, with pork, ham, cheese, pickles, and mustard; grill weighted down or in a panini press. From Sara Moulton. Cook time does not include overnight marinating time.
This is a Martha Stewart recipe for spaghetti. You can make this with a 28 oz. can of Italian plum tomatoes, just strain them and pass through a food mill. I have LOTS of cherry tomatoes this year, so that is how I am posting the recipe. Times are an estimate.
There are many recipes here on Zaar for this dish, but I haven't found one quite like this one. We, just like all families here, are trying to watch our fat intake. This one is nice and crispy without being full of fat/grease. From meals.com.
Another recipe from one of my favorite chefs, Giada De Laurentiis. Not as difficult to prepare as the gnocchi I am used to having. Can't wait to try this one! I have included the 1 hour of inactive prep time in the cooking time.
Very simple and very easy! I like to serve this with rice, but some prefer not to add the extra starch. I make this in a Dutch oven, although an electric skillet of good size will work. I found this in our paper and am putting it here for safe keeping!!
Another recipe from Cooking Pleasures that I am putting here for safe keeping. Serve these with some jasmine rice and green beans for a lovely meal. Feel free to adjust the amount of jalapenos you use ot suit your taste.
This is the meringue recipe that came with my stand mixer. It is a Wolfgang Puck recipe, that has worked very well for me. This will make one HUGE "mile high" pie, or two 9" regular pies. It sets up perfectly and never weeps. Oh, it is also great for Baked Alaska!!
I cannot take the credit for this recipe. A dear friend of ours makes this for her family and we made sure we were there for dinner when it was. They have now moved to West Texas but my brother and husband will not let me go more than 2 weeks without making this for them. It is probably not that good for you with a whole stick of butter but as my mother says, "butter good!"
This was in a coupon booklet that was sent to my house by the local grocery store. It sounds interesting and good (anything with melted gooey cheese is good in my book), and I think it would be good with turkey too! I am putting it here before I cut out all of the coupons and forget about it.