Quick and easy to make, and healthy too. When it comes to these kinds of recipes, I like and enjoy the contrast of colours, because we, of ocurse, eat with our eyes first. Cooking time will include the cooking of the pasta, even though it has already been cooked by the time you go through the steps of the directions, below.
This is for people who like to marinade their meats. I roasted the meat, because I felt this was the best way to treat the meat. Don't be fooled by the amount of time to marinade or cook the meat, it's one of those things that you can put aside while doing laundry or other household chores. Marinading is not included in the cooking or prep time.
The Montreal gazeete got this recipe from the cookbook Dinner Chez moi: The Fine Art of Feeding Friends. I didn't know there was an art to making food for friends, I jsut care enough about them to give them something good to eat.
Several years ago, some one wrote to the Montreal Gazette asking for a salad dressing their child might like. The response was this dressing that was first published in 1980 from the cookbook Abby Mendel's 1980 Cuisinart Classroom cookbook.
From the Mystery food novel Food To Die For. In the novel/recipe book, this recipe is described as being a Classic English Breakfast. Even though it's not kosher, I'm hoping some one else will enjoy the recipe, although I did hear once that there was such a thing as fake bacon.