I was reading through the Southern Nevada Home and Garden Magazine from our newspaper. They were giving recipes for Thanksgiving Dinner and this sounds like the Date Pudding my mother used to make every year. This recipe would be worth the time it takes to prepare and according to the person giving the recipe the Irish version is deliciously decadent and is made with Irish Whiskey and should be declared illegal.
I found this recipe in the Las Vegas Review Journal.The Zelzah Shriners are bringing 40,000 lbs. of onions to LV to sell. This was one of the recipes that was printed from Folsom Farms in Glennville, GA.
This recipe would be very good with hot chocolate on a cold winter night. I found this recipe in the Christmas copy of the Las Vegas Review Journal newspaper. It is from Chef Bradley Ogden from Caesars Palace.
This is a recipe I found in the Christmas Day in the Las Vegas Review Journal, from the recipes of Chef Bradley Ogden from Caesar's Palace. The pudding can be prepared the day before and reheated before serving. To serve top with eggnog ice cream or the ice cream of your choice.
To make sure the greens are wilted before eating(covering the greens with a hot dressing only partially accomplishes this), drop them into a pot of boiling water. Let tand for 5 - 10 minutes. Then drain leaves, pouring off juice.
This is a Moosewood recipe. It is a standard vegetable stock and will work in any recipe that calle s for stock. It is light in color and mild in flavor. If you use mushrooms in the recipe the color will be a little darker.
This recipe came from a Moosewood recipe book. This flavored broth needs only some tender young bok choy or snow peas, sliced seasoned tofu, and a splash of soy sauce to become a delightful soothing, and light soup.