This comes from the most recent edition of "The Joy of Cooking." Takes a little elbow grease, and you'll need a double boiler. These are the creamiest, richest and most lucious tasting scrambeled eggs I've ever eaten!
Haven't tried this yet but it looks interesting! A little something different for those who are tired of the traditional Lasagna. I would be tempted to add additional layers of cheese, because I love cheese!
These are Oprah's favorite ribs. No stiky sweet sauce here! The ribs are marinated in a dry rub of spices and garlic and jalapeno peppers for 2 days (hence the 2 day Prep time) and slow roasted in a low oven for 8 hours.
The fresh herbs and spice paste form a wonderful crispy "crust" on this roast, while the interior remains meltingly tender. An added bonus...the fresh herbs smell wonderful during the slow roasting process!
Light and fluffy, easy and elegant. This one can be served any time of year, as it calls for frozen strawberries. The 2 minute cook time is for the boiling of the strawberry juice and cornstarch. That's it!
I found this today in the current edition of "USA Weekend". I'm intrigued because it starts with cooked chicken meat and canned broth. If you don't care for hominy you can substitute white beans. This looks like perfect fare for the upcoming Superbowl! From Pam Anderson's "Cook Smart" column.
These are probably the most expensive mashed potatoes you will ever make! I read a review of a restaraunt in NYC that serves this dish, and was intrigued. Found this on epicurious.com. A perfect side dish for a romantic dinner or special event, such as Valentine's Day. Note the recipe only serves 2, if you plan to make more, you may have to take out a second mortgage on the house!
These are very easy to make for a buffett or appetizer party. I usually double this, because they go fast! Note: The last time I made these, I fried the bacon after I cut it into thirds until it was almost done, cooled slightly on paper towels then wrapped around the water chestnuts and secured with toothpicks. The sauce was a lot less greasy. I cooked for about 5 minutes less. Enjoy!