Another great recipe from the Silver Palate. I lived in Greece for four years and dolmades were one of my favorite foods. These are delicious hot or cold. Get your family to help you roll these up - it's fun!
These are delicious with macadamia nuts, but are also very good with the more traditional pecans or walnuts. This recipe is less sweet than some muffin recipes - which I think makes them perfect for breakfast. Try them plain, or cut in half and toast in a toaster oven with butter.
This is a delicious, easy, homemade mac & cheese recipe. I originally found it on a freezer-cooking website. But I could never freeze any of it - it gets eaten too fast! It's great for potlucks; kids and adults all love it.
This recipe is from Threadgill's restaurant in Austin, Texas. It's the most delicious way to serve spinach! I've found it freezes very well after baking - I spoon 4 servings into quart-size freezer bags. Then when I want to serve, I let it defrost in the fridge for a day, spoon it into a microwave dish and reheat. It's just as good as the first time around.
Yummy variation on party mix. For garlic and dill lovers. You can substitute Chex corn or rice cereal for the Crispix - I decide between Chex and Crispix based on what's on sale. NOTE: Based on feedback received, in Jan. 09 I reduced the amount of garlic powder to 1/2 tsp. It is still plenty of garlic flavor but not as overpowering. :)
This is addictive, and easy to make. You can make substitutions based on your own preferences. For example, I have used Captain Crunch Peanut Butter cereal instead of the Cocoa Puffs. You could substitute Cocoa Crisp cereal for the Rice Krispies for an even chocolate-ier taste.
If you're looking for an update to the classic green bean casserole, this is it. It's very fresh tasting. Adapted from a Penzey's spice catalog from several years ago. The cooking sherry is optional, but it really adds to the flavor.
I discovered this recipe while searching for a clone of the cranberry bars from a famous coffee house. These are nothing like those - they're better! I found this recipe in the December 2003 issue of Good Housekeeping.