Using zucchini was always a challenge at hom in PA Dutch country. This delightful dessert pie has a tropical flair! Don't let the ingredient list scare you away. I have served this to people who don't like squash and they never know if you don't tell them. If using zucchini squash, peel the green first for the best disguise.
This is our favorite of many wonderful burger recipes found in "Burger Meisters", a cookbook put together by Marcel Desaulniers. If you like this or prefer burgers with other types of meats (fish, rabbit, turkey...) you may want to check out the recipe book.
This was the result of a very poorly followed recipe. We were pleasantly surprised with the result and will be checking out local Weight Watchers groups tomorrow. The asparagus can be either fresh or frozen. I used frozen and that worked out just fine. Also, if you like more heat, increase the amount of chili paste.
Known as "Kokt Torsk" in Norway. this recipe was submitted by Dagny Taranger from Frekhaug, Norway and Gerd Doroshuk of Dauphin, Manitoba. It was included in the Extending the Table Cookbook and is posted here for ZWT6.
Not too "eggy" and just the right flavors. Make it the night before and bake in the morning. Our preferences include maple-flavored sausage and Schreiber's American cheese. These make an exquisite morning casserole.
This recipe was submitted by Mrs. Skov for use in the Silver Anniversary Edition of the International Food Fair Cookbook. It has been posted for the Zaar World Tour 6. (note: yield is estimated as it depends on the size of the cookies that you cut.)
This sounds like a great way to use day-old tortillas. This is a flexible recipe where you can add leftover vegetables and cooked meat to the tomato sauce and eggs. From Extending the Table. Submitted for ZWT3
This recipe started from the back of a Thai Kitchen curry paste jar. A few modifications and I lost my main reason for wanting to go out for Thai. Now we can have it whenever we want in the comfort of home. Use chicken or beef or eliminate the meat and use your favorite vegetables. This is a versatile and tasty recipe.
If you don't like seafood this isn't for you. This is a rich dish laden with a variety of seafood and what a combination it is! I found this dish in the Colonial Williamsburg Cookbook and it will forever be one of our favorites.
Use Sippits as an alternative to spoons to make cream soups a filling and fun meal. This is our version which works well. For the best taste when using cooking spray, use butter-flavored or garlic-flavored cooking spray. Sippits are best when toasted well so they are crispy but not too dark.