My husband and I often go to "the hill" in St. Louis. It is an Italian neighborhood featuring some of the best restaurants and little Italian grocers. For our anniversary we went to LoRusso's Cucina and my DH order Tenderloin Mudega. He LOVED his meal and said it was the best thing he'd ever eaten. To my surprise they posted their recipe online. The cheese used at the restaurant is "provel" but I think that is only found in St. Louis. You can substitute any white, mild cheese you'd like. Here it is for all of us to make at home. I can't wait to surprise him with this one!!!
I just whipped this up with what I had on hand. I kept in warm in my crockpot and my poker buddies loved it! It's an expensive and easy way to feed a picky crowd. I'm sure it would be a kid pleaser too!
I just threw this together for a party last night. It was a huge hit!!! I've seen other variations and I made this with what I had on hand. My DH and his friends devoured them so I'm sure they'll be requested again! Also, I used low-fat cream cheese and ranch dressing and no one knew! Oh, and feel free to add in other things like diced black olives, green onions, etc.
This recipe came from a low-cal cook book. It surprisingly moist and flavorful! I have served it with a whipped cinnamon butter for those that aren't concerned with being healthy. I've also served it with light whipped cream as low-fat dessert. Try it!
These green beans are a requested dish for every holiday! They are quite unhealthy, but are always the first side dish to disappear! It sounds like tons of green beans, but they do reduce as they cook.
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