A dear friend loaned me a copy of "Miriam's Kitchen" in which the author describes her MIL's cooking. One dish that fascinated me was Egg Salad with fried onions, since all the egg salads I had ever had had raw onions. One taste and I was hooked. Over time I added a few things. I hope you enjoy this yummy comfort food!
I found this recipe on the Elite website several years ago. It makes the most wonderful rich, dense, fudgy brownies!! You'd never guess they weren't "regular" brownies. You can also make this in an 8" cake pan for a truly decadent cake.
After a hectic few weeks of sandwiches and energy bars, I was longing for some "real food." So I started chopping and this is the result. My toughest critic, aka Mr. Wonderful, fell in love all over again. (We'll have to do this more often!)
Ridiculously simple preparation with incredibly elegant flavor. Like a vacation to a slower, more gentle time. Just picture yourself on the porch of an old Victorian mansion. This cake is lovely with a cup of tea, or some lavender lemonade.
Bright, sassy flavors make this salad a delight. Awesome with the Serbian Pumpernickle #142857! For the most authentic flavor, please don't shortcut the dressing; please make it the day before so the flavors meld properly. This carries my Serbian DIL's seal of approval!
The only problem with Pink Perfection Juice #29571 by Mirj is that it disappeared way too quickly. It is awesome; we love it! However, throw a pineapple into the mix and what happens next is magic on the tastebuds.
If you're allergic to potatoes (or just don't like them) here is a colorful and tasty rendition for Hanukkah time or anytime throughout the year. Finish with the traditional sour cream if you like. Serve hot as either a main dish or side tonight ... stuff one into a pita for a quick lunch tomorrow.
Assembled super quick with the aid of a food processor, this recipe can baked in the oven or crock pot. Measurements are flexible so you can have more of what you like. Great as a vegetarian entree or as a fancy side dish.
Having recently discovered an allergy to tomatoes sent my Italian world into a tailspin. How would I ever survive?? Here is a wonderful, nourishing, comfort-food soup that I put together that eased my sense of deprivation. The amounts are very flexible, plus I've given directions on how to add tomatoes if you "must".
The idea for this recipe came from the booklet for my bread machine. With various tweakings it became "my" claim to bread making fame. Although I make a 6-braid challah from the dough, it could just as easily be baked off as sandwich bread.