My girlfriend is a caterer and this is one of her most requested dishes. My DD's always bring some home when they work parties with her and it's on the menu! I hope you enjoy it. Orzo is a greek pasta for those of you who aren't sure of what it is!
I sometimes use jarred, store-bought spaghetti sauce but just have to make it 'mine'. My favorite is the Gia Russa Brand Traditional Sauce but others will work. This is what I do.....................................
My DD and I developed this recipe after trying several that we found and didn't like. This one is perfect for our taste and I hope you like it as well. It makes a great dish and a pretty presentation for company!
This recipe copmes from an Amish cookbook from the great state of Ohio. It has a great flavor and makes it's own gravy that go great on mashed potatoes or stuffing. It's a simple recipe to make and my DH and DD'S love it!
I've had this recipe for at least 20 years and finally tried it last year.......yyyyuuuummmmmmyyyy! It is definitely a 5 star recipe. The filets are cooked on the stove and finished in the oven, you won't believe how wonderful they are!!
I have been chairman of a Christmas Cookie Sale at my church for the past few years and we make literally 20 to 30 thousand cookies to sell. I am always on the look-out for new recipes and this is one of them.
My family loves shrimp toast and when our favorite Chinese Restaurant closed at home we started looking for a good recipe. This one is pretty good, but not the same....I think it has to do with the oil that they use over and over for frying in. You just don't get the same taste at home.
This is an awesome recipe.....it can be used in a variety of ways. I use it at the center of a large antipasto tray surrounded by veggies, cheeses and a variety of italian meats. It is delicious and looks so beautiful. It can serve as a light meal in some instances or just as an appetizer tray before a dinner party. It's pretty impressive to say the least.
Found this in a church cookbook, haven't tried it yet so I am posting it for safe-keeping. As soon as the fall weather arrives in Myrtle Beach I will be trying this! I love squash and this sounds yummy.
This is really great served over buttered biscuits with bacon and eggs for breakfast. The gravy is delicious and everyone raves when I make this! This dish can also be used a main dish gravy if desired. I believe this came from a 'Taste of the South' magazine.
My DH grilled a Prime Rib roast for company dinner last night and I will never cook it any other way, it was perfectly done. Medium on the end cuts and medium-rare in the middle. The secret is to keep the grill temperature at 475* and never peek while it's cooking!!