I got this recipe from a good friend and have fixed it several times, it is always a big hit. Notes: Prep time is actual hands on time, it needs to sit overnight and take out of refrigerator 30 min. before baking. I have fixed this without cubing bread and it works fine. Also, you may wish to decrease cream cheese to 1 package instead of two. I have fixed it both ways. I think 1 package is plenty.
This recipe comes from "Simply Classic" by The Junior League of Seattle. It is great for hot summer days, fix it in the morning and dinner is ready whenever you are. I double the amount of currants called for and sometimes leave out the chicken, it is equally good with or without it. It says it serves 6, but I find it serves much more than that, it makes a large amount! The one hour cooking time is for the minimum chill time.
I got this recipe from Bon Appetit Magazine in 1979, and have been making them ever since. They are the easiest biscuits to make and turn out perfectly every time. Bonus, there's no messy shortening to mess with!
Original recipe came from Relish Magazine in the newspaper; I have changed the amounts to make it more manageable for the home cook. This salsa is hot, remove seeds and inner membranes of peppers for a milder flavor or use less hot peppers. The peppers can be adjusted to your own personal taste. This is the best salsa I've ever eaten and a great way to use some of those summer tomatoes.
This is a Thai recipe from "The Best of Gourmet 2000". I found it a bit salty, so if you try it, you may want to cut the fish sauce in half, but we really enjoyed it. It is very simple and fast to make. You can marinate the steaks up to 3 hours. Prep time is excluding the marinating time.
I got the original recipe from Cooking Club of America. I changed the amounts due to my personal tastes as you may do. It doesn't HAVE to be refrigerated overnight, the only time I do that is just for my convienience. Amounts on salad ingredients may be adjusted or left out according to what you like. This is a great pasta salad and I'm always asked for the recipe when I take it to a potluck. Try it, you won't be sorry!8 (1 1/2-cup) servings.
This is one of those "comfort food" type recipes. I really can't remember which cookbook it came from, it belonged to my mother and I got it years ago. It's pretty easy to fix with ingredients usually on hand.
This is a really easy recipe that looks and tastes like it took hours to make. It calls for wild mushrooms, but you can use any or a mixture of whatever is in season. If you can't find the pastry squares, you may use the round ones that have the removeable tops.