I found this in the flier at the local co-op. Putting it here so I don't lose it. Description reads "..This vegetarian version of a popular West African dish features a spicy peanut and tomato sauce that is often made with chicken or beef, and served over rice or couscous". I plan to try this without the cayenne.
Found in "Better Homes & Gardens: Favorite Bars & Cookies" that I found at a yardsale. This recipe jumped out at me immediately. I think it is one of the most impressive cookie recipes I've ever made. I've shortened the steps, as I don't think the level of presentation they ask for is needed. Enjoy!
A dear friend of mine gave me this recipe. Her mother made this for their family while she was growing up. Amazing soup with a surprisingly meaty texture and beautiful color. Wow! Even cooler? The variations she suggested. I've tried the Baghdadi variation - and I can't imagine the other ones being anything less than marvelous. This is THE lentil soup recipe I use now.
As a disclaimer, I have not made this yet. Taken from "Prize Winning Recipes". The ones I've tried from here have been great (and they should be, these recipes are prize winners!). This looks very decadent, and I think for myself I'd stuff this into a pita, or serve with salad and crusty bread. I imagine most of you would want to make this over rice. Enjoy!
Blackened veggies and salsas make me think summer! Found in Pampered Chef's "Cooking for Two or More". What a lovely recipe, which sounds much more complicated than it actually is! The salsa makes the dish.
I'm a confessed waffle lover. I found this in "Favorite Recipes: Quaker Oat Bran", and haven't had a chance to try it yet - mainly because I keep forgetting about this itty bitty cookbook. Looks great, and maybe someone else here will enjoy it too!
I haven't tried this yet. Definitely looks like it has potential. Found in "Favorite Recipes: Quaker Oat Bran". The description says that "plenty of ice is the key to this perfect cold and creamy drink". Use with your favorite fruit!
Taken from "Favorite Recipes: Quaker Oat Bran", which I found in an impressive sized stack of cookbooks that my mom gave me. Wish she had tried some of these on us! At any rate, this stuff is great on vanilla yogurt - or whatever else you might dream up.