An UNBELIEVABLE NY recipe from Sheila Lukins' book, Celebrate! I love this recipe- as does everyone who tries it. The tomatoes are such a fresh compliment, the olives are nice and salty and the tang of the balsamic is just divine. You will certainly, absolutely, without a doubt, LOVE this steak!!! *Note, in her book, Sheila Lukins recommends broiling the steaks-- we love to grill them, but do your magic to the meat and enjoy it how you like it!
This NON-EDIBLE recipe is named after the strange material that falls from the sky in Dr. Seuss' book, Bartholomew and the Oobleck.
It's a really fun recipe to be used as a science experiment of sorts with young children. ----Is it a solid? ---- Is it a liquid? **It's a liquid until pressure is applied. Hit it hard and it feels like you are hitting a wall! Touch it gently and the material will flow around your fingers like water! **Have fun using different utensils to play- see what form it takes while using different cups, spoons, bowls, etc.
A fun, kid-friendly version of green eggs and ham to enjoy while reading the ever-so-famous Dr. Seuss' book, Green Eggs and Ham. A great recipe to share with your child's classroom teacher or to cook with your child. Enjoy!
I found this recipe in March, 2008 edition of Food and Wine Magazine. I am a Meyer Lemon enthusiast and cannot wait to try this fantastic sounding recipe. - I have never made homemade gnocchi before (LOTS of steps, but looks like a fun/rewarding experiment!), so if anyone tries this before I do, please share your thoughts! Enjoy!
*A potato ricer is needed for this recipe.
YUMMMMM..... I found this recipe in this month's (February, 08) edition of REAL SIMPLE magazine. These nuggets not only look super delicious (and healthy!) but also look REAL(ly) SIMPLE to make! I can't wait to try them!
A delicious base to a variety of Vietnamese style soups. Recipe from, Cooks Illustrated Soups and Stews. Soooo good.
***A Wonderful base used in my Vietnamese-Style Beef Noodle Soup or my Hot and Sour Noodle Soup with Shrimp and Tomato.
My dad's favorite thing to eat in the world. My grandmother has been making this pie for so many years and it has been a favorite of many, many people. This recipe was published by her church's cookbook- The Cherokee Hills Baptist Church, Cookbook IV, Our Favorite Recipes- Women's Ministry, 2007.
This recipe provides a lovely crispy outside and is fantastic with your favorite rice pilaf. **Update... the "crust" will almost look burnt... don't be alarmed, the dark, crispy bits are delicious!!!! So, so, so good!
My grandma lives in OKC and is a southern cook, through and through. This is a SIMPLE recipe that is so delicious and comforting. -If you like, you could add fresh veggies like broccoli or green beans just before baking.