Make too many waffles next time, and freeze the leftovers for this yummy treat. I heat my waffle in the toaster oven or toaster for this, but you don't need to do that. NOTE: I'm submitting this as 'gluten-free' because I use gluten-free waffles. Do a search on 'gluten-free waffles' for my recipe. They're much better than store-bought and better than their gluten-containing counterpart.
"From the Brown Derby Cookbook..." is where the newspaper said it came from. I haven't tried this yet, but I intend to. Maybe one of the more experienced Chef's here can explain to me why a mixture of oils instead of just one oil is beneficial. I was looking for a Cobb Salad Dressing recipe when I found this one. The paper said Brown Derby used this dressing on their Cobb Salad. I'm interested to try it because I'm always looking for good homemade salad dressings. Keeping my fingers crossed that it's a good one!!!
This is one of the ways my husband prepares salmon. He's hard to nail down, because he just cooks without a recipe. I got it this time, due to my excellent skills of observation. LOL I put "0" for cook time because that will depend on the fish, and, of course, the marinade isn't cooked.
This is my favorite 'tomato-as-a-side-dish' recipe. It adds color to your plate, great flavor, and depending on what crumbs you use, can be low-fat (low-fat cheese works well, too), and can take on a variety of flavors.
Credit goes to Melissa Diane Smith, author of "Going Against the Grain" for this recipe. Her book is filled with interesting information, a good read! Not to mention all the good recipes in the last part of the book! : )