I saw this cocktail listed on an old speakeasy menu on Ken Burn's documentary "Prohibition". I decided to research it. There are various versions of the recipe. It was named for His Highness Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, the son of Queen Victoria.
Straightforward mac n cheese made w/ a white sauce and using plain yogurt in the recipe and reserved cheese topping. I left out salt on this and let ea. person add their own salt and extra pepper at the table. Also, I freshly grate my nutmeg and use NY State Cheddar. This is a starting point for mac and cheese. Some embellish it with tomato, other cheeses, onion, green or sweet red peppers, buttered bread crumbs or cracker topping etc. I adapted it from "Now....Your'e Cooking" website.
This recipe came from the Barefoot Contessa and I have made it several times. It's very creamy and satisfying. If you are going to make it with the fresh banana slices, you must eat it the same day. I always use 1% milk, because I never have whole milk on hand. The stir-ins, fruits, nuts, are flexible, whatever you like, and whatever you have on hand.
This clam dip was made every Christmas by my Dad, Charlie, and it is very rich and can be quite addicting. He made it ahead of time and chilled it. It needs to sit out just a bit after being refrigerated, so you don't break your chip.
I adapted this recipe on allrecipes posted by Barbara Harris. I like it because it's easy and takes approx. 30 mins. to bake. I don't like alot of seasonings on my fries, so I omit the cayenne. No fuss, no muss. They do not, however, turn out really golden and crispy if you are looking for this result.
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