This is an old Bon Appetit recipe. It doesn't take long to make but I usually only make it for special occasions. This takes the lonely pork chop to a whole new level. (Use 3/4 t. of dried sage for fresh if needed)
Great use for an inexpensive cut of pork. Pork shoulder or pork butt. I finally got my kids to eat black beans because they were too busy spooning it in they didn't notice them. You could also top this with a corn bread crust. Truly, out of the ordinary recipe!
A meatless alternative for a satisfying supper.
Only 4 ingredients! This will become a standard quick meal in your home. Don't be put off by the anchovy. Give it a try. I use cheese or cheese and mushroom tortellini.
Mushroom lovers dream! Prep in advance and re-heat dressing just before serving. Be prepared to pass out the recipe. I got the recipe from some upscale foodie magazine. Use a mixture of exotic mushrooms or button mushrooms.
Can be stuffed with any deli meat or cheese and you can use spinach and even hard boiled eggs! The texture is very different from meatloaf which could be considered a second cousin. My family looks forward to it every time. I serve it with buttered orzo pasta and peas.
A great crowd pleaser, perfect for Superbowl Sunday. It is light, crunchy, spicy and different from other pasta salads. I've used this recipe for surprise birthday parties to baby showers to summer barbecues. I got this from Cold Pasta by James McNair. DON'T BE PUT OFF BY THE LIST OF INGREDIENTS. Please read through entire recipe for garnishes not listed in ingredients. Enjoy.
We were camping with limited ingredients and came up with this. It was originally for the kids but once the adults tried it it became "gourmet". This can be grilled on a low heat or baked. I also use whole, cut-up chickens. It makes a great party dish and can be spiced up with hot sauce.
No canned soup in this version! I improvised on a recipe I found in the 1968 copy of New Casserole Cookery,by Marian Tracy, a casserole pioneer who published her first book in 1941. Bacon, as always, takes this recipe over the top.
Fast, easy and so good for you. The red wine brought the taste of the kale to a whole new level! Our family is new to kale and really loving it. Enough to grow lots of it in our garden this spring. This recipe came from Rachel Ray.
An unusual Christmas morning casserole. If you love cheese this is the recipe for you. Serve it with a selection of several jams, sour cream or flavored syrups. You can put it together the night before and slid into the oven before you start opening presents.
One of my best gargage sale find was a cake mold that has 6 individual bundt pans. You can still buy them new but they are pricey.
I have used it to make gingerbread cake too.
This is impressive to serve at a holiday meal. Also, an unusual gift.
This is a family treat. I usually make a beef tenderloin Christmas Eve and use the scrapes of tenderloin that I've cut off the main meat to make this dish. The tarragon with the rich gravy helps to marry this dish together.
It was a cold night in St. Augustine, Fl. when I made this one up. I was working as a cocktail waitress at a place called Scarlet O'Hara's and was responsible for the front porch customers. Needless to say I had to think of some way to keep warm! The name came easily, it makes you feel warm and fuzzy just like a teddy bear.