This recipe was found in a Cooking with Paula Deen Magazine, but I changed it up just a bit and scaled it down to feed only two. This is a deliciously flavored fried chicken and a real crowd pleaser! --NOTE-- Cooking time includes 30 minute refrigeration time.
I created this recipe to use up the abundance of cucuzza squash I have growing in my garden. Cucuzza is a long green Italian squash with a mild nutty flavor. If you don't have cucuzza, you can substitute zucchini.
I have not tried this recipe yet, but I'm posting it for ZWT III (Caribbean Catagory). This recipe looks realy good and I hope to try it soon. This recipe comes from a cookbook titled, "Jim Walker's Cooking in Barbados".
Vanilla sugar is often used in German baking. It can be used in a recipe as well as give the final touches to cakes, pies and cookies. This recipe is simple to prepare and is great to have on hand when needed.
I've loved these since I was a kid and recently came across the recipe. I searched Zaar with different titles and couldn't find the recipe posted, so decided to post it for everyone to enjoy. For those of you familiar with New Orleans, you will remember the story of Mr. Bingle and the Maison Blanche Department Store. These make wonderful treats for children's birthday parties.
I first ate this wonderful burger while on vacation in Colorado Springs, at a restaurant called Paravicini's Italian Bistro. This is not their recipe, yet my recreation of that delicious burger. Delizioso!
This recipe is almost identical to what I had at an authentic German restaraunt. The recipe comes from "The German Cookbook" by Mimi Sheraton, which I altered slightly. I like to serve it with fried German potatoes and a melody of peas, carrots and corn.
These pig shapped cookies are very popular in all the Mexican bakeries here around Texas. They taste similar to gingerbread, but with a more dense texture. They are one of my favorite breakfast treats with a cup of coffee or a tall glass of milk. This recipe was printed in the Houston Chronicle and comes from a cookbook written by Melissa Guerra, called "Dishes From the Wild Horse Desert".