A nice change for Christmas Day or New Year's from the ordinary mincemeat pie.The custard and mincemeat combined create a pleasing taste and texture.This is delicious served cold garnished with dollops of whipped cream sprinkled with nutmeg.If a purchased pie crust is used the prep time will be reduced.
This side dish is delicious with almost anything but it goes especially well with barbequed meats. If you like a little heat to your sautes, throw in a hot pepper as well.This is also good using just green peppers.
This is one of the nicest pasta dishes I've ever eaten.The balance of the ingredients allow all the flavours to come through without any singular one dominating .This is a favourite that I am repeatedly asked to bring to buffet dinners.
I got this dessert recipe from my sister who has a catering business and this is one of her best sellers. It makes a spectacular finale to a special meal.It's a lightly lemon flavoured cake filled and frosted with a tangy lemon mousse and topped with sweetened lemon slices and fresh raspberries.Don't let the length of the recipe intimidate you, the steps can be divided over a couple of day.
I fill my cookie jar frequently with these delicious cookies. They're a perfect treat for an afternoon cup of coffee or to tuck into a loved one's lunch. If you don't care for raisins, these cookies are equally good without them.
I got this recipe from another cooking site and it's one of my family's favourites. The chops come out moist and tender with a buttery, crispy coating. I use 1/2" thick chops for this recipe but any type will do with a simple adjustment in the cooking time.
What could be better than a fudgey brownie topped with chocolate chip cookie dough! Don't worry, there are no eggs in the cookie dough, but you won't miss them. After presenting my chocolate chip cookie dough loving neighbour with a plate of these, her only response was "Heavenly!"
Looking for something different from the same old pumpkin pie? This is a wonderful alternative! How about a pastry shell filled with a creamy layer of cheesecake, a layer of sweet and spicy pumpkin,and topped off with a crunchy pecan praline topping.Absolutely the best!
This recipe is very adaptable; use more or less of the herbs listed, or substitute for the ones you like. This fish dish always comes out perfect, but because of the high temperature, watch it closely so it doesn't over-cook. These are great served with a slice of lemon.
A wonderful salad with a multitude of flavours and textures. If you don't care for currants, raisins or dried apricots work equally well. I use half currants and half apricots in this recipe if I have them both on hand.
This is one of my favourite ways to serve salmon.I often serve this to dinner guests with green beans almondine and a rice pilaf; fast, easy and elegant. Great for a week night meal too.The prep time includes the marinating of the fish.