Okay, okay I know. True tiramisu uses mascarpone, but just in case your local Safeway or whatever doesn't carry it, which is often the case, this is a good substitute. I used it in Emeril's tiramisu recipe and it came out very nicely. Just thought this might help someone.
This is more a testimony to what happens when 3 guys right out of high-school are living together than an actual recipe. The worst part is when all three work as cooks so don't feel like cooking when they're home, or even going to a grocery store. Parents, when we move out, we really are eating as bad as you thought :)
This recipe is from "Main Course Classics" which has some fabulous recipes. I changed it only slightly and was very happy with the results. There are alot of Thai style chicken basil recipes on here but I didn't see this particular one when searching, it is extremely simple and very good. It can be presented very nicely with fresh basil leaves and a few fresh diced red peppers but I could just eat it straight out of the wok with a spatula. I hope you enjoy this.
This is a delicious recipe, closest type of cuisine I can classify it as is Thai. Regardless, it's a great recipe, of course you have to really like peanuts. It is also good with tofu instead of chicken, just cube the tofu, and add to the peanut sauce directly. Enjoy!
Delicious home-made stroganoff, easy to make (despite the lengthy directions). Can be made fairly low fat by substituting egg-beaters, ground turkey (or lean gr. beef). and light sour cream. Serve with mashed potatoes and green beans.