Little cucumber "cups" filled with spinach mixture and served chilled. Taken from a local community cookbook "Pass the Plate" from Christ Episcopal Church (New Bern, North Carolina). Cooking time is refrigeration time.
A different way to serve portobello mushrooms...filled with pasta! A recipe for the grill. Taken from BH&G. Note: the gills on the underside of the mushroom caps can discolor the other ingredients in this recipe, that's the reasoning behind scraping them away with a spoon. Updated: FYI, I "grilled" the mushrooms and romatoes on my George Foreman and they came out fantastic...this is now officially an "any season" recipe!
I remember buying these at bake sales on Saturday mornings with my mom. I just came across this recipe in a local cookbook and want to preserve until I can make them. Cooking time does not include refrigeration time.
Dough to make your own pierogies. I have then provided filling options that you can choose from, depending on what kind of mood you are in! Don't let the long directions deter you...I've included a lot of options for these babies!
Found in Good Housekeeping magazine, but originated in the "Not Your Average Joe's" restaurant located in Needham, Mass. Serve with crusty bread for dipping, but also delicious over vegetables. Can be used for salad dressing if you add a little balsamic vinegar. Very versatile!