Found on Elizabeth Baird's Blog, this is a Syrian version of hummus made with whole chickpeas in Madhur Jaffrey’s World Vegetarian. Rather than pureed hummus, this is a chickpea salad accented with garlic and lemon, as in hummus, but with the addition of chopped tomatoes and flat leaf parsley.
From Elizabeth Baird's blog, an easy hummus with variations. Apparently, putting the garlic in the food processor can make it bitter, so stir in finely chopped or crushed garlic after processing. Variations are noted at recipe bottom.
A flavourful pizza dough that I often make ahead and refrigerate (can be frozen as well). Using the bread machine makes homemade pizza crust extremely easy! I use this dough for flatbread for bruschetta, as well. This recipe makes two 12" thin crust pizzas, one 14" thick crust pizza, or one 15x10" thin crust "party" pizza. You can make this a wheat crust by using half whole wheat and half white flour. (Prep time does not include bread machine processing time.)
I came up with this cookie today, looking for something decadent yet simple - this was the result. It was called evil, unbelievable, and outstanding... I guess I was successful! Option: You can make triple chocolate pecan brownie cookies by adding one cup of pecans instead of semi-sweet chocolate chips.
I used to buy these breakfast "pitas" from the grocery store, but figured out how to make them at home - for a heck of alot less. They're more like small, flatbreads, and I slice them in half, toast them, and spread them with peanut butter, honey, or jam. Yum! They're not very sweet, as there isn't much sugar in them.
I first tried corn chowder at the Sheridan Guildford in Saskatoon, SK, Canada, and absolutely loved it. This is the closest recipe I've found to the decadent yumminess of the soup. Funny thing is, I never thought I'd like corn chowder, and tried it because I spent so much time there that I became sick of the rest of the menu. Am I glad I did! Enjoy!
An earthy, delicious soup that's very easy to make. This is a recipe that originally came from The Enchanted Broccoli Forest that I modified to include mushrooms and less milk. For the stock, I prefer to use Basic Light Vegetable Stock, recipe #56479. Enjoy!!
This is a great recipe - I brought these cookies to a get together, and they were gone really fast, with requests for the recipe. They're flexible because you can use smooth or crunchy peanut butter, as well. Enjoy!