I saw this once on Everyday Italian with Giada De Laurentiis. I can't find it on food.com but this is how I make it (from memory) and it's delicious so I'm assuming it's almost the same! I change my ingredient amounts every time depending on my mood, so it's all just an estimation.
This is my world famous chicken soup recipe. The secret is in the sweet potato and the cook time. I freeze the leftover liquid and then either use it as chicken stock or use it as a base to start my next chicken soup (yum!). I let this cook all day long because we like it dark, but it's all a matter of personal preference. (keep the cook time in mind for the salt amount--the more cook time, the less salt!) You can vary the vegetables but don't ever leave out the sweet potato!
This is my favorite way to make gefilte fish! It comes out delicious and looks beautiful. I buy the frozen pre-made loaves, but I know there are recipes on recipezaar to make them from scratch if you prefer.
This comes from the Kosher Palette. I have not made it yet but it looks really good! This recipe can also be made as manicotti. Prepare 12 manicotti according to package directions. Stuff with mushroom mixture and top with Goat Cheese Sauce. Garnish with whole chives.
This recipe comes from a little old lady who lives in the old city name Irma Charles, fondly called Bubby Irma by the residents. She is a fantastic cook! I use flounder for this recipe (with a shorter cooking time), but it works with all fish.