I first got this recipe from a "Food Day" that we had in junior high Spanish class. Someone brought this dish, and the mushrooms disappeared. No one could believe they had anchovies - a food that has such negative connotations!
My family could not stop talking about how good this soup was! It came from Cuisine at Home: Splendid Soups. It recommended serving with Shoestring French Fries and chopped pickles. After making it, we also had the idea that it would be great served over toasted hamburger buns or biscuits.
This recipe came from a summer issue of Bon Appetit. It is amazingly delicious! However, I will caution you, part of the reason it tastes like gold is because it is worth that after all the zesting and juicing. I will reiterate, try it at least once, it's delicious!
I don't remember where I found this recipe. My grandmother, who is a chocoholic, loved it! The chocolate wafer cookies may or may not be difficult to find. If you can't find them, oreos with the filling removed may be used.
This is a recipe from Body & Soul Magazine. My Mom made it for me when I wasn't feeling well. At first sip, I didn't care for it, but by the end of the glass I loved it! Others who have tried it have said the same, at first you wonder; but then it's great. The article said that red/pink grapefruits are high in lycopene and vitamins A and C. They also offer potassium and folate.
I think I first got this recipe off the back of a bag of shredded cheese. Feel free to add or subtract according to your tastes. Other possibilites to add could be ranch dressing, sour cream, bleu cheese, green onion...
Looking through my great-grandmother's recipe collection, I came upon a newspaper clipping from 1942. During the war-time rationing of meat, Pillsbury put out a recipe for an all-in-one dinner, utilizing their flour, as a means of making meat go further. I've listed the ingredients and instructions as they are found in the original, putting my notes in brackets. Have fun; it's delicious!