Lefse is a traditional soft Norwegian flatbread made out of potatoes and cooked on a griddle. I like it with butter and cinnamon-sugar, or use it to roll up lutefisk and mashed potatoes in.
My grandfather emigrated here from Norway when he was small, and I am enamored with all things Norwegian!
Cheesy, meaty, tomato-ey, and all-around yummy.... I created this when my hubby announced we were having company and I didn't have time to go to the store! Most of the ingredients can be found in your own fridge, larder, or pantry!
Tried looking for a recipe on recipezaar for goulash, but couldn't find the true thing. This is the real deal. That crock-pot mess with ground beef, tomatoes, and mushy macaroni is NOT goulash. Whoever started that idea or started calling it that should be ashamed of themselves.
Real Goulash has NO tomatoes... the red-orange flavor comes from Hungarian Paprika.
--adapted from June Meyer's recipe-- thanks!
My name is Leah, but I am not "Mama Leah" Mama Leah is a New York Jewish woman who has a restaurant and a cookbook, I believe. Cold Beet Borscht is a staple of Eastern European Jewish food. All recipes vary, each offering a little something different. This one is served cold with a hot potato in it. Truly meatless for those vegetarian folks.. The unique blend of hot and cold is something different, that I enjoy.
Also splendid on a hot day.
(Came from Mama Leah's Jewish Kitchen"
hint: wear old clothes or an apron when preparing beets! THEY STAIN!
I LOVE the classic Arnold Palmer drink, however my husband is diabetic and I limit the amount of sugar I consume. So I took the classic Arnold Palmer recipe and tweaked it to make it friendly for those who are diabetic and those who are on a sugar-free diet! Makes a refreshing summer drink!
This is my favorite soup in the whole wide world. I have tried lots of recipes and have liked some, and have been disappointed by many. I like a lot of rice in my soup, it makes it nice and thick. So, to take the guesswork out, I created my own! I am a purist when it comes to this soup... no frills, and just a little spiciness! I make so much of it my hubby jokes that one day I will turn into a pot of lemon soup!
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