I found this recipe on the back of Gold Medal "Best for Bread" flour, which credits it to Rose Levy Beranbaum's book "The Bread Bible". Easy to make and the potential add-ins are endless. My favorite is adding a head of roasted garlic. A very hearty bread. Prep time includes dough rising.
This recipe came from a Southern gal who obviously knows her food. She wrote on the recipe "the basis for a good fried turkey is the rub." I must say I agree with her on this one, this is the only way we cook our turkey now. The rub and injection are a great combination--I guarantee a moist, flavorful bird. Cooking times are estimated based on the size of your bird.
This is a great alternative to the traditional meat or cheese enchiladas. It originally came from a restaurant called Villa Creek in No Cal. You can use tomatillo sauce off the shelf, but I don't think it's as good then. This can be frozen after assembly for use later and is worth the time required to make it.
My cousin shared this recipe with me after we had the sauce at a restaurant on Coronado Island. I've never made it at home, but know I enjoyed it at the restaurant. My cousin's advice: don't count the calories in this!!!!!
There's a lot of similarly titled recipes on this site, but none quite like this. This came from one of those "make ahead" cookbooks and is great for a quick weeknight meal. The orange marmalade is the key. Can be put together and frozen for later.
Similar to RandyK's recipe--my grandmother adapted this from Avanti's restaurant in Peoria, IL. Rolls can be made round or long for more of a sub sandwich. This is worth every minute of the "rise" time.
This is a recipe from one of Madhur Jaffrey's books. I was looking for a different way to get my husband to eat lean meats and this worked (even though he did still put it on a bun). I served it with rice and Korean dipping sauce and it was yummy--no leftovers and even the kids ate some!!!!!
This recipe was created simply because my garden was overflowing with leeks and I needed to use up some baby portabellas. We served it over grilled chicken breasts, but it would go well with any type of meat--or maybe even a pasta sauce!! Enjoy.
Thes recipe originated in Mario Batali's NASCAR cookbook. I've changed it slightly to boil the wings before grilling for less fat and more "fall off the bone" tender. These have a kick, but not as hot as buffalo wings. The recipe orginally adds a white BBQ sauce traditional in Alabama. I personally didn't care for that portion of the recipe, but I'm sure there's a good one posted somewhere on Zaar.
This is a good summer potato recipe--grilling the potato pieces vs. cooking them in the oven. The heat of the grill caramelizes the potato nicely and since they're already mostly cooked, burning them is less likely. Th seasonings could be varied to whatever suits you.