Eggs-In-A-Bag, this has got to be the easiest and tastiest way I've ever found to prepare breakfast, or even just a snack. Each person prepares their own with the particular omelet ingredients that they prefer. Recipe is for each serving.
An easy company recipe. Many Flank Steak recipes call for marinating and cooking before carving. You get much more flavor by slicing first and it stays moist through the cooking process on the BBQ. It's quick and delicious.
This recipie was in the local newspaper last week and it looked so good I had to try it. It's Great! The melding of lemon, oregano, garlic and olive oil can't be beat when applied to shrimp on the BBQ.
I have been using this recipie for 30 years and have always had positive comments by those who have tried it. It is not a whimpy dressing, so I hope you like garlic (which can be increased for you hard core cooks).
If you're not sure you like Lamb, try barbecuing it as it takes on a whole different flavor. My favorite marinade is very simple, and it is similar in taste to those petite lamb chops you get at the fancy Greek restaurants. Try this - you'll love it!
Rib Steak is the best! (but it can be improved upon). This recipe, adapted from a Montreal restaurant, is an alternative method of preparing Rib Steak that incorporates lots of garlic and lots of black pepper (which is not as hot as it looks). You will Love it.
The taro root, avilable in most supermarkets, is cultivated in many areas of the world including West Africa, Asia, Central America, South America and the Caribbean and Polynesian islands. It is a starchy tuber vegetable that looks like, and can be used similar to, a potato but has a nuttier flavor. Deep fried, they cook faster and taste better.
Pebre is a tangy Chilean condiment that makes a great beef marinade and an even better pasta sauce or chip dip. There are lots of variations out there, but this one is quick and simple, and accentuates the great flavors of Cilantro and Parsley.
This is a far better use for a cucumber than a lettuce salad. I have visited Turkey, the country of origin for this recipie, and find that this recipie is in keeping with the great tastes that Turkey has to offer in food preparation.