I saw this recipe....in Everyday Rachael Ray Mag March/2009..simple ingredients, had them all on hand...made a wonderful pot of soup!!
Only thing we missed....no crusty bread to dip in bowl....next time ........
Found in Everyday with Rachael Ray March/2009.
It is recommended to eat with fried polenta.
Posted for safe keeping!!
update: I made this recipe last week end...served it with polenta...DH went wild for it! Delicious and Rich!
I orginally (years ago) found a recipe in a Hidden Valley Ranch dressing flyer...but I've added so many ingredients (my own touches) to it...
I make this when we are expecting a crowd. Time doesn't include chilling time. I usually toss this together the day before event.
I found this recipe in Gourmet/January 2009.
I want to incorporate more meatless meals in our regular menus this year.
This one is going to be tried for sure!! The original recipe calls for 3/4 cup of olive oil + more for drizzle at the end.
This is a plan ahead dish, needs time for soaking beans.
I found this recipe in the Gourmet Magazine Oct/2008.
Sounds like truly comfort food!!
It accompanied a wonderful article about Clementine Paddleford, if you get a chance read it!!
I will update once I have made it. (also going to try and cut some of the fat).
When I was taught to make Carnitas, the wonderful Woman told me it HAD to be simmered in lard. YES it was very good, but not too good for you :(
I have experimented and came up with one that suits DH and my tastes (also lifestyle....crockpot!!) This recipe makes alot, but freezes very well. I put it in ziploc bags and just grab one out of the freezer for tacos, burritos and it also makes great taco salads!