I love mac and cheese but wanted to dress up my old comfort food stand-by for company. After a few tries, this is what I came up with. Simple comfort food meets elegance and sophistication. Hope you enjoy it as much as me and my guests.
I've started infusing vinegars and now I'm experimenting with their uses. I find that substituting the infused vinegar in place of regular ones add a whole new dimension to the basic recipes.
Cook time is marinating time.
I love portabello mushrooms and wanted to make a simple but elegant sauce to pair with my Parmesan-Pesto Crusted Flounder and came up with this. Of course the boy-child loved the fish but snubbed the sauce (ah-well he's got no taste)
My son loves fried flounder but I wanted something a little more elegant and grown-up than breaded flounder but still very simple and this filled the bill!
I served this with my Honey & Balsamic Portabello Mushrooms as a sauce to go with it.
If you are looking to impress someone with a wonderful dinner, this is the way to go.
This is an elegant yet quick and simple dinner to serve and have them looking for more. I usually serve this with a salad, asparagus and baked sweet potatoes.
My Dad always made a mean lentil soup and finally I decided to make a batch of my own. It's different from my Dad's (on purpose) and ever so YUMMY!! It didn't last long enough to make the spaetzles to eat with it!
We have always enjoyed fruit and salads combined with cheese and it just seemed natural to convert this into a delicious summer time (or any time) meal!
I finally convinced my best friend to try this for dinner instead of starving to lose weight; she was hooked and lost weight!
I love almost and combination of bananas and berries. This can also be made with strawberries, blackberries or blueberries. This recipe makes 4 breads or a whole lotta muffins. This way I get to freeze a bunch and always have some on hand!