My husband's Christmas party was catered by L'Auberge du Lac and this was the best dessert served out of many. It has a strong hint of the liquor, and a gooey chocolate taste, almost like a perfectly undercooked brownie with the pecan bits inside. Absolutely delicious, it was a phenomenal hit, served at room temperature without topping. I found the recipe posted on our local news site by the pastry chef who catered the event, Bill Foltz.
After having a few too many of these one night when a friend was bartending, I had to start making them to serve for guests. It is very blueberry but with a citrus tartness and the proper amount of vodka makes them TDF. Outback uses their own "citrus blend" however, I find that Tom Collins mix is almost an exact substitute. Enjoy!
This recipe was thrown together to try to mimic a hybrid between spinach dip & spinach Madeleine, but slightly less rich so it would be a suitable side vegetable without being overpowering. I think the cheeses would be interchangeable with almost any, I used what I had on hand. Monterrey Jack would probably be a great substitute for the italian blend cheeses
This recipe is a spicy & hearty soup with a tex-mex taste. I was looking for a filling, good-enough-to-be-a-meal soup that was big on taste and light on fat/dairy. It is best when served with all the garnishes so that each bite has a slightly different mix of the fresh flavor. It can be easily modified to be vegetarian/vegan by using vegetable broth (or base) and soy cheese.
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