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
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 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.
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.
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