This has always been a crowd pleaser in my home. This is wonderful as an appetizer served on tostadas or even with tortilla chips. Make sure to refrigerate before you serve, it tastes best when very cold. I like to serve on tostadas with a thin layer of mayonnaise for a nice refreshing lunch.
Serve these rustic noodles in place of mashed potatoes with a Thanksgiving dinner, or put them in a turkey carcass soup the day after the feast. Allow a minimum of two hours after cutting for these noodles to dry.
Fantastic bars that have a lot of flexibility. You can adapt the recipe to your liking. Great for hikes, long road trips and camping as they store well and keep fairly long - unless you eat them all! Use any combination of chocolate chips, dried fruit, coconut, pecans, almond slices, or any other tidbits you'd like in a granola bar.
Sweet and salty pancetta is lightly sauteed in butter, then cooked in vodka, tomato sauce and cream to make a rich and flavorful sauce for boiled penne. Grate Parmesan cheese over the top and serve warm.
Pioneers didn't have much, but what they did have they made the best of. This is a cross between dumplings and noodles, uses only 4 ingredients and is a great comfort food. We have never modified it from the original recipe which has been passed in our family I think forever.
You can't have a Danish holiday meal without endless platters of dilled shrimp. Served on a red serving platter, it makes the perfect Christmas dish that will have your guests heaping up pyramids of shrimp on their plates. No Scandinavian buffet would be complete without it!
An accidental masterpiece made from leftovers that is now an all-around favorite. Black beans, canned or frozen corn, avocado, and cottage cheese are just a few ingredients that, while not the prettiest bowl of food in the world, certainly make for one of the tastiest snacks around. Great to keep in the refrigerator for a delicious anytime snack.