My Papa's Garlic Bread
The size of your baguette will determine how much butter and garlic you'll use. My papa uses roughly one head of garlic for each stick of butter.
1 loaf artisan French bread or wide baguette
1 - 2 heads of...
Spring Panzanella Recipe
The bread I used also had walnuts and dried cranberries in it, but I think I'd prefer a seeded whole wheat version. Use whatever you like.
1 lb loaf of hearty, day-old, whole wheat bread into 1-inch cubes
Spring Sunshine Salad
6 to 8 handfuls mixed salad greens or butter lettuce, washed and dried well (I used baby romaine this morning)
1 or 2 medium oranges, torn into pieces, pith removed (I used...
One of my favorite pasttimes is to watch the cooking shows on the tube.... and get ideas on different dishes......Last night I made a dish I saw on ION life TV.....it was a simple vegan dish.....which would make a good lunch or dinner....the ingrediants were a few blubs of...
I've been making my version of tabbouleh for almost 10 years now.I always used the freshest organic parsley, red onion, fresh roma tomato and finely diced English cucumber along with the usual bulgur wheat, lemon juice, extra virgin olive and dried mint (I will use fresh whenever...
Just made this tonight & must admit...I dig it!
Jeweled Zucchini Casserole
2 large zucchini, julienned
1 large yellow squash, julienned
1/2 brick of garlic and basil mozzarella cheese (with real basil in it; this was found at Whole Foods cheese counter); sliced...
My families recipe:
3 xl or 2 jumbo eggs
1 lb of ground beef,
1 lb of ground pork,
1/4 lb of pork liver,
1 v.large Savoy cabbage,
make sure the leafs are NOT broken or cracked when you buy it.
1 large gold onion,
2 pieces of garlic,
1 cup of cooked...
Spring Tabbouleh Recipe
Bulgur comes in different sizes - look for fine or medium bulgur for this recipe. Larger coarse bulgur takes longer to soften up, and you might need to boil it. As you can see in the photo - I stumbled on a single bunch of stunning purple...
I'm not sure what "ethnic" means anymore. Basically, to most of us, it means, "food we are not familiar with," or maybe, "stuff I didn't grow up with." Sure, there are Chinese people who eat and serve certain things, but the food they serve in American apparently cannot be found...