Delectable home-made egg noodles are a simple matter of flour, salt, eggs, milk and butter kneaded into a dough, rolled out and cut into shapes. Hint: dry the pasta for 20 minutes before cutting, then dry the cut shapes until no longer moist and sticky.
Chopped broccoli, crumbly bacon, lots of grated cheese, and red onion are tossed with a lovely red wine vinegar and mayonnaise dressing. The salad needs to chill at least an hour or two before serving.
A turkey is roasted in a compound butter made with cider, maple syrup, lemon peel and fresh herbs. This recipe includes instructions for making a gravy using vegetables that have been roasted with the turkey.
This is a terrific broth with caramelized roasted vegetables as a base. The veggies are then plopped into a pot with water and herbs and simmered until a rich, delicious broth emerges. Strain and you have two quarts broth. Freezes well.
Spiced apple slices, so popular served alongside of all kinds of meats, can be imitated with zucchini and cucumbers! This recipe uses pickling lime to add crispness to zucchini slices, which are colored red and flavored with cinnamon red hots before being canned. The recipe takes several days, but only a few minutes each day.
Using fewer habanero peppers can reduce the spiciness in this extremely hot habanero hot sauce. The sauce works wonders as a pick-up for Bloody Mary drinks. Flavors meld wonderfully and the sauce keeps nicely for a long time. Warning: A dash is all you need and it is best to use gloves when handling the habanera peppers.
A spur-of-the-moment creation when I wanted something with a great flavor punch and lots of color, plus quick to prepare---this one fills the bill, with baby spinach and colorful cranberries and mandarin oranges, plus the crunch of sweetened almonds and the pungent feta cheese---a new favorite at our house! You may substitute blue cheese for the feta and any kind of sweetened pecans or walnuts, if desired, for the almonds.
This is a grilled salmon recipe that is used at the Saint Matthew Parish picnic every year in Seattle, Washington. It works well with any cut of salmon for grilling, however we typically use salmon fillets. Use wild sockeye or king salmon.