This sounds really tasty - will be making it this weekend.
@sadiepix - Yes, my mom made PB on one side and butter & grape jelly on the other side. Then again, my mom put butter on any sandwich she made - still does.
I like it when I would take the sandwich to school in the Glad sandwich bag (the fold over kind) and the side of the bread with the jelly always looked kinda translucent with the jelly showing through. Good memory!
One of my favorite old-fashioned meal salads is macaroni salad (celery, scallions, capers, mayo) with some added cooked salmon. I could eat the whole bowl some days!
Big Time BBQ - Chattanooga, TN....rib heaven!
Julia, Pierre Franey, Ken Hom.
What? No mention of the Magnolia Pancake Haus in San Antonio? They also serve the best applewood bacon with their pancakes.
Gr beef and gr pork mix, 1 egg, Swiss cheese, Ritz/Club crackers, sauteed onions, chili sauce/br sugar glaze on top.
Freakin' delish sandwiches the next day.
@lucylew - You're not the only one. I thought Dale's dish totally missed, and he seemed out of his element. I always want to give some credit to any dish that has at least one redeeming part - re Isabella's sauce. According to the judges' chatter, Dale's dish was a loser all around. After seeing the face Lorraine made when talking about it, I thought for sure he was out.
Where the heck did you find this atrocity?
Add my so-what to @therealchiffonade, @AJ and @thelizlemon - I think he is overrated, and like the others, I gave up on his recipes. They just didn't work for me.
I always liked these and they make a ton:
Creamy Chicken & Jalapeno Nachos
From “The Silver Palate Goodtimes Cookbook” - make ahead and bake at serving time.
Makes 72 nacho wedges.
1 whole (2 breast halves) boneless, skinless
chicken breast, poached , and diced or shredded
12 oz cream cheese, room temperature
2 jalapeno peppers, seeded and minced
3 TBL finely cholpped red onion
2 cloves garlic, finely minced
1 tsp ground cumin
1 tsp chili powder
1-1/2 cups grated Monterey Jack cheese
salt & pepper to taste
6 medium-size pita, each cut and separated
into 2 rounds
Combine all the ingedients except the pita
bread in a large bowl and beat with an
electric mixer until blended.
Spread each pita round with one-twelfth of
the filling. Place on cookie sheets and bake
at 375F until puffed and bubbling, 5 to 7
minutes. Immediately cut each into 6
wedges and serve in a napkin-lined basket.
Anchovies on saltines - my sodium req for two weeks
Kraft Limburger spread (in a little jar - can't find it around much) scooped with Fritos. Hey, don't knock it until you've tried it :-)
Best recipe I've found (and still use) is the one in the OLD Joy of Cooking. And it uses dried split peas.
I loved Dale's remark about Angelo looking like a mermaid!
Glad Jamie's gone - so tired of the whining...grow up, girl.
Staying in - just Charlie (the dog) and me.
I like the homemade pizza idea and some Prosecco with a splash of limoncello. Charlie gets homemade dog biscuits from Santa.
Think an old Audrey Hepburn movie will round out the evening...sigh, I love 3 day holiday weekends.
Happy New (adventures in eating) Year, everyone!
I love them as they remind me of my Nanna who taught me a thing or two about cooking.
I always wear one, but they have to have long ties that tie in back and wrap around the front so I can hang a towel from it.
Learn how to make a good pie...any flavor as long as it's good.
Butter pecan cookies, this time sponsored by Everyday Food...
If you are putting it in the dishwasher, it might be due to the change in the detergent - no more phosphates.
For what it's worth, I purchased a Tramontina tri-ply saute pan and love it - the best pan I own.
Andy's hot fries followed by a couple of squares of 70% Lindt chocolate. For some weird reason, I have to eat sweet after salty and vice versa...
I saw the Voodoo chips here Publix in Huntsville, Ala today.
I guess not really regional but I like Target's Archer Farms brand chips...lots of different flavors...very crunchy, slightly greasy and very flavorful.
Philadelphia, thanks to my lovely daughter...endless supply of great places to eat.
Really like the apple/pineapple combo. This looks good enough to make and take to the testing ground, aka the office.
I have yet to meet a yeast bread I didn't like.
@kitchenista - Hope I'm right on this...Challenge butter is a brand name of butter...think it has some kind of a deer or stag on the label.
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