“This minestrone recipe can be loosely interpreted. The beauty is you can use what you have in the fridge and pantry! It’s a great, hearty soup for this time of year, especially,” Shari Kimmey.
Great anytime of year, but especially nice as a fall or winter supper along with a nice salad and good company.
“… I always had these on hand when Eric and Andrew were in high school and multitudes of their buddies came through our doors,” explained Diane DePinto of her healthful rework of the cookie classic. [Read more…]
Prep. Forget. You’re set.
Makers on a mission adore the simplicity, and even more so, the flavor of this hearty soup. “This recipe tastes even better after refrigerated and reheated the next day,” writes Vicki Bruno.
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Growing up our family had Hot Cakes! My mom made huge batches and kept a non-stop supply of batter in the fridge. Hard to replicate her recipe using gluten free flour. This adaptation nails Mom’s, if you sub in butter for the coconut oil, though we like the coconut oil version best.
After a day’s hike, for football party feeds or weeknight family dinners … Karen’s Tacoritas are sure to bring calls for seconds. Out-doorsey Karen admits “This was one of my all-time favorites as a child!” [Read more…]