baked them at 500 degrees for three minutes. Below is the recipe since I couldn't find it on the Taste of Home website. Thumbs up on this recipe for sure! Delish!
In a large skillet cook the beef sausage and onion until meat no long pink, drain. Stir in cheese, Worcestershire sauce and seasonings. Spread the bread slices with a tbsp of mixture; place on baking sheet. Broil for 3 minutes.
Midwest - Appetizer
I love almonds. Especially with all these wonderful spices on them. They were super easy to make as well. Just toss the almonds in egg white and then spices and bake in the over. Super simple and such a sweet treat to snack on while watching movies.
West - Snack
First of all, Swordfish is not that easy to find. Second of all, it's not that great tasting. The only thing that was keeping this recipe alive was the artichokes and the dried tomatoes that were on top. The fish itself was pretty dry and not very good. I tried to take a picture, but apparently my camera didn't save it - not to sure on that one - so take a look at the book's picture. It looked just like it anyway. I was not impressed with this recipe at all, but it was simple enough and only took about a half hour to make. Thumbs Down
Western - Fish
Which fish dresses the best?
The Swordfish – It always looks sharp
Green Goddess Salad Dressing
Love this recipe. At first I didn't think that my food processor was going to work because the ingredients list was so long, but I was wrong. This dressing turned out perfectly and tastes amazing.
Since the swordfish picture had pasta as a side, I decided to make my own thing that turned out deliciously and was very simple. Half of a pack of spaghetti pasta, boiled to done. Added a stick of butter and then a lot of shredded parmesean and romano cheeses. You all should definitely try that! I wanted to add some Mizithra cheese, but I couldn't find it at Dierbergs.
Thanks for reading! Until next time...
I made this as a side dish to go with Thanksgiving dinner with my friends. Stuffing is one of my favorite sides so I was excited to make it from scratch for the first time. It wasn't as difficult as I thought. Baking the bread turned out perfect, I may do this in the future just for croutons or something. The mix of artichokes, mushrooms, celery, and onions smelled so good. When put in the dish with the bread and broth, it smelled even better after it was done baking.
Next time I don't think I would use sourdough
Rating: Thumbs Up
West - Side
Ozark Mountain Berry Pie
I'm not going to lie to you, I've never made a pie before. So this experience was a good one for me, and I thought it was actually a lot of fun. The berry pie is pretty easy, just boil the blueberries and then add the rest of the berries and put it in the pie crust to bake. I even did the lattice feature just like the cookbook - picture perfect I must say. And it tasted AMAZING. Normally I don't eat blueberries (refer to my Blueberry Buckle post) but I had to try this one because my house smelled amazing while it was baking. I was not disappointed. Probably the only fruit pie I
Rating: Thumbs Up
Midwest - Dessert - Fruit
Dinner & a Movie
Bringing you food and drinks so that you can make movie night that much more delicious.
"Food is essential for life; therefore make it good"
Shannon does it Julie & Julia style as she cooks through a cookbook and shares thoughts and recipes along the way.