Unless you use the Italian sausage, this is a very good vegetarian lasagna. We hope to make often.
Megan discovered these on the snack table at church. So I had to find her a recipe and she made them right away.
We took this recipe to the butchers, and he custom made this sausage for us. It is a drier sausage, but so good.
Unfortunately, he did not tell us what meats he used, though we asked him to keep notes so we could duplicate it. He did record the spices. When we try this again, I think we will omit the bacon and just use fattier pieces of pork.
These are a nice, soft cupcake. Many who taste them say they are the “best” cupcakes they have ever had. She has also had a few people who do not like cupcakes compliment them and eat more than one.
It is the day after a beautiful Easter. It snowed!
Adrian decided to play with our “Rotten” tea recipe so we did not need to use Tang and also to use less sugar. This is what he came up with.
A not to sweet dessert that is perfect for special occasions.
Mark and Katie gave us this recipe. Everyone likes as is, but I prefer it with whipping cream to make it creamer and thicker.
Experiment with different powdered creamers and omitting or swapping the spices.
This is very similar to what our Spanish tutor said her mom made when Señora Swart was growing up in Argentina. Since 8 April is National Empanada Day, we decided to surprise her with some during our lesson.
An excellent stew to serve on top of rice or Luphuftu.
If you have an overabundance of fresh tomatoes, they work wonderfully in this recipe. Just be sure to skin them before adding.