This vegetarian meatloaf makes a good main course when served with mashed potatoes and veggies. Leftovers make wonderful meatloaf sandwiches. (I like them laced with ketchup!)
Plum sauce may be found in the Asian section of your supermarket. It is often used as an accompaniment to spring rolls, egg rolls, and Chinese noodles. Here, we have employed it in sweetening this lovely Asian salad dressing.
Stilton Blue is a special blue cheese made in the UK, my family's favorite! If you cannot find it, use Roquefort, Gorgonzola, or any Blue Cheese instead.
These grits go well with black-eyed peas, greens and squash, making them the perfect choice for a Southern (American) dinner.
This old-fashioned spice cake is adapted from a 1954 Westinghouse Cookbook recipe. It is slathered with my creamy Mascarpone Caramel Icing. I hope it is as big a hit with your family, as it was with mine!
These muffins are light and mildly sweet, with a good cornmeal flavor. They have enough grains and nuts in them to make them a good addition to the breakfast table.
This recipe was developed by my daughter, and it's so good that we make it almost every week lately! Despite the luxuriousness of this soup, it is not high in calories. It makes a good main dish or, in a small bowl, the perfect start to a good dinner.
This soup tastes very rich and creamy, despite being quite low in calories. It is a great beginning to a vegetarian meal.
Use my recipe for Vegetarian Pepperoni or a store-bought variety in this recipe. Either way, this pizza-like omelet will be perfect for a dinner, lunch or breakfast entree.
Those Halloween pumpkins are ready now for some tasty pie baking, but boiling pumpkin makes them too watery. I like to roast them without any water at all!