This apple pie recipe uses dried apples which saves you from having to peel and slice the apples. The crunchy walnut topping is the perfect finishing touch.
A flower shaped cookie cutter was used to shape these tasty lobster tarts.
For your book club party menu for The Happiness Project have each person to bring the food that makes them happiest. This recipe would definitely be in my top ten. This dish takes me back to my childhood growing up in Texas, where meat and potatoes were on the menu several times a week. This recipe is heavy on the tater tots so feel free to spread them out a little thinner if you are more “meat” than “potato”.
My mom has been making this recipe for as long as I can remember. This Mississippi Mud Cake is for people who like their sweets sweet (like me, but it was too sweet for my husband). It is basically a dense chocolate pecan cake topped with marshmallow creme and chocolate pecan icing.
Gretchen Rubin spends a year learning about the scientific research on happiness and trying to figure out what it is that makes her happy.
This delicious spinach souffle recipe is from Betty Crocker’s Cookbook from 1986.
Any recipe with the word “Parmesan” in it is sure to please and this recipe is no exception. The chicken breasts have a slightly crispy coating and the cheese topping adds a creamy texture – a delicious combination.
When She Woke is a stunning story about a stigmatized woman struggling to navigate an America of a not-too-distant future, where the line between church and state has been eradicated and convicted felons are released back into the population after being “chromed.”
In Russia, kasha refers to any type of porridge and can be made from buckwheat, oats, wheat, rice, barley or millet. According to RussianCuisine.blogspot.com, the best known of Russian kasha is Guryevskaya (or gurevskaia) kasha, which is made with nuts and fruit.
This is one delicious stuffed cabbage recipe. The sauce really pulls all the flavors together. The next time I make it, I will use 2 cabbage heads so I could use only the thinner, more pliable outer leaves rather than having to use the stiffer inner leaves. I added an egg to this recipe to help the beef and rice bind together better.