We got together last night with neighbors and had a little last minute pot-luck dinner (basically, “Hey, let’s share our dinners and make it a party!”) We found this recipe in a little Food & Wine booklet and it was a big hit and I plan to put it into our regular rotation! The recipe transcribed is the directly from the recipe book, though we made a few modifications based on what we had, I want to give the original recipe a try before making the modifications part of the permanent record.
I came home to the most delicious & feel good dinner, so I wanted to make sure to get the recipe written down right away so we can replicate this awesomeness over and over again!
This soup was a little more complex than something I normally take on in the kitchen, but I was so enamored by a corn crab bisque I had at Bistro Boudin in San Francisco over the holidays, I wanted to make an attempt to recreate it at home. It was a bit overwhelming, but it was quite delicious, and now that I’ve done it once, I think it will be a lot less painful to give it another go. So, if you don’t want to try cooking this yourself, let me know and I’ll have you over for dinner some evening this winter.
I almost never bake, and this was quite an undertaking for me. This will probably be a first and a last for me with this recipe — but they did turn out good (how can you go wrong with all of that butter, sugar and chocolate?).
You’ll see how ridiculously decadent these brownies are when looking at the recipe.
A Goodman family Thanksgiving day favorite. Passed down, I believe, from Grandma Conner’s friend, Ida Bell. 3 cans french cut green beans (drained) 2 tablespoons butter (Plus 1 tablespoon for topping) 1 tablespoon flour 1 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon white pepper 1 cup sour cream 1 teaspoon dried mustard 1/2 cup grated swiss cheese 2 [...]