What deliciousness are you famous for?

124»

Comments

  • Gemfemme said:
    Let me know if you want the recipe.

    I want the recipe!! (It was beef dry fry and tomato rasam, neither of which I've ever heard of but they sound so good I kind of want them for dinner now.)

  • GeoDiva said:
    @cakewalkqueen A friend from Las Vegas, NM taught my husband and I his grandmother's green chili chicken enchiladas recipe and it had become our go to dish for potlucks.

    @GeoDiva, did we ever get a recipe for this? I made Stouffer's enchiladas for my kids two nights ago (don't judge me) and I thought they'd be gross, but they were really good. I'd love to have a homemade recipe.
    Let me try and dig it up.  It is a pretty long process and takes a couple hours to make before you even bake it.  However, the results are so yummy, making it worth it.
  • "Chef ()s Infamous Apple Lasagna" and Banana Curry Dip

    and 2 minute trifle
  • I'm known for my rhubarb pie.

    My youngest daughter also loves my salmon. I baked it in foil with olive oil, lemon slices and capers. Moist and tender, delicious.
  • I just made this for Teacher's Appreciation Week:

    image


    It's a Chocolate Red Wine cake with raspberry filling and chocolate red wine ganache on top. Or as my kids refer to it - Alcohol Cake. Here's the recipe link if you are so inclined (not my recipe, I should add): 













  • That looks so good!
  • Thank you - I have to say - I ain't mad at it.
  • I just made this for Teacher's Appreciation Week:

    image


    It's a Chocolate Red Wine cake with raspberry filling and chocolate red wine ganache on top. Or as my kids refer to it - Alcohol Cake. Here's the recipe link if you are so inclined (not my recipe, I should add): 














    Wow!
  • @merciblahblah ; That looks amazing!  I can even tell from the photo that it tastes amazing as well.  Thanks for the food porn!
  • Well thanks @nolakent! Gotta love food porn!!
  • Those teachers better feel appreciated, @merciblahblah. that cake is gorgeous!!! (All the more impressive as I imagine you doing that detail work with three kids running around the kitchen talking about "alcohol cake.")
  • I have made these almost every Xmas season, at least once since I found this recipe, not sure if it was in Gourmet or Bon Appetit, in 1997. They have been shared with friends,family and co-workers to resounding success. Since they have so few ingredients using a chocolate you really like there flavour of makes a difference. They are good with supermarket chocolate, they are unbelievable with a premium chocolate.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/chocolate-coconut-squares-14552
  • Those teachers better feel appreciated, @merciblahblah. that cake is gorgeous!!! (All the more impressive as I imagine you doing that detail work with three kids running around the kitchen talking about "alcohol cake.")
    Thank you! I think I actually did that part while they were in bed. I always make my cakes in stages (bake a day or two prior, and freeze the layers), decorate in the case the morning I needed it. There's nothing wrong with eating chocolate red wine ganache for breakfast, is there?
Sign In or Register to comment.