A lively simmer of garlic, thyme, tomatoes, olives, clam juice and red pepper flakes makes a flavorful base for fresh shrimp, scallops and baby clams, perfect with hot linguini. Hint: discard any clams that do not open after they simmer.
Here's a great idea for leftover ham! Stir it into a hearty sauce of cream of mushroom soup, sauteed onions and shredded Cheddar cheese. Add cooked spaghetti, some chopped pimento and parsley for snappy color, then serve piping hot.
This is identical to the cracker bread sold at delis in large grocery stores that costs six dollars for three big rounds. You can make it for pennies! I fell it love with it as an appetizer with Harvarti cheese melted on it but with the price of the cheese and lavash we didn't have it much. Make sure you roll the dough VERY thin, almost see-through.
Tilapia is coated with a spicy coconut mixture and served with an apricot dipping sauce, delicious and easy! After having coconut shrimp at a famous restaurant here in Phoenix, I decided to recreate it at home using a mild white fish filet and tilapia was my first choice. Sit back and enjoy the compliments.
Tenderloin (sometimes called filet mignon) is the king of steaks. It's lean, tender, can add any wanted flavor to it and it will absorb it all, and you can cut it with a butter knife. This is expensive though so only cook this once in a while.
For us DIY-ers, this is an easy way to make creamy, smooth yogurt at home! It tastes GREAT, and it works! It is yummier and cheaper than store-bought. You can make it in larger jars, but I like to use half-pints which gives me individual servings.