Certified Pretend Chef
- Sep 1, 2004
Grilled kielbasa and baked sweet potato with butter and cinnamon.
I was thinking sour cherry sauce.
Oh that sounds delicious!! How would I make that?
Easy: find sour cherry (Montmorency) cherry pie filling and mash the cherries. Heat and thin to the consistency you like.
Slightly more difficult: Find dried Montmorency Cherries, add water and sugar, cook till you can mash the cherries and thin to the consistency you like.
It is fantastic on a baked ham.
We're getting ready for a week-long road trip, so I'm using up anything that won't last in the fridge. Today will be a salad and pasta carbonara.[/QUOTE
Claire, I made spaghetti carbonara tonite too! Thanks in part to your instructions on that thread, it was just wonderful!!
I used to work at a restaurant that just added brandy to cherry pie filling and topped the baked ham with that (a little goes a long way).
Tonight, Frank made some fabulous spaghetti with meat sauce. It was full of ground chuck, mushrooms, onions, peppers, and garlic. I'm bouncy because I called him while at work and requested it. Instead of a salad or bread, I opted for a second helping!
Not sure yet... probably just a strange combination of leftovers, but I'm not sure there are enough scraps to feed everyone. Since dh isn't very keen on leftovers anyway, I'll probably have to come up with something else for him. Still thinking about that.