The Top 10 Recipes of 2011
This summery meal is great served either warm or at room temperature.
This dish looks fancy with the berries and a colorful vinaigrette sauce, but comes together quickly. Goes great over cooked rice.
This dish is sweet, spicy, and savory – all perfectly balanced.
Get seasonal winter root vegetables at your local farmer’s market and make this slow-cooking stew on a chilly weekend when you plan to putter around the house all day.
This dish is quick to make, with ingredients readily available in the cupboard.
In a a dry run of some new holiday recipes, this adaptation of The Cabbage Patch’s Au Gratin Potatoes got a unanimous thumbs-up!
This pie has won several dessert competitions.
A great macaroni and cheese using Washington ingredients. This recipe is great during the crabbing season using fresh Dungeness crab and Washington State Cougar Gold cheese.
A restaurant-quality recipe your family will love. This dish fills the kitchen with a fragrant promise of deliciousness for dinner.
For a vegetarian version, substitute a can of rinsed and drained garbanzo beans for the chicken. Equally delicious and no need to cook in advance before adding them to the dish.