I've been getting their magazine for years. I used to cook from it often, but don't much anymore. They do have some tasty ones!
I think I fixed it.LarrytheLabs Mom said:I haven't seen either of the pictures you've posted today, Linda. They come up as a red x.
But yum- they sure sound good!
I went to look for individual gratin dishes, but could not find them. Sometimes I think Hawaii is really in the old ages. I guess I could have found them at William Sonoma but didn't check. Anyhows, I'm making it in a small casserole dish.yellojakesmom said:Cooking Light is my favorite magazine ever That Lobster dish looks wonderful Linda! Do you do it in the individual dishes or one large dish? Do you serve it with anything else? (pasta? rice? just a fresh salad and hot bread?) SO would love that, he's a lobster fanatic.
We had the Crockpot Char Sui Pork from this month's issue for dinner tonight and last night we had the soy-ginger halibut (also from this month). The best thing is you can get almost all the recipies for free online - but I like to see all the pictures so I still get the magazine.
or you could come alone for a week. : )henrysmom said:I know, pooh!! However, we're going to be in San Francisco in December over the holidays to see my Grampa (he's turning 90), so I'm trying to talk brother and SIL into a week in Hawaii afterwards... we would be on the west coast already anyway!!