Saturday, July 29, 2006

Stuffed mushrooms

I happen to love eating this fungus...as my girlfriend Jodi calls them. LOL

Our neighbors upstairs...the same one who saved my life, are moving. Not too far away...bout 10 minutes. They have to be out by Monday. So today, knowing they were in the middle of moving, we cooked extra burgers and whatnot so they could join us then leave their kids with us to move as much as they could without kids underfoot.

I decided I wanted some stuffed mushrooms. I got the recipe from my sister-in-law. The first time I made them with feta cheese and they were alright. The second time I made them, I used bleu cheese (which is what my SIL uses) and they were disgusting. Tonight, my third time, I decided to use romano cheese. They finally turned out DELICIOUS!

So our neighbors took a break to eat with us and tried the stuffed mushrooms. I cannot tell you how much my head grew when they were in ecstacy over these stuffed mushrooms. Darryl begged me for the recipe but then said, "No you won't give it to us because that'll be a good excuse for us to come visit." LOL They'll visit anyway, this I know. But how many times have you cooked something and hoped that others really enjoyed it and weren't faking it?

I have to admit, they were delicious. I did write the recipe down for them as best I could since I tend to variate from recipes and do my own thing. LOL Either way, they really were delicious!

4 comments:

Ami said...

Love stuffed mushrooms. At our house, we stuff with crab, cream cheese, and chopped (very finely) onion all mixed together with the sauteed stems of the mushrooms. (Gotta use butter).
Almost orgasmic. :)
They taste even better because they're my hubby's specialty... that means I don't have to cook them.

LittleJW said...

That's just not possible honey. Mushroom and delicious don't ever belong in the same sentence. But good for you LOL.

Margo said...

I have to have that recipe!! I love mushrooms too. :-)

Sunnie (Kaytee) said...

Ami-I use 2or 3 chopped green onions, 2 lightly toasted pieces of bread then torn into small pieces, cheese (I use romano, my SIL uses blue cheese which makes me gag) and about 1/3 cup of olive oil. Mix all together then stuff into mushrooms. Bake at 350 for 15-20 minutes or until mushrooms are tender. DELICIOUS!

Jodi-I don't care what you think, fungus or not, they are delicious! LOL

Margo-I already sent you the recipe. LOL