Without further ado, the best recipes of 2012 (according to my kitchen):
A friend's family recipe, this sauce leaves passerby hungry during its 3-hours of simmering on the stove...but it's worth it.
Tuna Noodle Casserole | Make It!
My mom's simply combination of canned, frozen, and dry ingredients doesn't get old, even after all these years.
Purim Hamantashen | Make It!
A family tradition, these Hamantashen will beat any bakery's (sorry, Lipkin's). The trick is the fruity dough.
Cooking up something scrumptious? Send the recipe my way...maybe I'll give it a try!