a very popular salad dressing on a comeback trail..!
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aviyal is a traditional dish of the south indian state of kerala. this is a stew made of a variety of vegetables coconut and yoghurt. this is one dish that is mandatory while serving sadya (traditional celebration meal) along with saambaar, rasam, thoran
an easy and low calorie side dish that could be served with any meat dish. i found this in everyday food magazine and have use vidalia onions and added garlic for our taste. the vidalia's are soooo sweet!
i have to admit, i'm a purist and love plain old banana bread. but my kids (and my mom) are chocoholics, and love this version! so we alternate. i also prefer to leave the nuts out, but mom and kids like the nuts in. i've listed as optional.
now don't ask me why this is called this....i don't have a clue why. it is a recipe i found in a 1970 women's day cookbook. i have revised it quite a bit to suit my needs. nothing real fancy, just good old comfort food. i serve with noodles or rice. prep
this wisconsin beer cheese soup is my absolute favorite! my friends and i can’t get enough; it’s excellent for parties, tale gaiting, in front of the fireplace or while watching a good movie. and somehow, it tastes even better when it is snowing outside.
this is not original with me -- it has been in our family for years, and i do not know where it originated. i am not sure of prep time nor cook time nor servings nor yield. i have never made this. my mother always made it. i just know it was so delicious
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