i am a garlic-lover! don't worry, the garlic gets mellow when cooked, yet has wonderful flavour.
to answer the reviewer who questioned the lack of apples, i believe this is what is called "mock apple pie." that is, it tastes like apple pie but uses no apples. my grandmother makes something like this. that said, this is not my recipe. it is an ado
here's a unique pesto made with artichoke hearts. we make the pesto on the weekend, bring it to room temperature, and toss it with hot pasta for a quick weeknight meal. it makes a great side dish too with chicken, steak or fish. from sunset's "kitchen
a cake that blends a favorite drink with a rum cake and pound cake. this is dense, but not heavy, and the spicy molasses kick from the dark rum enhances the banana flavor. you may use light or dark brown sugar.
of course you can use your favorite bottled pasta sauce of your choice to make this recipe, but it is really the sauce that makes this (do not omit the green bell pepper, i also add in a jalapeno pepper, seeded and finely chopped but that is optional) to
i've been trying to replicate panera bread co.'s black bean soup because i love it so much. i think this is my best attempt. their soup has no discernable vegetables - just black beans in a thick bean broth. i've added vegetables here but pureed them so t
got this recipe from lorac on the eastern european thread. it's great! easy to make and relatively inexpensive since it is mostly vegetables. my husband, who is serbian, loved it! sorry some of the ingredients are in metric, but i just guessed on some
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