from post moderne brasserie in washington d.c. you can also replace the citrus rum with a citrus vodka.
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spices and mixed dried fruit make a great flavor for this roast--it's a family favorite. (don't confuse the dried fruit bits you buy for baking--look for packages of regular size dried apples, peaches, pears and plums).
i adore moules, mussels, and this is the classic french recipe for them. moules marinières is also commonly known as sailor's mussels or mariner's mussels. the dish consists of delicately steamed fresh mussels in a white wine, garlic, parsley, butter, oni
looking for something for lunch, an easy supper, or a weekend snack?! maybe you should try this recipe i got from my aunt! (if you shudder at the thought of spam, maybe you could used some other kind of meat...)
this is so easy yet makes impressive an impressive main dish (especially for brunch). as it bakes, the gruyère melts into the nutmeg-scented egg and milk mixture, and takes on a light, quiche-like creaminess. from gourmet magazine (dec. 2008).
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