these are an unusal cookie with a bite of black pepper. they go well with coffee or tea, and great with cheese and red wine. you decide. :) prep time includes refrigerator time. recipe from an unknown clipping.
i love chutney but it is expensive to buy. apples are plentiful and cheap in nova scotia (and many other locations) so i like to make this one to accompany samosas and anything else that needs a delicious kick. it's also very easy.
ok...how about dinner in like...15 minutes. don't forget the bag of salad (ya just gotta eat green things!) now for my notes on this one -- i didn't have a microplane at the time so instead of the zest, i just squeezed juice from a fresh lemon. i did
i love winter squash in any form. i tend to make it savory; not sweet. i was tired of the same o, same o, so came up w/ this. you could sub any hard squash you like i.e. butternut etc. use any beer you want. i used cactus lime mich ultra
save yourself 30 bucks from applebee's. there's another similar recipe posted, but does not include the garlic butter or the mushroom and onion side. a message from todd wilbur: menu description: "this succulent 10 oz. steak is jazzed up with cajun spi
since this is an original bread machine recipe i firstly tryed it on my zojirushi home baker bread machine and results were great! i have since adapted it to make on my kitchen aid stand mixer, i will be happy to forward the ka measurement adaptations to
we love bruschetta and this is so easy and just taste great. the spicy flavor of the dijon mustard puts a nice little kick to the traditional bruschetta. don't have to heat the oven during the hot summer days when you have lots of fresh tomatoes. adapt
i found this on the hillbilly housewife website. we love bread sticks and this is fairly simple. so far have tried it once and they were good. they weren't that pretty but tasted as good as getting take out.
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