the difference between shakes and smoothies is all in the fruit. stay true to ice cream, sorbets and syrups and you have a shake!!
a fun twist on your average shishkebab. the recipe calls for the use of either lamb or beef. i think it may also be good on chicken. serve with rice. enjoy! note: the timing does not include marinating.
from victoria boutenko's 12 steps to raw foods. i haven't tried it yet, but i have to give the book back to the library. the recipe says: "you have to experiment to get the consisitency desired." i guess that means add more water if necessary or more so
wonderful blend of flavors in this zippy vegetable dish. adapted from my grandmother's recipe which was her mother's. quick & easy family favorite! try it for your family and let me know what you think.
i found this cocktail recipe on a website called the greecelogue. this is one of my favorite ouzo discoveries, because it's is a tasty cocktail that i really enjoy sipping while i'm relaxing and have time to read a good book or unwind after a busy day. i
i didn't post this family recipe here earlier because i thought that everyone made corned beef/silverside like i did lol... now i did a search to look for duplicates and found none! well folks, you gotta try this... this is to die for... get ready to d
in my younger days, many of my roommates were vegetarians. one night when it was my turn to cook - i developed this meat-free lasagna recipe. i'm not a vegetarian, but i really liked it! i hope you do too.
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