a zesty, quick way to prepare brussels sprouts. use the juice of a ripe lemon - meyer lemons are preferable if you can get them. you can add some honey to the sauce if you want a sweeter taste.
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not strictly traditional but close and very tasty. dried beans, even the same kind of bean, can vary quite a bit in cooking time so start this one early. it only gets better with time. adapted from fine cooking magazine.
in response to a request. i have not made these myself...but have had many a happy new years eating them when received from a neighbor! i have no idea how long this takes. seems like the family all got together before the holiday and spent the day cooking
a traditional dish in dalmatian cuisine, this is very easy to make. it makes a perfect side for fish, cooked meat or, my favorite, cured meat such as prosciutto. it can be made more creamy when potatoes are very well cooked, or soupy when more liquid is
i used mashed cauliflower instead of mashed potato or grits to accompany the shrimp in order to lower the glycemic index. if you don’t have cajun seasoning or cannot find gluten-free cajun seasoning, you can just use some paprika, cayenne pepper and black
this is one of my favorite pasta dishes. i don't make pasta very often, but whe, i do, i load it up with veggies to cut down on the guilt. i never use frozen veggies for this dish because i find they get mushy during the cooking process. it seems like
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