these fish cakes are spicy, fresh tasting, and great! found these in the october 2006 issue #36 of one of the latest magazines from the martha stewart empire; everyday food. a lot of her recipes are wonderful but you have to be in the mood to watch her show!
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1957 grand prize winner of the pillsbury bake-off contest.these cookies have an unusual shape because they are baked in sheets of foil folded like a fan. they would be nice in a gift basket.edit: the picture in the cookbook this came from shows them drizz
this recipe is from the anne of green gables cookbook. the author is kate macdonald who was l.m montgomery's granddaughter! the quote from anne of windy populars is "no, thank you, kate, i won't have any more tea...well, mebbe a macaroon. they don't lie
this is a classic central american beverage. it is sweet and silky smooth. the recipe was posted in saveur magazine and is based on a recipe from maria franco, a salvadoran cook in los angeles. it is mayan in origin, and is for many central americans p
this is by far the best clam chowder recipe ever. my mom used to make this and there was never any left for the next day. i use minced clams because i don't like the whole ones, but whole clams can be substituted easily.
these savory 'cakes' are popular in france and in canada. they freezes well and wrapped in aluminum foil will keep for several days in the fridge. i found this recipe on a website - pronounced: cake / oh / koor zhet / oh / pee no(n) - and i have posted
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