i got this recipe off the internet a while back, but i can't remember which website. it is my favorite way to serve rice. it's simple to prepare, very tasty and turns common rice into a tasty side dish to complement just about any main entree. i've been making it for a long time now, and i find that it goes really well with just about any main dish. but my all-time favorite is to serve it with baked chicken breasts served with a tangy lime sauce. update....based on feedback, i have worked on improving this recipe. specifically, i increased the amount of water (from 3 1/2 cups to 4 cups, which i think produces a much fluffier rice. but if you have better luck using more or less liquid when cooking rice, please feel free to adjust the amount of water.
abbey of our lady of the holy trinity. for years the monks made and sold their special brand of whole wheat bread. in recent years it became necessary to discontinue this industry. however, the monk who for many years was the baker has developed a recipe
you might be fooled into thinking you are eating plain meatballs until you cut them and see a creamy cheese and bacon filling. make these for everyday and company meals as well as potlucks. use them to top off spaghetti and fettuccine and sometimes even s
wonderful baked dish! this entree is a mainstay in our home and has been added to our family favorites list. may use bone-in or boneless pork chops. easy and quick preparation. note: one 6 oz. box of stuffing mix yields 6 servings. if your family like
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