six different lemonade variations, perfect for summer!
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anyone who likes smoothies should try almond milk - not just those who are trying to avoid cow's milk. almonds are extremely rich in protein and iron, even more so than red meat (so i've heard). that's why we sometimes call this a "steak shake." it's so y
entered for safe-keeping. from mary wagner, salt lake city, utah, as submitted to bh&g. as written, the recipe seems to be dry, so i recommend that 2 teaspoons of orange juice be added with the egg yolks in step 5 as recommended by a reviewer.
i've always been a big fan of tropical flavors married to the fruity heat of habanero chiles, so after some experimentation i came up with this recipe for a sweet and tasty jam with a gentle but pronounced finish heat.
here’s yet another version of a ramen coleslaw salad from me, as i experiment with our delicious basic recipe that we’ve made so often lately (recipe #240922, it’s so good!). :) first i did the spicy peanut chicken version (recipe #242925), and now here
i love this salad. it's high protein and low in fat. its tangy and crunchy and just plain tastes good. whenever i make it, it's gone in no time. it's great in sandwiches, tortilla roll-ups and i like it on crackers. i'm guessing on the exact measurements.
southerner's typically serve black-eyed peas on new year's day for good luck. the tradition is to serve it with greens (symbolizing money and wealth). i typically make black eyed peas cooked with bacon or salt pork, and throw a penny in....the person th
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