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vermouth or gruppa flavor the onions, all spun together with rich swis gruy'ere cheese. this version has no potatoes added to the pasta.you could cut back on the high fat by using fat free half and half and omitting the bacon, but why?
using this method a turkey will cook in as little as 2 hrs or less! this is a basic recipe. you will get excellent results and you can dress it up with additions of a marinade soak or more seasonings to suit your liking. roasting time will depend on the s
i have been making seitan quite a bit lately, and have been trying various cooking methods (baking, steaming and now simmering). one of the more difficult methods as far as consistancy goes, (so i've read), is simmered seitan. the following recipe i fo
this recipe was developed and given to me by a good friend. this is the way that my friend's mother and sister make beef brisket. this recipe is so good! gravy comes out brown and slightly sweet. brisket will melt in your mouth.
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