this is a very light and tasty soup and very easy to make. can be served over cooked rice if desired.
a tea-based cocktail for when you're really tired after a long day. i snatched the name from an unspecified (but apparently very potent)alcoholic drink which was mentioned in ezekiel mphahlele's "down second avenue," a book about life in apartheid south a
a malty, sharp, chilly & hot breathtaking blast of flavor we used to enjoy poolside in phoenix. recipe from the cafe terra cotta in tucson. later the black mountain brewing company in cave creek began brewing their own chili beer with a whole serrano
cinnamon rolls made even more delicious with almond paste and slivered almonds! as always, you can use dry yeast instead of fresh if you prefer - adjust the temperature of the milk and butter mixture accordingly. the recipe doubles well.
no, it's not for squeaky door hinges. keep a batch in your pantry to *coat baking pans* and prevent baked goods from sticking. it's so much faster and more convenient than the greasing and flouring business. i use a paper towel to smear it on liberally
this recipe is modified from a recipe of a food item served in gloria jean's coffee. it may be sort of a strange combination but despite that it soon became my favourite afternoon snack and brain food.
for some reason, folks are afraid to try to make white rice unless it comes pre-packaged in a packet or a box (not bulk). here's a fool-proof recipe that will have you making rice as a side dish three nights a week. i've been making it this way for years
we like this cake because it's a dark dense cake with a different texture than most chocolate cakes. very good served with a dip of vanilla ice cream. i cut this from a magazine and have made it many times.
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