with a wonderful combination of colors and flavors, this pasta salad goes great with barbecued chicken or pork. i found this recipe in a magazine, i think toh, but not sure. not yet tried by me but here for safe keeping because it sounds good and a little different. time does not include chilling time.
my friend gave me this recipe this morning and i have it simmering now! it sounded like my grandmother's style. i used the frozen cabbage method for the leaves so i'll give the recipe that way. you need to put them in the freezer over night. if not, y
this dessert is a must-have for special fall occasions. unlike some fruit pies, this crust doesn't become soggy, thanks to the addition of ground walnuts. the nutty flavor pairs perfectly with the apples.
i needed to use a pound of ground beef i had in the fridge and decided to make some cocktail meatballs using what i had in the fridge. these turned out great! tangy meatballs with horseradish and sweet barbecue sauce!
take care!! these middle eastern sesame cookies are addictive, especially if you make them really small, about 1-2 inch round, so easy to pop into your mouth!! they are served with sweet turkish coffee or hot tea.
i have been making this hearty soup for as long as i have been cooking. my mom and my grandmother always made soup like this,it does take time but worth it. my family loves this soup & looks forward to coming to dinner when i say, i'm making soup. it is l
one of australia's greatest cookery contributions, shell-on prawns cook quickly and stay succulent on the barbecue. try this garlicky and delicious recipe and you'll understand why the shrimp is so good on the barbie! add 30 minutes on for marinating time
this is what i threw into a container for lunch one day at work. i was running late and truly, neccesity is the mother of invention. i was quite surprised at how much i really loved this salad! i love the basil and strawberry mixture!
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