my wife an i love the pickled cabbage served as an appetizer at our favorite chinese restaurant. this is our version of the cabbage. prep time does not include overnight setting time
it's not a fancy cake but when you eat it warm with whipped cream, ice cream or a chocolate glaze, it tastes pretty good. it's great for when you're craving for something sweet but don't want the temptation of an entire cake in your house. plus, it's supe
in my voyage to healthier eating, i have started using ground turkey instead of beef. in doing so... i had to make it tasty too. i do not use salt. for those that choose to season, well, that's on you.
this is an easy soup, made mostly with canned goods and could be made in the crock pot. people loved the soup and everyone went back for thirds!!! i could hardly believe it. the recipe is named for my nephew, andrew, who asked me to make him chicken e
this is a stove-top method, preferably using a cast-iron skillet. the bun is all–important. what you want is a mexican bolillo, the soft version, not the crusty one. if you can’t find bolillos, you can use regular hot dog buns that are already split. m
this recipe is re-printed from paul gaylor's exquisite book a passion for vegetables. the book has over 150 unique and innovative recipes from around the world for a huge variety of vegetables, most with full color photographs. too often vegetables are an
from an old cookbook submitted by someone named brewster d. dogget of wiscasset, maine. i had cut this out of the book but haven't made it yet. i make a similar fish with mayo that my mother in law gave me but this is a little different with the vermou
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