this recipe comes from my great aunt edna, which i got from my aunt shirley. i always remember it from family reunions but only recently discovered how to make it. after making a couple batches and having them come out just as i remember as a kid, i dec
found on emiratican kitchen . the intro says: this is an unusually delicious salty and sweet breakfast dish that is enjoyed on a regular basis. this is also traditionally served on the eid holidays along with boiled garbanzo beans and boiled black-eye pe
i first had this salsa at a house warming party served with tortilla chips. it was the first thing to go, everyone loved it. i found it's an excellent side to grilled pork tenderloin. i've served it cold and hot; i think it's good both ways but my husb
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