very tasty. beef stew meat, vegetables, and sweet and sour sauce make this one great stew.
i had this at a church function and searched out the person who brought it, so i could request the recipe. this is a fantastic recipe for using up leftover thanksgiving turkey. or, if you don't have any leftovers, it's also very good with rotisserie chi
it's funny, i lived in mississippi for a long time very close to alabama and i never had this while i was there. it just figures that i would wait years to taste this deliciously different barbecue, which is creamy, tangy, and nicely smoky. the sauce will
first place winner of the 2009 craze-e contest. i created this simple yet sophisticated salad in the spirit of mark bittman's minimalist column in the ny times. to dress up the presentation (though it's quite pretty as is), serve over a bed of greens. if
here is a different way to serve boring old brown rice. the nutritious grain is jazzed up with spinach, fresh mushrooms, feta cheese, garlic, and dill. try this as a unique side dish for fish or chicken, or as a vegetarian main dish. recipe is from light
from a fantastic award winningregional cookbook from the junior league of north harris county (houston). it is called texas ties, and i have never had a bad recipe from the book. i have not tried this one, but it sounds yummy.
in the south, it's a tradition to eat black-eyed peas on new year’s day, but this bean salsa is so tasty that you will enjoy it at any time of the year. we love it with the new baked tortilla scoops, which makes this a very healthy recipe!
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