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i'm mostly posting this here so i don't lose it again but this is really, really good dressing. i think there's a bunch of costa vida resturants out west but i went to the one in portland, me and am now hooked!
this just came to me in an email from cascadian farms and i am posting it here for safekeeping. the recipe is credited to shaina olmanson. i found them rather sweet, so i will probably reduce the honey/sugar. instead of making a drizzle i just added choco
we have a giant apple tree so also lots of applesauce. this is a good way to use up some of it. reduce the sugar if you are using sweetened applesauce. i amended this recipe from a recipe i got from taste of home.
this tex-mex drink is quite simple. use well chilled vodka i like it frozen. garnished with lemon and celery. you can kick it up by adding horseradish. you can remove the seeds from the chiptole pepper if you can't stand the heat. now thats the way to sta
recipe from the riverfront times' recipes 1997 and states it was submitted by chef gregory mosberger from te carriage house restaurant. he recommends serving the tuna atop a salad of tossed greens, nicoise olives, steamed green beans and hard boiled egg
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