i got this recipe in the coupon pages of the weekend paper a long time ago. it didn't need much tweaking, it was good to start with and it's easy.
this recipe is from the rebar cookbook. rebar is a fabulous restaurant in victoria, bc...highly recommended! this is a delicious soup! it's just spicy enough, and very exotic-tasting. i really love the combined taste of ginger and cilantro. i pair
this rich dessert will remind you of having a chocolate treat along with a cup of your favorite coffee. it is very rich and gooey - make sure you cut your bars into smaller than ususal size. this recipe was made for the pillsbury bake-off 41 (hollywood, 2
we love asian food and this is a speedy variation of a quick and easy lo mein. sometimes i use frozen mixed vegetables for convenience. i use ground beef or thinly sliced chicken breats, which ever i have on hand.
a local hawker food in singapore and malaysia. probably not the healthiest food, but oh so good! i'm sure if you can't find the 'weird' ingredients, you can just sub sambal belacan/sambal oelek. serve with plain rice or coconut rice and some stir-fried ve
i got this recipe from recipegoldmine.com and enjoyed it so much i wanted to share it. these were so easy, and as a novice cook, i was surprised to find the finished product was restaurant quality. i added the pace cilantro salsa to the original recipe.
fabulous, quick and tasty pasta dish. i make this often and my husband inhales this (it is a sight to behold, let me tell you). serve with a big loaf of garlic bread and your guests will be in heaven. it serves 4 people (well, normal people- my husband
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