hot wings are my absolute favorite appetizer! this is the way they prepared them at ruby tuesdays when i worked there and they are fantastic! they really are very simple to make and you can adjust the heat according to your taste.
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a healthier take on rice pudding. i've found sushi rice creates a great texture, but this will also work well with arborio rice. warning: this will not work with soy milk, i've tried it and for some reason the rice doesn't absorb it well!
a tasty cake from taste of the caribbean. posted for zwt iii. this cake is nice, but ended up a bit dry when made according to the original recipe - i reduced the amount of flour a bit and baked it for a much shorter time - may have to play around with
this one is hot off the press from eat boutique blog. the creator, denise woodward, said she's been developing this recipe for a year. she finally nailed it by using pork instead of beef, chicken or turkey and even veal. the sesame seeds add crunch to
this is my sunday morning treat (sometimes). my grandfather used to make these all the time before he became diabetic. you can probably feel your heart working harder because of all the fat, but these sandwiches are so good!
this tasty eggplant dish is the perfect side to a roasted chicken and a green salad with a lemon vinaigrette. you can either pre-grill the slices or broil them before putting the dish in the oven but either way, make sure the slices are partially cooked b
the base for this recipe was originally from allrecipes but i've changed the recipe to suit my breadmaker and taste. when i made my first loaf of this i couldn't believe i had made something that looked and tasted like a commercially produced loaf. note:
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