a fresh tasting, light, lemony salad. i often use this as a meatless main dish for dinner! cook time is chill time.
adapted from martin yan's chinese cooking for dummies. this is my favorite stir-fry sauce. it makes enough for two meals. having extra on hand makes for a quick meal. my son will actually eat vegetables he can dip in the sauce! warning about the amount of
it’s often difficult to find aquavit here in the liquor stores of the united states. so if you have a hankering for that potent liquor, here’s a substitute for you. :) you can experiment with all sorts of flavors, not just caraway. recipe adapted from
this recipe comes from my 14 year old son and one of his buddies, who, when feeling hungry one afternoon, found crepe batter and some other stuff in the fridge and got creative! i know if i came up with this, he never would have even tried it :)
this is based on a recipe from beatrice ojakangas’, great holiday baking book. she explains, “australians still participate in the tradition of four o’clock afternoon tea, which can be a simple or formal occasion, and features a selection of sandwiches,
my family has a real love affair going with this one. so far, the loaf has not survived to see room temperature--we scarf the whole thing while it's still warm. it would be great for toast or sandwiches....but so far it hasn't made it long enough to see
Follow the food story Find cooking methods, recipes, tastings and everything about food here.