this recipe was passed from my grandma to my mother and passed to me and will be passed to my daughter when she has children. adjust bowel movement by more or less honey. use more or less lemon according to size of curds in spit up. more makes larger c
a sweet coconut bread with a light almond flavor and little bits of dried fruit. eat a slice as a snack, dessert, or as toast for breakfast. the bread is a little crumbly (like banana bread,) and absolutely delicious! from caribbeanchoice.com
this recipe is a variation of one from my husband’s family. the first time i heard of “cabbage salsa”, i must admit that i thought it sounded a little strange. but i was blown away when i tried it! this is fabulous with chips, or as a condiment for tacos
i made this healthy recipe from the taste of home feb/march 2011 issue today for lunch and really enjoyed it. i used sabra roasted pine nut hummus. i usually also dice up kalamata olives and include them in the wrap. this recipe also works fine using g
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