i love this recipe because it uses really ripe bananas that you can catch on sale so it saves money and because splenda works well in it. i've never tried the other national brands of artificial sweeteners, so i can't comment on how they'll work. you can
also called achiote oil. annatto seed (poor man's saffron) is used to color food. it's from south america. the golden-yellow oil is used to fry or marinade vegetables or meat. which results in a bright orange surface. in vietnam, batters are often prepare
fantastic dip for any get together. great way to sneak veggies into the picky ones! adjust the veggies to use what you like, what you have or just what you think would be good. the meat here is very optional. make this veggie friendly by omitting it all t
from a friend who recently traveled to switzerland and returned with this recipe. she says this recipe is more authentic (i.e., bavarian) and less "mall food court" than other recipes (all are good, but it's a matter of preference). i don't know whether t
i had just returned from the hospital after surgery and needed to reassure my kids that everything was, thank g-d, alright. we needed comfort food in a big way. we had some beef waiting for me in the fridge, and i wanted something utterly wholesome and
yes, there are alot of steps in making bbq ribs and a great sauce to go with it, and yes they are always worth the work. everyone has their own taste of what is great and what is mediocre. you just have to experiment with your sauces until you get it righ
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