this might have been the worlds first and oldest flavored coffee. wether it is or not, it's delicious and something to be sipped slowly and enjoyed.time given is an estimate, stoves vary. warning: this is authentic and it's very sweet and you might want t
yummy, easy, cheap, fast and filling. husband tested and approved, lol. there are a gazillion different things you could add to this, and i have tried most of them with success. this is the basic, barebones recipe. explore to your heart's content!
these taste wonderful with mashed potatoes. (to make mashed potatoes the belgian way, you also put some nutmeg in with the salt and pepper) i hope you will enjoy these as much as i do. endives are a little bitter, but cooked they are sometimes a mixture o
bhuna is the indian equivalent of stir frying and sauteing on medium high heat. the high heat helps meld the flavours of the spices into the vegetables or meat. remember to keep a little water at the side whenever you try any bhuna dish to keep the dish f
i came up with this recipe as an idea to use some of the ingredients that come in the monthly food box that's purchased. if you make them in advance, it beats running thru the local "fast" food place.
right after joining rz, i tried & was not able to find a recipe for candied limes, but chef neta kindly helped me find this 1 at the food network website. twice since then questions have come up about candied limes, so i thot i would post the recipe. i mo
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