quick vegan dish i threw together last night... i love orzo pasta simply prepared with margarine, salt and pepper. since i didn't want to eat just that for dinner, i decided to add some veggies that i had on hand as well. i used a 12 oz bag of frozen asparagus from trader joes, thawed for 5-6 minutes in the microwave, and then chopped into 1" pieces. trader joe's frozen asparagus tends to become very mushy, very fast, so keep an eye on it in the microwave, and add it to your skillet at the last minute. spices were kind of a mix and match. i use a mix called sandwich sprinkle from penzey's spice company, as well as basil and thyme.
a yummy pasta dish that is started on the cooktop and finished in the oven. the house will smell divine! the chorizo i use is a dry sausage available here tinged with lots of paprika. it is already cured and can, in fact, be eaten out of hand, much like
just made this recipe today...came out too high first time, adjusted it and second loaf is perfect.....i couldn't be happier... i make this on dough cycle too or the kitchen aid , after rise is done, i form into a loose braid let rest for 45 to 60 minu
at family gatherings, it wasn't complete without my aunt's macaroni salad made with this delicious dressing. it provides a yummy alternative to the mayo or vinegar based dressings. i've also used this on potato salad and was asked to make the potato salad
this is a recipe that i've had forever and is still an oldie but goodie. you can find this in the cold cuts section of your grocery. it definitely has it's own distinct taste and is described as a smoked liverwurst. serve with crackers. serving size is
posted for zaar world tour 2005. from a cookbook of countries along the danube, this came from germany. the original recipe called for a tablespoon of salt but i cut it down to a teaspoon (particularly since the sprouts are cooked in broth). cooking ti
for comfort cafe 2009 i was thouroughly enjoying all the wonderful coffee brews by my fellow zaarites. so in honor of them here is a simple yet delicious cup of java! please feel free to add in any accoutrements you would like. i like cream and a tinge
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