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this recipe is from the paula deen cooking show on the tv food network. originally shown for beef short ribs only, i have found it works as well with pork ribs. i have increased the amount of sauce ingredients - the original amounts didn't seem to be quit
i remember when i was growing up watching my great aunt cook and listening to all her tips on cooking and was thinking about her fried cabbage.... so this morning (new years day) i decided to use up the cabbage i had left in the refrigerator. i added my o
there seems to be 2 types of biscuits/cookies that go under this name. these are the australian version, old-fashioned meltingly soft buttery shortbreads sandwiched together with a butter icing. this recipe came from super food ideas, and it is perfect.
these are the best hot wings. i particularly like using frank's louisiana hot sauce. adding a tablespoon of ranch dressing to the butter sauce makes spicy ranch wings. do not try making these in the oven. the wings come out soggy and the skin is rubbery.
one of emeril lagasse's recipe that is so good. i usually use less broth (for a thicker soup), cream cheese instead of cream(b/c i like cream cheese), and sweet italian turkey sausage (leaner)....however any way you do it, it's delicious.
this is a savory variant on a fettichini alfredo reciepe i found - it was my best attempt at duplicating a dish at a local resturant that's no longer here. recipe is a 1-1-1-1 ratio, but i doubled the sauce for a full box of pasta
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