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5 minutes and it's done! i love fish, but my husband would rather starve, so when i make some wonderful fish dish for myself, i whip this up for him. it's so fast and easy that it doesn't add to my meal prep time at all! great for scallops too!
entered for safe-keeping, from yvonne ruperti's "one bowl baking: simple from scratch recipes for delicious desserts," as shared on seriouseats blog. cake flour ensures a fluffy pancake. more at: http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2014/03/baileys-irish-
this is a very tasty breakfast/brunch dish! for variation, i have added grated sharp cheddar cheese right on top of the english muffin before adding anything else. i can see many variations of this simple dish. normally i bake my bacon, but for this recip
printed in the cookbook 'from the land of figs and olives'. i also introduced a little bit of us pacific northwest to this recipe with the use of a very small amount of salish smoked salt however the smoked salt is optional. also, i dry roasted cumin seed
my husband wanted a bone in ham the other day and with my kitchen was between 80 - 90 degrees, i did not want to heat the oven. i could find lots of recipes for steaks but very few for whole or bone in ham. i combined what i found and came up with this.
a favorite stew recipe in my house as well as that of our frequent dinner guests. meal in one with bread and butter. prep time does not include pulling the chicken and pork which can be done a day or so in advance of making the stew.
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