a refreshing beverage and not only for beer lovers. i know, that this is not a true mojito, but it is in the style of it. peppermint leaves have a more intense flavour than other mint varieties and also have some bitter notes. this goes well together with the different malty and bitter flavours of many german beer varieties. if you prefer a non-alcoholic mojito, look out for a alcohol reduced or non-alcoholic beer. non-alcoholic beer is getting more and more prominent in germany.
apfelschorle is a simple, refreshing beverage made of equal parts apple juice and carbonated mineral water. delicious and thirst-quenching! for variation you can mix equal parts apfelschorle with white wine for a "weinschorle", with beer for a "apfel berl
this is a quick rich and yummy ambrosia. made it just the other day for an anniversary at work and everyone loved it. rich and creamy its a great dessert in the summertime. this recipe feeds anywhere for 12 to 20 depending on how hungry you are :) cook
i especially like this recipe as it makes a 9x13 pan as opposed to a 9x9, which i find handy when i have some extra mouths to feed. i first made this instead of my usual smaller version, at christmas when invited to my sisters for dinner,she already had p
ok,this is a lot of work, but soooooo worth it! my daughter and i watched america's test kitchen and decided to try it. there are a lot of steps, but could be adapted with a variety of light toppings and made ahead to the point of second grilling for comp
this is a different, outstanding appetizer. they always disappear fast when served. original recipe is from the sharp carousel recipe book which came with my first microwave. i've made them in other carousel microwaves also. the time to cook is actually 5
thanks to moosewood for their version of jerk tofu, which is what this is based on. it calls for baking the tofu - i prefer to grill it on the bbq. grilled tofu is so delicious!! you do need to press the tofu beforehand....that 30 minutes is reflec
from the daily mail. it's seems a good way to use up my over abundant herb garden. i love the thought of garlic, lemon and thyme and a crisp crackling. i plan to try this soon - i have the meat in the freezer. i'm entering it now in case i lose my scrap
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