i found this one on the web but i don't remember where. this is no place for watery lager. it calls for a beer or ale with a full robust flavor. i usually use a brown or red ale from ice harbor brewery, my favorite local micro brewery. fat tire ale from the new belgium brewery is another good choice. most ramen recipes are particularly handy for rv cooking, ie, minimum use of gas, not much heat buildup in the kitchen, and the pantry doesn't weigh much.
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i had to come up with a kid/adult friendly recipe to please everybody while my step-daughter was visiting. so this is what i did. we all loved this! it ended up making a lot, though, so you might want to make a half a recipe. i'll be taking this to the ne
this was originally a recipe from sandra lee's semi-homemade cooking. i took many liberties with both the ingredients and preparation. i'm sure it would be great with many combinations of fruit, fruit juice & gelatin. peach just happens to be my favori
an aromatic persian spice blend which is good added to stews and pulses. this recipe is from " a taste of persia" by najmieh batmanglij. the author suggests adding the rose petals to the ground spices. after trying both ways, i prefer to whizz them in t
i tried this crumble variation with tea masala spices and this came out really delicious. you can try with your favorite spices mix or with my recipe #448067 mix (quantity to taste). what’s the difference between a british crumble and an american crisp?
we have a ham-hating daughter (not heatherfeather, another daughter), who begs me to make this ham for every occasion. when i lost my original recipe, i found this one all over the internet with its original title,
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