this is an excellent hearty vegetable soup. it is best when young beets are available.
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what better way to welcome spring than with this sweet strawberry bread! yogurt makes this bread very moist and almond extract makes it sweetly delicious! tint the icing pink if you wish, for a pretty, spring-y look.
i found this recipe in a newspaper many years ago and i believe that it is an african dish if my memory is correct, although don't quote me on it. "this takes a little while to make but it's very delicious and worth the effort." the flavors are uniq
this is the runner-up recipe for 1987 in the san francisco chronicle. because sesame oil is such an integral part of the dressing, be sure you use fresh oil of the highest quality. this asparagus makes a perfect accompaniment to grilled, broiled or fried
this is so tasty, and healthy too! we love black beans. prep time does not include soaking and cooking the beans, but does include cooking the chicken. you can, of course, substitute canned beans, just drain them. the soup can also be frozen in a sturdy p
these can be made as a side dish, an appetizer, or a light dinner with a salad. to give them a smoky flavor, cook them on an outdoor grill rather than in a grill pan, until the cheese melts and the tortillas are crisp. recipe from martha stewart living m
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i found this recipe on another site, adjusted it a bit and made it for my boyfriend. he makes incredible chili (expensive and it takes all day to make!) but when i served this to him he kept eating until it was gone! and then asked when i was going to mak
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