this bread has a lovely festive color from the star ingredient which is beets and is perfect for party sandwiches or for a dinner party or bbq. it was inspired and created for the rsc #14 cooking contest for the summer of 2009, but since the original recipe had major problems i am reworking it and subtracting ingredients that are no longer required to be in it.
i took several recipes that i liked - but they weren't quite right, so this is the end result. this has no soup, no heavy breading, no cheese, no tomatoes, no bacon and no cream. it uses a pork loin, which i love to buy vs. individual pork chops, because
i usually make this after we have scrambled eggs for breakfast, using the leftover scrambled eggs in the rice! for veggie lovers, use the recipe's two cups of rice, but you can add another cup of rice if you like your fried rice more...rice-ier.
i found this recipe in a magazine and thought i would give it a try. i made two changes - 1. one green pepper in place of a red (next time i will stick with red only) 2. italian seasoning in place of thyme. otherwise, i followed the recipe exactly. t
quick & easy to make. you can have the batter whipped up in the amount of time it takes for the oil to heat. (i use a fry daddy.) we actually like them better after they sit for 5-6 hours rather than warm like most doughnuts i make.
this is an award winning recipe that i have been making for many years.it won top award for a guy named eddie, that's all i know. we gratefully thank him for a wonderful recipe! the twist is that you can either use cubed meat, or ground meat, the amounts
i adopted this recipe. i found 9 baby sweet red, yellow, & orange peppers which i just cut in half seeded and stuffed. the peppers are very sweet and the cheese gives this a nice kick. meanwhile the olives give this appetizer a nice saltiness.
i love eatin' what the ritzy folks do and i don't think there's anybody ritzier'n (that is a redneck word) dolly parton, the mother of this meatloaf. she's got sequins, she's got big hair, and big..uh...well, she's just big all over. keeping with her "b
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