posted for zwt6.the original recipe calls for 1 oz. genever,but gin is ok if not available.
like a marriage of two fiery and hot-headed people, the pairing of spiced coffee with a strongly-flavored meat (such as venison) might seem odd; yet this versatile rub both tames and accentuates the meat sumptuously — the sharpness of the coffee and the a
this not "just another" banana bread. i've made it time and time again throughout the years. it's from an old and yellowed recipe clipping (50 plus years old) from my local newspaper that my great aunt had written her own success notes beside. my aunt was
most fridays i bake my own challahs which taste so good that my family wants something to put on their slices. when i first moved to vienna my sister-in-law served this for the same purpose & i've been making it ever since as nothing could be easier!
i have been making this recipe for years. it is fast, easy and perfect for the barbecue. the seasonings are an approximate....you could add more. my preference is the red potatoes for the colour. i have roasted whole garlic cloves along with the potat
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