this is from an old newspaper clipping. i don't know which paper. you can use any spicy sausage in place of the chorizo.
this one is hot off the press from eat boutique blog. the creator, denise woodward, said she's been developing this recipe for a year. she finally nailed it by using pork instead of beef, chicken or turkey and even veal. the sesame seeds add crunch to
my mother invented this when she lived in baltimore in the 1950s (hence the title) as an easy-to-make approximation of beef stroganoff. the amounts of flour and oil shown are approximate--i just try to use the minimum that i can get by with to dust and br
this main dish salad looks very attractive and tastes even better. simple, readily available ingredients that are more than the sum of their parts. easy to make but there is a trick. the broccoli must be green and crisp for the recipe to wow. fresh dil
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