this comes from yoshiaki kirsana, a chef at a houston benihana restaurant. yoshiaki was kind enough to submit this for publication in a local methodist church's cookbook, published about 20 years agp.
use only the best quality ingredients and you'll have the most delicious and refreshing dessert imaginable. and it takes only moments to make! affogato is a typically italian way to enjoy ice cream — it's literally 'drowned' in espresso or another liquid
just came back from morocco and had to try my hand at cooking in a tajine. it is similar to crockpot cooking but you can cook on your stovetop, oven, or grill. i was advised that about anything goes--just clean out your refrig and create your own recipe.
this is a pie crust recipe that my mom always used and its quite old. its a very liberating way to make pie crust especially for those of us who get the "willies" when we think about trying to make homemade pie crust. i know everywhere that a pie crust r
i was scrounging around in the fridge, looking for something interesting to make lunch one saturday. i found a very ripe avocado, some left-over brie and a bit of mustard........put them together, grilled them and was surprised at the gourmet result of a
using brown rice creates an additional nuttiness to this dessert, while the dried fruit, chopped pecans, and ice cream add wonderful taste and texture making this dessert very festive. you can use any dried fruit, just chop into smaller pieces if large fr
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