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this was my grandmothers recipe, she made it every potluck, picnic, holiday, etc.. it was a big family hit. as i got older i started to do the same, and realized it wasn't just my family that loved this simply recipe.. everyone loved it!! now, i know, i
i love this dish, but i don't know if i'm brave enough to try making it. i have a feeling this would make a great dish for those preggers cravings, because there are a lot of flavors on one plate. translated from "atrevete a cocinar" by karlos arguiñan
update: my recipe was just published in the taste of home holidays & celebrations 2011 cookbook. tangy & creamy, this artichoke dip boasts the colorful addition of sun-dried tomatoes. serve with plain or multi-grain baked tortilla chips. developed for
nice change from steak & hamburgers. i love this served with scalloped potatoes and corn on the cob. to cut back on the sweetness & calories use prepared honet mustard in place of the honey & mustard. i used apprx 1/3 cup
great use of beef stew meat! wonderful beef stew with coriander, coconut and tomatoes. this is a dish from east africa, but has lots of indian influence. it combines the indian spice coriander with several classic african ingredients...peanuts, coconu
this recipe is based on a spicy stir-fry served hroughout the himalayas and the country of bhutan. use any type of hot chile pepper - jalapeno, thai chiles etc. i have modified the traditional recipe to be lower in sodium and fat. the red rice makes it
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