found this at sweethealthyliving.com. an amzing young woman with a passion for all things healthy. storing it here for convenience, i simply have to try a cake made out of kale and pistachios!
who doesn't love an authentic taco bell taco? ever try and make them at home only to end up with a meat substance that resembles nothing of taco bell's? well.. this recipe is the closest i have come, and i never get complaints ;)
this is the original caesar, from tijuana. (that's right, tijuana, baja (calif) mexico, the same place that the margarita came from!). i've simplified this a bit by using anchovy paste and prepared croutons, but it is the same authentic taste. absolutel
you couldn't get any more authentic. this was taught to me by my cajun maternal grandmother who was taught by her maternal grandmother. i've never run across a gumbo recipe with "parsley meatballs". these are optional. i asked my mom about this and sh
a friend gave me this wonderful recipe, and oh my, it is so good. just like a extra good apple pie filling, but in jam form. if you love apple pie, you are going to have to make this wonderful recipe. my husband who only likes strawberry jam, said, "this
throw away the a-1! this is delicious on steaks, grilled burgers, veggies and baked potatoes. it lasts a while in the fridge so if you have extra don't toss it. a hand potato masher is a quick and easy way to combine the ingredients.
i modified my recipe #274969 to create a more summery version involving blueberries and lemon. the original recipe is my brother-in-law's favorite dessert, which i created especially for him to accommodate his egg allergy. instead of eggs for binding, i
muffins loaded with blueberries and a sweet streusel topping packs a great flavor using buttermilk and pastry flour. this is how i make my kids favorite snack or on the go breakfast. they can never get enough! they come out moist inside with a nice crunch
sauerkraut simmered with vegetables, apple, and juniper berries is a perfect match for bacon and chicken thighs. the robust combination of flavors makes this a great hearty winter dish. created by the staff of food & wine. for a white wine that will contr
my treasure trove of long-lost, but newly found recipes will soon be exhausted. i am down to the last few that happen to all be breakfast dishes that esp appeal to me. as w/many of the others, i have no clue about the orig source of this recipe. (times ha
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