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this recipe is by don mauer, a syndicated food columnist. the technique used here makes for a fast yet tender pot roast. the 90 minutes refers to time in the oven, there is additional time needed for brining and cooking. do not cook vegetables with the po
my daughter got this recipe from a fellow army work friend. we have adapted this recipe to what ever is in the fridge at the time. it is a delicious flavour and the flavour changes all the time depending of what you feel like using at the time. although t
"salata is always light and crunchy, making it a perfect counterpoint to afghan cuisine’s heavier dishes. some afghan cooks consider it a point of pride when the diced vegetables are small and uniform in size. the result reminds a little of a colorful bow
i got this recipe about 2 years ago in a magazine which i promptly misplaced. about a month ago i got it again in an email from cuisine at home. this time i promptly made it with mustard greens from my garden and took it to a potluck. all i brough
perfect for a teething baby! these contain no wheat or eggs. you do not need to add any sugar or salt; these are not necessary for a baby. i don't know how much this yields; depends on how big you make the biscuits. recipe from wholesomebabyfood.com
yep, this is the real stuff that your great aunt martha made for her covered dish at the annual family reunion down at the old home place. no frills but wonderful cole slaw. this is the recipe that i exclusively use on pork barbeque sandwiches too. this c
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