a different twist on baked ziti
posted in response to a request. i haven't tried this, but love the idea of using that which would normally be tossed to make something delightful. cook time is approximate and does not include water bath time.
this recipe is very tasty and i like that it is gluten free. i have tweaked it and made it my own. i always try to buy organic as i don't want the chemicals and gmo on my plate, which some corn has. besides, the food just tastes better. i doubled the re
this is in response to a request on the boards. this is from a german russian cookbook put out by the american historical society of german russians. german russians were germans who moved to russia and then to the us.
my family has been bugging me to submit this recipe as they feel it is the best brisket they have ever eaten. to me it is simplicity at its finest but the results are to die for. cooking time includes marinading time. hope you enjoy
i love the flavor the dijon mustard and italian seasoning give this. this recipe is so versatile! if you don't have one the veggies it calls for, leave it out or subsitute with something else. also a great way to use up eggs.
orange and vanilla flavored coffee. i use torani's sugar-free syrups, but any brand, or sugared ones will work. i use a french press pot to brew my coffee and "steam" the milk in a microwave frother. also good iced.
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