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i found this recipe on cooks.com and have not tried another marinade since (its called "grilled steak marinade" if you want to check it out there). i have made this for my wife and i and large groups alike; everybody has loved it and asked me for the rec
adapted from the essence of chocolate by robert steinberg and john scharffenberger; contributed by heidi friedlander. baked in mugs or cups and dolloped with whipped cream, trompe l'oeil baked hot chocolate is cleveland restaraunt moxie's signature desse
the perfect spanish tapas! these disappear quickly at parties; there's something about the mix of flavors that becomes addictive. you control the heat: the more red pepper flakes you use, the spicier it will be! this hors d'oeuvre is best when it marinate
i found this recipe on another site, adjusted it a bit and made it for my boyfriend. he makes incredible chili (expensive and it takes all day to make!) but when i served this to him he kept eating until it was gone! and then asked when i was going to mak
this one is a really lovely chutney. use it on or in quiches, pizzas, plain biscuits, sandwiches or just with a cheese platter, i am sure you will love it. i do keep this in the fridge, and it never lasts long, so i am not sure as to its time of keeping
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