artichokes with vegetables in a lemon-dill sauce aginares latheres pronounsed ahg-kee-nah-rehs lah-theh-res. artichokes are very popular in greece. this recipe combines them with dill and lemon. if you can't get fresh artichokes you can substitute froze
different from the other recipes because it uses mrs. butterworth's syrup instead of plain karo. i found this recipe in a cookbook i bought from a montana amish (yes we have amish in montana!) kitchen/diner called the dinnerbell bakery and banquets cook b
found this on the back of a full circle frozen mahi mahi fillet package. if you are low on time and need a quick, easy and tasty recipe, this will make you happy. the package recommends steamed jasmine rice and warm bok choy to round out the meal.
i found this recipe on eatingwell.com. hoppin' john is tradionally made with rice, but barley make it a bit healthier. eating black-eyed peas on new year's day is said to bring good luck and prosperity for the new year.
this is a recipe that takes a little time, but is well worth all the effort in the end. an 8-inch cardboard circle, bottom of 8-inch springform pan or 8-inch saucepan lid can be used for a template. broiler temperature varies widely so it may be necessa
i wanted something simple and fresh for dinner and i threw this together with what i had on hand. if you don't have pre-cooked chicken on hand just throw a couple of breasts in a baking and sprinkle with rotisserie seasoning. bake at 350 degrees or until
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