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when the romans invaded greece their eating habits changed drastically. the greeks were better bakers. the greek slaves taught the romans to use several different flours in a single loaf instead of one common flour as they did in rome.
this is a mouth watering awesome armenian style steak tartare called chee kufta by my aunt sophie. she made this for me special when i was visiting her, which was very often! it's important to use very, very lean beef and make sure you have the butcher gr
this is such an excellent recipe for a quick, week night meal. loads of flavor and something different to have. i printed this off a food blog and now i can't find which blog it was from! i modified the recipe to the tastes of my family, and we all loved
this recipe comes from my auntie lolo. it's the best ribs i've ever tasted and the easiest by far to prepare. can't beat scrumptious simplicity! we usually get the country ribs, but you can use any ribs you so choose. these are her instructions. we te
i stopped by the super busy union square market on saturday morning and picked up some wine sap apples. this special variety is supposed to be one of the best for baking, so i had to give them a try. you can make this easy dessert in a big batch or small.
this recipe is an oldie from miracle whip and it is very good! i used newzealand blue hoki fillets but you can use red or white fish. you may also try 1/4 cup lowfat yogurt with only a 1/4 cup miricle whip.this is quick and easy.
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