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when life was simpler and few people traveled beyond their own community, the use of a single ingredient could imply an "exotic" flare. if a dish had pineapple in it, it would be called "hawaiian"; if it had a green pepper added, then it was "spanish" or
from barefoot contessa parties! cookbook. the following is ina's introduction to the recipe: remember my-t-fine chocolate pudding? it's the ultimate comfort food. well, i like to take something familiar and bump up the flavor with high-quality ingredien
this recipe comes from my "no time to cook" cookbook. now you have to understand, these ingredients are some of my favorites. it is really hard to wait overnight for them to chill. i have not included chilling overnight in the time estimation. if you try
use any soft, quick-cooking greens,such as spinach, swiss chard or beet greens, for this recipe, but keep in mind that they have slightly different cooking times. the recipe comes from eating well.com
rumour is that this recipe is the one they use at red lobster. ever go there and they offer these little cheese scones that everyone wants and they can keep em comming? i'll tell you, i make these at home and they are the best i've ever tasted. a littl
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