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this was the best chili dog ever invented! i loved going to der wiener schnitzel when i was a kid, now called just "wiener schnitzel", but the chili dog is the same wonderful hot dog that we all grew up with, but now you can make it at home!
no need to order in chow mein when you can make it yourself, this is just as good if not even better than any chinese restaurant or take-out -- if you prefer more flavor then add in more soy sauce --- if desired after the pork is finished browning you may
a rich and creamy baked citrus tart, typical of pre-1950s english cuisine before australian cooking was changed forever by european then asian migrants. i've posted this recipe which i found in the 2005 october edition of the cooking magazine 'australian
i found this on theotherwhitemeat.com. do not omit the dill pickle relish/chips, they really make the sandwich. i do believe, in certain parts of the country, that this is called a loose meat sandwich, but don't quote me on that :)
bibim bap literally means "mixing rice". delicious, healthy, traditional korean dish with lots of veggies. this can be made with many different vegetables, so pick your favorite combo! most common is mung beansprouts, carrots, cucumbers, and spinach.
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