this is recipe i received in an email from taste of home. it looks easy and contains ingredients i normally have on hand.
i prepared this as a snack for my husband this afternoon, as i had made chili and guacamole earlier in the day. at first, i thought i would throw together some classic nachos, but then i remembered that in the past, the results sometimes yielded some sog
this is more a technique than a recipe per se. however, if you love the taste of fried sweet plantains but don't want all the fat, this is the way to go. for those less familiar with plantains, they would best be described as a cooking banana. these pa
this is from the wonderful book "vice cream: over 70 delicious dairy-free desserts" by jeff rogers. i have modified it to reduce sugar, but it tastes every bit as "sinful" on a warm slice of fall fruit pie!
this bread is inspired by the “banana man”, a wildly eccentric character that supported himself by the sale of his bread off the back of his bicycle in key west, florida. it is by far the best recipe for a “special” banana bread treat.
using fewer habanero peppers can reduce the spiciness in this extremely hot habanero hot sauce. the sauce works wonders as a pick-up for bloody mary drinks. flavors meld wonderfully and the sauce keeps nicely for a long time. warning: a dash is all you
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