another great way to serve cod, especially with all that wonderful summer squash from the farmer's market. it's very healthy because you can get away with using very little oil. this recipe comes from the whole foods website.
jamie oliver is one of my favorite chefs. this is definitely comfort food. it is also pretty inexpensive to make. *due to reviews, i have reduced the amount of beef broth to 2 cups. if you would still like a thicker sauce, be prepared to add a slurry of s
authentic tamales are a lot of work but soooo worth it! if you are having trouble finding the maseca (a very popular brand of corn masa, it is the one i use) or corn husks locally there is an excellent online mexican grocer that offers these and other in
this recipe was in the columbus dispatch several years ago, submitted by a reader. she wrote that it was from the inn at honey run in millersburg, oh. i made it also, and it is really good as stated by the latest reader who posted it... hope you enjoy it
this is from the company's coming christmas cookbook, it would be good with broccoli too. i have made it for a couple christmas dinners with raves. plus that way you get your ham with your turkey. if you don't have fresh ham get a slab of black forest ham
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