my daughter adiya (didi to her friends) brought this recipe home from a cooking demonstration at her school. mandarin orange segments are hard to get where we live, but this pie is worth every imported can! prep time includes fridge time.
this is an appetizer that caprial pence serves at her restaraunt in portland,oregon, called the westmoreland bistro. they serve this with ginger, carrot, and daikon salad and wasabi creme fraiche. be sure to slice the salmon as thin as possible when you s
my boyfriend and i ate at a chinese rest. and had these shrimp that were veryyy good... so of course we couldn't really find a recipe that suited us so here is what he came up with! he's such a genious in the kitchen! they are a little spicy, but as any
an easy and low calorie side dish that could be served with any meat dish. i found this in everyday food magazine and have use vidalia onions and added garlic for our taste. the vidalia's are soooo sweet!
i found this recipe in a kraft magazine. prep time does not include refrigeration time. recipe hounds, please note deely's review! i have changed the pan size to 8x8 because deely says this recipe will not make enough to fill a 9x13 pan. if a larger d
this came from the side of a bisquick box, but i must admit it is about 30 yrs. old or better. my grandmother used to make this cake often because it was fast and my grandfather loved coconut. it is really
this is a wonderful side dish for an asian style entree. bok choy has a wonderful, crisp texture that is reminiscent of celery. you can easily add shrimp or chicken to make a main dish, but i recommend doubling the sauce if you do so. simple and yummy:)
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