i got this recipe from mollie katzen's sunlight cafe. i changed it just a little bit, because it calls for pecans, and my boyfriend can't eat them. this is wonderful for breakfast with cream cheese spread on it! high protein, low sugar, very nutritious!
i heard a lot about raspberry iced tea during zwt6. when the dust settled, i went in search. while they all look great, i only have loose tea and earl grey bagged to take to work. so i started experimenting (uh oh). i used green tea because i though
your friends will love you for making these artichoke appetizers! they are worth the effort. great do ahead recipe, they freeze well i like to use 1 6oz jar in oil and 2 6oz jars in water or you may substitute 1 10 oz can for 2 6 oz jars. it works even if
add all dry ingredients in a bag instead of a bowl, add wet ingredients and pour into a pan. or one bag instructions for a campfire cook with dutchoven. great for camping! i would like to clarify pan size, you can use a 9 x 13 pan also. the 8 x 5 pan ref
a delicious beef stew that my dad taught me how to make - i added the beer on my own and you can replace it with another cup of stock. this stew - like most - is better when heated up on the next day. it also freezes very well.
my husband came up with the idea of having beef en croute with marsala sauce, i came up with the recipe. you can use any steak you like. we actually bought a small piece of topside and cut it into steaks, also, with the size of steak, use as much or as li
another recipe found in my "the complete meat cookbook" by bruce aidells and denis kelly. they state: "andouille is a hot and smoky cajun sausage that's now widely available throughout the united states. posting for zwt but untried by me.
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