i found this in prevention magazine. it's easy and tastes great! serve with a salad and you've got a light summer meal.
this was the recipe i created the very first time i cooked fish. very simple but delicious. so far this recipe has converted three non-fish eaters to eat fish! use any flaky white fish or even chicken and serve with couscous and fresh veggies.
this cookie also makes a great breakfast snack for those on the run!an easy way to chop the apricots is to cut them into small pieces using scissors. this recipe was created for ready, set, cook! (#6)
this is based on a recipe from the link http://www.nclrc.org/guides/hed/lessons/20.html, which i made after attempting recipe #173583 for the aussie recipe swap #12. at the time, the recipe i had attempted was based on a very rough arabic translation, so
my son needed an enchilada recipe for his food science class. he wanted my recipe, but i don't use a recipe per se'. i have guestimated here and i think it should be pretty close to what i make. my enchiladas are comfort food. we have these for new years
another variation of a taco soup. this was made with what i had on hand. it turned out very delicious and everyone liked it. i have the taco seasoning in bulk. i also use frozen corn and not the canned
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