i found this and had to post before even trying - that way it would be here when i need it! in this dish, zucchini are stuffed with the twin stars of calabrian cheese making: pecorino and ricotta. flecked with tomato and mint, they are equally good eaten hot or at room temperature on a warm summer day, which is what we have almost all year long :) this recipe was first published in saveur in issue #113
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another great recipe from mark bittman. it’s almost a given that time and oven space are at a premium on thanksgiving day, and this method of roasting turkey, unorthodox as it is, addresses both. split, flattened, and roasted at 450°f (lowering the hea
adapted from the moosewood cookbook for west african groundnut stew. wine or other fruit and vegetable juices (example, apricot or tomato) would also work as substitutes for the liquids. thanks to brooke the cook in wi for putting this recipe in her best
i made horchata de almendra (almond horchata) milk from here on zaar to make this non dairy ice cream! great for the lactose intolerant! and full of almond flavor. be sure to use sweetened almond milk as in these 2 recipe #230449 or recipe #229086 because
as simple and delicious as it gets! use the stuffing as listed below, use the stuffing of your choice, or cook the fish without it altogether. if you prefer, two thick slices of salmon may be cooked in this same manner. from the western chapter of the un
rhode islanders have voted "coffee milk" the official state drink -- and they adore any variation on it. this punch, with its triple dose of coffee flavor, is a nod to this fondness for coffee. from country living magazine.
came out as a result of the rsc #11 contest. this didn't have the required number of ingredients, but i liked the taste. good with pound cake, ice cream, french toast or whatever you like. needs to cool before using and keep refrigerated.
i found this one at www.stretcher.com while looking for "homemade baking mixes". this recipe comes out rich and fudgy every single time. it's also very easy to put together initially. prep time is the time it takes to mix a full batch of brownie mix an
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