this dish is from tim malzer, a german chef who just won the golden camera in germany for his tv show. his recipes are always delicious.
this recipe is modified from a recipe of a food item served in gloria jean's coffee. it may be sort of a strange combination but despite that it soon became my favourite afternoon snack and brain food.
i first tried this when i went to visit my girlfriend in buffalo, ny and i loved it so she fixed it again a couple of years later when my husband went with me and he fell in love with it so i made it at home for the first time a couple of months ago and i
i've added this so i don't forget how to make it! this beetroot chocolate fudge cake will hit you between the eyes and knock you out. the beauty of this recipe is that it is incredibly rich and deep in flavour, yet uses hardly any flour or fat. i pr
one night i was watching "throwdown with bobby flay" and he was challenging "pink's" which is a hot dog stand in hollywood ca. i was inspired to make my own "gourmet" hot dog. loving blt's as much as i do, this recipe is the end result of that inspirati
when i was in college a friend of mine taught me how to make this. he was from "the gambia" and told me they make it there with either fish or chicken. i have only made it with chicken and every time i serve it to someone new they ask for 2 things. first
this is just too easy. a 45 year old dad and his 11 year old son knocked this out in 15 minutes, cooked it for 7 hours and feasted. should be titled "turkey breast for dummies". there might be some odd ingredients in this recipe but it comes out great
a local restaurant has this on their menu one day a week. they serve it with sour dough bread and a salad with a vinagrette dressing. it is always a treat to have this and i was fortunate enough to get a copy of their recipe. i have cut it down to one
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