this is a recipe coming from crete where people's longevity is the highest in the world! so it's good for you and it doesn't compromise on taste... the quantities given will be enough for 2 as a main dish or 4 as a side-dish.
this is not a traditional sweet bread but it is awesome hot out of the bread machine with a little butter. unfortunately this is not a recipe you can set up on a timer to start later. you will need to "babysit" it for the mixing cycle as the moisture of
this recipe can be made with garlic or shallots or even pearl onions or a combination thereof. while in gascogny, rendered duck fat would be used. you can use olive oil, lard (pure lard rendered by farmers who raise organic stock is available more and m
this is a recipe from a 1987 issue of better homes & gardens, from a tyson chicken ad. it's meant to be stuffing for cornish game hens but because i don't eat meat and poultry, this serves as a nice vegetarian side dish (non-vegans can use butter for a ri
this recipe has been posted for zwt ii & my source is www.recipes4us.co.uk/desserts%20and%20puddings/belgian%20plum%20flan. this recipe wasn't very "post your recipe" friendly as it expressed everything in both metric & us measurements, so i had to make a
posting this for zwt 2006 (french cajun & creole region). this is a very homey comforting sort of a soup. the spices are easily played with if you like it spicier and it is even better with a good dollop of hot sauce in it.
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