found on viamagazine.com. enjoyed for 'elevenses' today! recipe rearranged a little with hints of persian/middle eastern flavors introduced.
this recipe yields 3 hearty loaves of bread here is what i love about this recipe. it's simple, uses few ingredients and you have great results every time. don't be afraid of making this bread! this is my own take on a recipe my sister-in-law shared
this recipe was created with items i had in my pantry. i own and use a 3-quart crock pot, but you can adapt this recipe to any size vessel. i serve it with mashed potatoes, but you could use pasta or rice or what have you. i also serve crusty italian brea
this can be on your table in 20 minutes! this is my idea of real comfort food! basil and tomatoes were made for each other, and they were made for pasta of any kind! be sure to use a very good quality canned tomato, such as progresso, on the west coast. t
found this in an old cookbook i borrowed from a friend around the world in 180 ways. simply delicious, great for those who aren't too keen on chilli powder, as you can add as much or as little as you like!
this recipe is from favorite lake city recipes, a cookbook from the army ammunition plant my husband works for. it was submitted by mrs. charles p. longgood, bldg. 1. it's become a family favorite and has been requested for christmas dinner for several
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