when our family visited puerto rico the only thing in the refrigerator that was edible was bread and cheese. so our grandpa(abuelito wato) sliced us some cheese and grilled it on some bread for lunch and a snack. when i got back home we modified it and
this recipe is based on one from a dr. oz december 2011 episode where chef alton brown was a featured guest. alton brown discussed how he lost 50 pounds and has kept the weight off for two years. one of his secrets is recipes like this no-bake, low-calor
my family eats alot of this dish.i love cooking this because using the basic ingredients.you can mix and match veggies,spices and broths to suit your tastes or whatever you have on hand at the time.you can also add browned,drained hamburger or leftover ch
very rich and tasty meal, but also easy because it uses ready-made ingredients. it's not a fussy meal for busy night. my favorite alfredo sauce has also added mushrooms in it for extra flavor that goes great together with bacon. time for prep and cooking
my dear friend, barbara weinrich, presents my family with a beautiful tray of christmas cookies each year. this is my favorite. i love the exotic taste of cardamom and the browned butter icing. (scandanavian cooks have made a great contribution to midwes
a very healthy lasagna recipe without all the pasta. great way for this bariatric patient to still get one of my favorite dishes. i also like to add a little low-fat ricotta cheese to the bottom layer from time to time to change it up.
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