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mommy discovered this little trick last year: if you cut into a bell pepper, you may find a mickey mouse! but, sometimes the shapes look like other things: a flower, a camel, crater lake, etc. that's the surprise! finding the hidden mickey in a bell peppe
i am on a fresh ginger kick, plus it's the time of year (it's autumn as i write this) to use those fresh apples! i really appreciate that this recipe makes such a small amount that you can keep it in the fridge, without the bother of processing it. makes
this recipe is from week nine of my food blog, "travel by stove." i am attempting to cook one meal from every country on earth, and angola is my ninth stop. this is an angolan side dish made from rice, coconut milk and papayas.
i whipped this up as a slightly healthier baked mac and cheese that acts as a whole meal. i've used canadian bacon or ham for this recipe, but that is easily subbed for veggies for a comforting veggy meal.
a treasure originally found in an old copy of taste of home magazine many years ago that i adapted and have relied on many times over the years. easy, yet elegant and delicious. a favorite dish i have turned to time and time again for guests. not exactly
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