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our family was first introduced to the concept of "rare" ahi tuna when my sister-inlaw opened an inland nj seafood restaurant. frequently, she tested new recipes on us as well as her family & friends. the first time i tasted it, i was surprised to find ou
this has been a favorite since my children were todders many years ago. i think the original recipe came from an add for b.c. apples but i have modified it several times over the years. the original recipe called for white flour, brown sugar, and peeled a
yes. it's hot. a good steak deserves a good bite! jalapenos peeps,..smoked..yes some will think it's hot, to me and fellow pepper heads this is just a starter course. if you can't handle the milder sets of peppers, i'd advise you not to try this. i don't
first time making polenta, and it came out amazing. polenta can be served soft, right after cooking, or poured into a baking pan to cool. once cool, the polenta can be cut into squares, and served with your favorite pasta sauce. or, once it is cooled,
another cooking class recipe. this is a lovely tortilla soup with homemade tortilla strips. the things that make this recipe a little different from the others is the tomato sauce, rice, cilantro and limes. i'm not a big cilantro fan but i loved it in
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