sinful and sinfully easy to whip up! the chocolate adds a nice twist to the traditional buttermilk pie. recipe courtesy of sandra lee's semi-homemade cooking 2 cookbook.
a wonderful buttery taste of early summer, useful way to use up the first asparagus and beans and young garden mint. from nigel slater's new book tender. use the vegetable weights as a guide, use whatever you have.
these make lovely gifts, and the size can be varied (i've made 1/2 pint and pint jars with equal success.) these will keep in the cupboard for up to one year (theoretically!) depending on the size on your jars, you can either bake them in muffin tins, o
this recipe is for the serious bread maker. use your kitchenaid for a lighter inside (perfect for subs and pasta dishes) or make it 100% hand-made which will produce a bread that is more dense and hearty (for dunking in soups and stews). buddha says to 'b
this is a very popular sort of fast food that is common in pakistan and india. it's really good for people who love spicy flavors and is simple to make. there is no need for an outside grill, just use an elecrtic grill like a george foreman and it's j
an easy, tasty indian dish that goes great with naan or rice. the more finely you chop the pepper, the hotter it will be. [[thanks to charishma ramchandani for the correction about the curry powder!]]
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