there are so many muffin recipes around, but this is my fave. you can use any chocolate chips you like but i use cadbury's giant chocolate buttons cut in half. this recipe can easily be doubled, or multiplied by however many times you need. the veggie oil is just the cheap supermarket kind, and any kind of milk works just as well.
this is a great chutney. it's simple to make and goes well with any cold meats, grilled chops, curries or grilled chicken. it has no flour or gluten containing ingredients. great for a gift. if you like chillies you can add a chopped fresh chilli
a delicious way to celebrate the new asparagus in spring, or broccoli in fall! decadent, smooth, and satisfying - this soup freezes then reheats in the microwave *beautifully* - my favorite "brown-bag lunch" addition.
i was skeptical of the flavors in this recipe, but the dish is fantastic! i got this recipe is from the dec/jan 2006 light and tasty mag (submitted by judith kin, madisonville, tn). i made a few changes, but overall the recipe is hers. i can't take cred
this recipe was adapted from saveur magazine though it was actually entocotes au poivre vert (strip steaks with green peppercorn sauce.) the sauce is what this recipe is all about the silky rich taste of this sauce is incredibly fabulous.
when i was a kid my dad came home form work one day and told my mom we weren't going to eat red meat anymore. this coming from a meat and potatoes type of guy was quite surprising to say the least. at that time my mom switched from white rice to brown as
serve this hearty dish with a dollop of cilantro laden sour cream, some spanish rice, and a mixed green salad. the ingredients for this recipe make a very small 7 inch pie. if you are using a normal sized pan, you might want to increase the amount of bla
Follow the food story Find cooking methods, recipes, tastings and everything about food here.