the winner of the first bundts across america contest was this chocolate cabernet flavors di ‘vine’ wine cake. i've made this bundt cake many times and it is so good and i wanted to post it here for safe keeping. wine pairings: darker red wines, such as syrah, cabernet and fruity merlot; sweeter reds such as brachetto or lambrusco; ruby-style ports, including late-bottled and vintage ports.
i actually love the taste of this. within minutes i feel great and gain energy. this is supposed to cleanse your system, especially the liver. it also helps with bloating, weight loss, digestion, blood pressure, diabetes and countless other things. drink
this is from a really old edition of reader's digest. i request this for my birthday instead of a cake. i think it is divine. very rich though, beware! i usually omit the nuts and it still turns out just fine. (cook time is chill time)
this is the recipe i always make for new year's day. so many black-eyed pea recipes include ham, which you could add to this one, but we don't miss the meat because of the robust flavors of the kale, garlic and vinegar. this is one of the recipes you don'
one of emeril lagasse's favorites. this is a soup his mom would always cook. he describes it as a stick-to-your-ribs soup. enjoy! *note: the dried beans need to soak for at least 8 hours. you could do that overnight* (for a quick soak, bring the beans
simple, tasty, and off the beaten track from regular rice bowls. assembly takes moments and everything can be prepared in advance and frozen. easily prepped, frozen, and microwaveable with the exception of the bananas and garnish. also, can be arranged wi