i originally got this recipe from the looneyspoon series but have adapted it to suit my taste. here is my version of a thick, very satisfying chilli. i sometimes cook up some chicken breast and add it to the mix. the spices are a guideline...they can
this is the #1 all-time most requested meal that my two boys grew up on. now adam is 27 and alex has passed away, so i'm posting this in alex's memory. so easy, and you won't be dissapointed! also very good cold the next day. i got in the habit of making
we had this kind of soup in a restaurant at the harbor of algier, algeria. back at home i tried to copy the recipe and came up with this version. feel free to add more cayenne pepper to increase the heat.
i think this recipe is from a canadian living magazine, but i have changed it a little. the recipe calls for 2 - 250g packages of cream cheese, but i use 1 and only 1/2 the other because i don't like the cream cheese layer so thick. i also don't add the
this is an old standby for pot lucks and picnics. it is so simple and most ingredients come from the pantry. this salad is best served at room temperature and made a day ahead for the flavors to blend. delicious!!!
a neat trick to place the bacon strips in the husk!.make sure to buy corn with the husk still attached. from the cook book 'ben's barbeque'. when we cooked this recipe the bacon did not get crip, more steamed from the corn. the corn had a delicious smoky
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