another sri lankan recipe from chamaine solomon posted after a request from another member. i have had to miss one ingredient from the list as the site does not recognise it, but 1 strip of daun pandan or rampe leaf needs to be added to the other ingredi
michael smith says: "i'm addicted to chocolate and always look for a way to work it into a treat, especially with coffee. together they make mocha. this coffee flavoured chocolate cake batter baked in coffee cups looks like a cup of coffee – until you cut
this a twist on paula deen's recipe. i didn't have enough cheddar cheese, so i added some parmesan and mozzarella. i also did not add the mayonnaise because i thought it would be too mushy. the taco seasoning was added to give a bit of a kick.
this marinade is specifically for red meat or vegetables. it can be made up to a week in advance of use provided it is stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator. fresh herbs such as rosemary, oregano or marjoram can be added if desired.
from vanilla.com http://www.vanilla.com/index.php/recipes/desserts/banana-poe.html the starch in poe comes from the manioc root, also known as casava and yuca. originally a food of the americas, it was taken to africa in the 16th century, and later to
this recipe has been around for a while. it is delicious casserole that can be made ahead time, if needed. the only thing i can add to this is a few of my personal preferences when making this recipe. maybe they will be yours too. :) i like to use the
this is excellent comfort food on a brisk cold snowy day. this is a thick soup i put together with what i had in the kitchen one day. too cold and snowy to run to the store. my husband liked it. hopefully, you will, too. :) side note: you can cook
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