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hawaiian bread very similar to king's. most recipes on food.com/zaar are for 1.5 lb loaves -- tried to reduce amounts with no success. came up with this for the 1lb loaf and machine. in all honesty, i used all-purpose flour (all i had in the house) fir
a simple yet wonderful summertime treat that is much more flavorful than plain old regular jell-o. definitely company worthy. we have made this many times using different flavors of jell-o, and berry and grape work the absolute best. time does not include
this is something absolutely wonderful. it's kind of a fruit relish that combines a exciting variety of taste sensations; sweet, hot, fruity, and tangy. serve this fantastic blatjang with kebabs or curries. i like canning this and always have a jar handy,
my vietnamese fiance taught this to me. it has a strong flavor, so i serve it over a bed of rice with steamed veggies on the side. regular soy sauce works fine, but i prefer the low-sodium to ease the saltiness. you can fry, grill or broil the steaks, dep
a refreshing summer shake. sugar can be omitted for a healthier shake. found this recipe in boy's life magazine 20 years ago and have enjoyed it ever since. other fruits can be used for different "nogs". try strawberries or peaches.
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