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my sugar free and much less expensive version of the ever popular smoothie! i got tired of paying $5 or more for one smoothie. you can change the fruits around to suit your taste. the combos are endless! i've also used peaches, raspberries, and mangos
i recently purchased “the new american plate” a wonderful cookbook filled with dishes with sophisticated flavors that are also healthful – lots of lean meats, grains and vegetables. this frittata is my own take on one of my brunch favorites – with autumna
i prefer baby back ribs, but the grocery stores in my area put these country style ribs on sale quite often, so i am always looking for ways to make use of them. plus, i love to grill....this is a perfect match.
from a blog called mediterranean turkish cook. i took out 1tbsp olive oil because olive oil isn't supposed to be heated at high temps,just added to food from bottle. i don't actually know amount of servings and cook time but recipe can't be submitted u
this will be the best roasted turkey you’ve had, hands down! i prefer this over deep fried turkey as it is about as moist and has much more flavor to it. i compliment this turkey by serving giblet gravy, sautéed herbed mushrooms and apple wine stuffing.
i found this recipe in the toronto star, december 26, 2007, rated one of the best recipes of the year. it is a lovely brunch pizza..."do not use a non-stick skillet for the onions, and don't skimp on the pear; it adds the right touch of sweetness". prep
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