i'm not really a big tea fan but i saw this recipe & just had to try it. i love the blend of spices with the cocoa, it's really great. i used vanilla tea with mine so mine was more like a chocolate vanilla chai, i suppose you could experiment with things like caramel or even toffee tea too. recipe is from sfi.
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we got the inspiration for this cocktail from chef #526666's sauce recipe in recipe #373075. why not also enjoy the burgers to go with the drink?! posted with permission. just one more reason we love zaar,.. creativity! :)
this cake is very moist and rich. it looks beautiful with slivered almonds around the top of the ganache. (i make it for fancy birthdays and fill layers with cappachino mousse.) i have seen some recipes with sour cream in the batter, but i like vanilla yo
from the canadian living test kitchen. real cheddar cheese and crispy bacon (add extra if you like) make this traditionally canadian diner-style burger taste even better at home. serve in hamburger buns. canadian living magazine, july 2005.
i got this recipe from sarah owen's book "the top 100 juices", published by lifetime distributers, castle hill, australia. sarah owen says "the super-nutrient vitamin c is needed for more than 300 diferent processes in the body, but it is easily wiped ou