from australia the beautiful cookbook; south australia. “navel oranges are available most of the year, as our vast continent affords us several picking seasons. oranges are used widely in the australian kitchen. serve this salad within 10 minutes of makin
oh my goodness, this gets me hankerin' for some sweet dessert! you can add chocolate(i personally like dark chocolate) or/and crystallized ginger, both sound amazing! i have not made this yet, putting it here for safekeeping. adapted from friedas.
rich flavors and varied textures make this dish absolutely incredible. i found this last week from an old bon appetit magazine that i kept and made it again... (yes, it's a stolen recipe, not one i've created but i had to share this for everyone to try) l
this is a british cousin of american lemonade. makes an excellent mixer for gin, vodka, and tequila. personally, i like it mixed with tonic water or soda water and poured over crushed ice on a hot summer day.
from the cook's illustrated website: it is important to work the dough as little as possible—work quickly and knead and fold the dough only the number of times called for. the butter should be frozen solid before grating. in hot or humid environments, ch
a zesty, lightly dusted oven baked "fried" chicken for buttermilk ranch lovers - this is my twist on bisquick's recipe for oven baked fried chicken. my family prefers dark meat chicken, but any chicken parts can be used. also a very popular chicken wi
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