this is the my personal favorite of all salads, and it makes a great lunch or light dinner. you don't see it much any more in restaurants since it was popular back during the 1950's (the garnishes of olive, egg, asparagus and cuke are "traditional"), but
a dish my husband made for me and i never get sick of it! can easily be turned into a vegetarian dish by omitting the chicken. however, if you decide not to include the chicken i would reduce the cooking time. i just go by the tomatoes appearance (withere
this is a simple recipe, yes. however, i've had some british/irish/scottish friends in the past who've taught me what real tea tastes like, and i've found that i like this flavor to be present in both hot and cold forms of the beverage. not to criticize
great authentic basmati rice to be served with chicken tikka masala or chicken tandoori. don't be intimidated by the spice mix, they blend very well. if you like indian food, you'll appreciate this dish.
from peggy trowbridge @ home cooking. couldn't resist posting this recipe. it is so good and we served it for the administrative staff,(my guinea pigs), after 5pm. we served it with roast pork tenderloin, asparagus quiche, a tomato salad, and these wonder
this bread pudding always gets rave reviews, and you'll get cravings for it! don't bring it to parties, because you'll never get a bite! the rum just adds that je-ne-sais-quoi. scotch also makes a nice substitute, but it's not quite the same.
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