a wonderfully sweet chocolate chai. makes your tea a little more exciting. note: i especially like alwalde's suggestion to cut back on the milk. please take that change into consideration when preparing.
i remember when i was growing up watching my great aunt cook and listening to all her tips on cooking and was thinking about her fried cabbage.... so this morning (new years day) i decided to use up the cabbage i had left in the refrigerator. i added my o
this is my original pasta sauce. it's different than those that are simmered all day, but it's better than jarred sauce, and it's quick. you can also play around with the seasonings to suit your own taste. do not - please - cut the amount of olive oil. tr
i really like fried rice and was searching and searching for a recipe that i liked. my brother is a college student and one of his friends made some for dinner the night before and i snitched a bite the next day (i tried it cold, right from the fridge) a
as some might know biscotti are my favorite cookies and when i came across this recipe at bh and g. i just had to bring it home so that i'll be able to find it again. it sounds simply fabulous and i must try this new method of making biscotti.
a favourite recipe from my grandma, great with soup and salad. keep the dry mix in the fridge, then just add the wet ingredients to make as many as you like before dinner so that they are always freshly baked.
hearty, moist, sweet bread. i was experimenting to find a good alternative to banana quick bread that was healthier and i could make in my bread machine. the oats add such a wonderful texture! i like it, hopefully you will, too!
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