such a wonderful recipe for chocoholics!
from the food52 website. this was soooo amazing the first time i made it that my husband ate the rest in the middle of the night - it was supposed to be my lunch the next day!!! how can you go wrong with asparagus, leeks, pancetta, garlic, orange zest, p
served this for thanksgiving this year and it was a hit. warm soft fruit with a crispy crunchy topping. a perfect way to celebrate the best of fall's bounty in a comforting but enlightened dessert. the fruit should total about 3 pounds and you should fee
this is a moosewood recipe. it is a standard vegetable stock and will work in any recipe that calle s for stock. it is light in color and mild in flavor. if you use mushrooms in the recipe the color will be a little darker.
long half-inch wide peeled potatoes or thin slices of cauliflower, across the grain, dipped in batter and fried in oil or oven. i like to use vegetables that have minimum water content, less spatter and batter holds while frying.
mmmm... these chocolate and peanut butter balls have just the right texture (from the rice crispies) and taste for any occasion or craving. they're so easy to make and make great gifts around christmastime.
this is an amazing recipe, such a very tasty dish if you season well with lots of pepper and salt to your taste, but be generous with the pepper it will make all the difference. you might want it hot, or then you might want to have it cold with a green sa
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