this cake is from a wonderful pastry chef, mary bergin. it's very simple, and it's simply the finest chocolate cake anywhere. when i make chocolate cake, this is the recipe i use. i may vary the accompaniments, but the cake is the same.
so what do you do when you are craving some yummy, comforting biscuits and gravy and there is no breakfast meat to be found? no sausage, no bacon to provide drippings upon which to build a cream gravy? no sausage?!?!? you gain inspiration from 'zaar, o
this healthy moroccan tagine is delicious, with chickpeas, sweet potatoes and apricots. even though i cook for two i make the full amount because, as with many such dishes, the leftovers are scrummy the next day. originated with ww, developed by me ;) spi
adapted to serve 4 from south beach diet online. phase 1. i eliminated the oil, and added some extra vegetables and seasonings. this is a good base, but i like it a little spicy. try cayenne, black pepper, and/or hot sauce to heat things up a little.
my trusty kikkoman oriental cookbook from 1993 has several wonderful recipies that are easy to make with simple ingredients that i usually have on hand. i also often substitue fresh ginger root with powered and always have a jar of pre-chopped garlic on
this is so fabulous. oh my gosh it is delicious and actually not that hard to make. you can find turmeric and garam marsala at any indian food store and most asian food stores. it has a super spicy (not hot but strong flavor) indian flavor and can be hot
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