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irish cuisine originated in the kitchens of the farmers of the past from good, wholesome food made with locally grown produce. irish grain staples were barley, wheat, oats, and rye. combine it with apples, another staple and you have a great irish favorit
an older recipe from sunset magazine. when i'm the only one home for supper, this is probably my favorite thing to make. it's a quick, soothing recipe, and i get to have leftovers for lunch the next day! note: zaar does not recognize "potstickers", bu
there are a few recipes that are similar to this recipe but not one exactly like this (this one packs a punch in flavor). i found it in a recipe book that one of oprah winfrey's trainers published. i put it in my own book and because i have an embarassin
this sauce is so sweet and good. i have to admit that i was a bit skeptical when i found out the strange ingredients, but it turned out to be excellent. serve extra sauce over rice or potatoes. this could also be made in a crockpot if you cook it on low f
rich tasting caramelized onions combined with madeira makes a spectacular sauce for chicken livers. serve with rice or over toast so you don't miss a single drop. update: 06/22/09 - if the sauce is running low add some chicken broth or beef broth to exte
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