these are easy and turned out beautifully on my first attempt! if i made them in jumbo muffin tins (which yes, i own!) they would be starbucks worthy at a fraction of the cost and sooooo low fat! jumbo would only be 6 points (compared to mcdonalds low f
we love asian food and this is a speedy variation of a quick and easy lo mein. sometimes i use frozen mixed vegetables for convenience. i use ground beef or thinly sliced chicken breats, which ever i have on hand.
from a popular collection of recipes originally published in an afrikaans magazine, huisgenoot. the recipe calls for a coarse south african sausage, boerewors, which is generally made up of 2/3 beef, 1/3 pork, plus spices, etc., but i use normal pork sau
a rich, delicious, and decadent hot drink that will please the coffee and chocolate lover in you! adapted from the baileys website to suit our tastes... the blend of coffee and hot cocoa blended with the baileys makes for a creamy drink that isn't too h
this dressing is posted in recipe #226217. however, it goes so well with any mixture of vegetables and fruit, that i figured it deserved to have a listing of it's own. i've doubled the ingredients from the original posting. i've been putting this on ev
from clean start: inspiring you to eat clean and live well as found on the relish.com website. this made for a delicious main dish meal last night. if you don't have the beet greens, go ahead and substitute other greens: heirloom lettuce, arugula, watercr
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