a recipe (originally by ann tremont) my mother put in a cookbook that i have modified quite a bit. every time i bring this to work, everyone wants a piece (and there's not enough to go around).
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my mother used to make this for us as a special treat. i don't know where she got this recipe or what it is called (hence the title). my husband loves this and encouraged me to submit it. this recipe is full of sugar and oil and is as unhealthy as a deser
if you can buy baby bok choy, please do give a try. we much prefer the flavor of baby bok choy to standard boy choy which to our palates at least is quite bitter and too strong tasting. omit the thai pepper and replace with milder chile or freshly ground
a tomato based mexican rice. can be made the day before and re-heated (easy for entertaining). this resembles our favourite mexican restaurant's rice dish that i love. if you double, add extra cooking time.
i'm not really a big fan of tea, but like to sneak the anti-oxidants in somehow. the chocolate probably counteracts the goodness of the tea but as long as you don't tell me i'll pretend i'm being good..:rofl: adapted from a recipe on teas.com.au
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