gourmet magazine, march 2006.
a cinnamon-y fruit topping that tastes great over pancakes, waffles, oatmeal, etc. from the black dog inn b&b in estes park, colorado. mix and match different kinds of apples for a more robust flavor. also good with a few raisins or dried cranberries thro
this is adapted from a recipe shown on a good eats episode (alton brown). i was never happy with brown rice, because it was always too hard and never quite absorbed enough flavor. the first time i made this, i was hooked. i am giving my adaptation, howeve
this is another discovery in my quest to find non-alcoholic cocktails and mocktails to serve my guests at new year. it packs a rather sweet punch. it looks a bit like red wine, so i am going to serve it in red wine glasses.
this is based on a recipe from madge rosenberg's cookbook, the best bread machine cookbook ever - ethnic breads. she says, "these fritters, similar to what we know as beignets, make inexpensive party food rich in natural fruit flavors. children will enjoy
a refreshing drink with a unique flavor. tou can kick it up a notch if you want with adding a little alcohol. i think that strawberries or maybe even a little more lime (or even lemon) would make this even tastier.
this is a simple yet amazingly delicious recipe. yes it's a lot like others posted on the site, yet this is the simplest and if cooked according to the directions you'll have everyone raving about it! everyone will want to take some leftovers.
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