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dallas' asian mint chef-owner nikky phinyawatana says the essence of thai cooking is the sweet/salty/spicy/sour balance which is exemplified in this really delicious dish. by way of the dallas morning news.
authentic cajun flavor! i grew up eating and love red beans and rice, these are just like i remember. serve with tabasco sauce for a little kick. my family loved to splash a little cider vinegar in each bowl.
hosted a 4-h food project meeting at my home featuring "fall produce". although i had planned to use pumpkins, apples and cranberries for the from-scratch fillings, i figured this is another way to make a pie (from the can). she made a beautiful job of
this is an excellent recipe for banana blueberry loaf! be sure to mash the bananas with a fork, don't puree them, this gives for a better texture to the loaf. this recipe makes two loaves, i have even made these in mini loaf pans also. these loaves freeze
this is so great...why buy someone else's granola when you can bake up this tasty dish...and it is really easy to put together. i like chopped dates for the fruit, but raisins or dried cranberries would also be tasty!
my family likes this because it is fast and easy to throw together on nights when we don't have much time. just dump everything into the crockpot in the morning and when you come home, dinner is done!
this one dish recipe dates back to 1971, when i was all of 13, helping my mother make dinner...she got the recipe through a mail order recipe card club where you received a packet of recipes every 6 weeks or so...the original recipe was a victim of it's t
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