lee, one of the women at my church, is a great cook. she is also borderline diabetic (type 2). she still eats sugar, but since our pastor and i are diabetic, she makes this cake and brings it for us occasionally.
the trick to making 100% whole wheat bread is the extra knead which gives the yeast and gluten a second chance to creat a lighter loaf. gluten gives the whole wheat flour the structure needed for a good loaf. if your store doesn't carry it, try the local
this recipe is from week seven of my food blog, "travel by stove." i am attempting to cook one meal from every country on earth, and andorra is my seventh stop. this one-pot dish is called "the national dish of andorra." it's very rich and fatty, so serve
got this out of a magazine many years ago, but don't know which one. you can use homemade tomato sauce or one in a jar, but homemade is always better! i've listed sweet sausage but if you prefer a bit of a bite, then feel free to use hot sausage.
a nice twist on asparagus and pasta salad. a quick easy dish with a light lemony, tangy sauce, but very fast. pair this along a grilled piece of fish or chicken breast and this makes this a very nice easy dinner.
this recipe was created by my son. it's spicy, sweet and delicious! please note that this fed the three of us, but i put '2' incase you're hearty eaters! it would be very simple to double up to feed more!
this is my vegan substitute for scrambled eggs. super simple, nothing fancy, great addition to a vegan brunch, omni and kid friendly! if you don't have unsweetened soy creamer, unsweetened almond or soy milk works just fine...
i got this recipe by using the sauce from "brown sugar chicken" on this website and pouring it over my chicken and veggies in my crockpot. it was delicious. you can add more veggies if there's room in your pot.
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