always inspired by what i read and see! i thoroughly enjoyed making these! simple, nutritious, so easy to do! look forward to my first review! 1 1/2 lb pork back ribs 1 tbsp olive oil 1/2 tsp crushed red chili pepper salt and freshly ground black peppe 1 cup chicken broth 1 can tomatoes, (19 oz) 1 tbsp red wine vinegar http://www.informationaboutdiabetes.com/recipes/spareribs_in_sauce__spuntature_al_sugo__--_italian.htm note: my serving portion is 2 ribs; adjust to your liking; served on bed of greens, brocolli spritzed with balsamic vinegar
i found this recipe in a book called "great american favorite brand name cookbook" and i have not tried it yet, but i'm trying to get some stuff up here before i have to return the book. so if anyone tries it and has any comments, let me know. hope you en
this is adapted from a recipe in jane brody's good food cookbook. it is quick and easy to make. serve with bread or crackers for an inexpensive winter supper. you can substitute or add other root vegetables (turnips, parsnip, etc.) to your taste or what's
an asparagus and almond soup, made with only three main ingredients, which can be served chilled in the summer. recipes really don't come much simpler than this, and with such recipes it is even more essential than usual to use only the freshest and best
i make these muffins in an attempt to get my kids to eat something healthy - without them knowing it! they do not like regular sized muffins, so i make them in mini muffins tins, and they just gobble them up! they are a great after school snack.
i just made these thought i would try something and it turned out good. even my husband who doesn't have special dietary needs said they tasted good. even if sugar isn't not a worry for you just swap out the spenda for regular sugar. i was impressed wit
this is my favorite recipe for fried jalapeno strips... but it works equally as well for fried onion rings (or petals) and, if you're so inclined, it's an excellent coating for fried pickles. try them all at once, if you like. this recipe makes plenty o
packaged biscuit mix supplies the flour, shortening, leavening, and salt. you add nuts, white baking pieces, and sugar. you can also package this in a jar to give as gifts (see last note in directions)
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