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
the dreamsicle-colored sauce is a nice accent on steamed asparagus and adds very few calories. this won rave reviews when i served it for easter dinner. i have included my make-shift instructions for steaming asparagus in a large frying pan. the sauce c
we were shopping last week when my husband commented again on how we can't find his favorite frozen snack anymore. we used to buy a box of bagel dogs every time we went to costco but costco has long since stopped carrying them. we also would buy the min
this is a great stew for cold winter nights! serve with warm whole grain rolls or grilled cheese sandwiches. caution: it does make a lot, but freezes well. it can be reheated directly from the freezer in the microwave. just heat for 2 minutes at a time,
great use of beef stew meat! wonderful beef stew with coriander, coconut and tomatoes. this is a dish from east africa, but has lots of indian influence. it combines the indian spice coriander with several classic african ingredients...peanuts, coconu
wow! my roommates assaulted it. it smelled like heaven while cooking. the marbling effect is beautiful. in texture, it's somewhere between quick bread and pound cake. if only it wasn't horrendously bad for me... i have done this recipe with 2 egg
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