simple recipe that doesn't need a lot of time to marinade. the pork chops turn out tender with a bit of sweetness from the brown sugar and apple juice. i grilled the meat, but it would work well on a skillet as well. hope you like it.
this is truly an international take on the classic quesadilla, filled with some of my favorite things! throwing caution to the wind, its a blend of french, asian and carribean ingredients with a nod to the humble yet grand quesadilla. to keep the ingredie
i required a magazine from a feed store called "out here". there was a wonderful recipe in it that i had to share. i have not made it yet, but plan too for this 2005 thanksgiving year. it has no corn syrup which i really liked! recipe from joyce shelly
my father was stationed in the phillipines for a few years when i was young. my mom hated the heat. in fact, this recipe was one of the few things she actually loved about the place! our 'house-girl' taught us the joy of chicken adobo, and we taught her t
i love the fact i just scoop these into a muffin tin and put them in the oven: no frying in tons of oil, no flipping and worrying about them falling part. also, pretty cheap since this recipe is for canned salmon, which i always have on hand. a friend
this is an adopted recipe that i've not yet had the chance to try, though i think it looks wonderful. reviews by anyone who tries it, especially before i do, will be appreciated. prep time includes 24 hr chilling time.
i've had a few rounds of making borscht, but i really like yellow beets, which we often get at the farmer's markets here, and i don't always like cabbage in it. in this version i take advantage of the lovely tasty beet greens that i used to just toss. i
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