the fennel and cumin may seem unusual ingredients for potato salad, but we find those flavors delightful.
this recipe is well known and loved by most african countries (west, central and part of east africa). it can be used at breakfast with honey or your favorites fruit preserves or at dinner with red beans and diced beef.
this recipe comes from my 14 year old son and one of his buddies, who, when feeling hungry one afternoon, found crepe batter and some other stuff in the fridge and got creative! i know if i came up with this, he never would have even tried it :)
a tasty and easy way to savor the last of the turkey. you can sub any meat ie: chicken, tuna, lobster, crab etc. we do whatever i have in the pantry or what's on sale. this goes over well with any age. also see recipe #50087.
many years ago, i found this recipe in a local ladies recipe booklet called, "cornsilk." i have often used it to take to friends and family so they can reheat it and serve when needed. it freezes well, too. i try to use a brisket but does well with a b
also known as sloppy joes. this is from “the unwatched pot” cookbook. i adapted it slightly for our tastes. how awesome would this be topped with a slice of provalone cheese? try over noodles or rice for something different. i’m betting this would freeze
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