i love to try something different and this salad is one recipe that i am very fond of. looks great on a buffet or your holiday dinner table. it is not for everyone but try it you just may love it. do in advance and put in fridge do not put the dressing on until serving and i recommend that you serve it on the side
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who knew jalapeno's were the secret ingredient in terrific guacamole. i'll never leave them out now that i know. you can make this ahead and wrap it in plastic for up to 24 hours (good luck with that, i can't keep my hands off it once it's made). just
this is a nice breakfast alternative to regular oatmeal. it is versatile and tasty. i eat mine with milk like cereal. others like to top it with brown sugar or fruit. i got this recipe from my boyfriend's mom about a year ago and have been busy making
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this pilaf perfumes the whole house as it cooks! you will surely get ooohs and aaahs from this dish. i'm not sure of it's orgins since all of the ingredients could either be morrocan or persian. the garnish of pistachio nuts say persian but the nuts could
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