a true canadian recipe :d you can leave out the clams if you wish or add shrimp to your tastes
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what does the 350 mean? 95% percent of what i cook in the oven seems to cook at 350 degrees, and when i look for something to cook along with it, it nearly always cooks at a higher or lower temp. rather than having to figure out, "ok, do i need to cook
who needs drugs when you have these brownies?! they're so rich and chocolately i would never have guessed they're low fat... but the ingredients don't lie! i've found my new favorite brownie recipe. be careful, though... just like the drugs, they're habit
this is a classic appalachian meal. not especially healthy but cheap, uses up leftovers, and very satisfying! when i was growing up, we would (individually) eat gravy bread several times a week -- as a result, we never had any leftover gravy to feed to th
recipe originally posted may 27. 2003. this has been well liked by anyone i have made it for. even picky eaters have liked it. kids have loved it too. you can use ground beef, ground turkey, ground chicken, italian sausage or pork sausage. the sour cream
swiss cuisine is based around dairy foods and this recipe makes excellent use of gruyere cheese. this casserole is easy to prepare, especially if you purchase diced ham from your supermarket, it is great for brunch or a light dinner. gruyère is a type of
this recipe was brought to a potluck by our president, ken jaffe, at his home in 2007. it was requested to be added to our cookbook here. he adapted the recipe from some like it hot: 200 spicy vegetarian recipes from around the world by robin robertson.
from npr.org. artistic yet easy. for a vegan version substitute agave for the honey. i gave the salad more of a middle eastern flavor with the addition of rose water in the dressing. to avoid confusion, the endive called for in this recipe refers to the c
i usually try to avoid prepackaged, processed food. this recipe does not fit that bill! but it’s so easy and tasty that i just had to share. can be served with tortillas or pretzel rods, on hotdogs or baked potatoes, etc. enjoy at your own risk! = )
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