a variation from classic beef tips. i got this recipe several years ago out of taste of home magazine.
this is the best recipe for quick enchiladas that people devour when i make it. it is easy and uses stuff you already have in your house. i like to use 2 cans of chili. i got this recipe off the http://www.eversave.com/eversave/consumers/recipe.jsp websit
fresh summer ingredients, well year round with our farmers market in fl, but this can be made any time of the year for a nice change from a lettuce salad. now i use nakano seasoned rice vinegar (basil & oregano), but you can use any brand. this is avail
this is a very easy, high fiber salad with a healthy homemade dressing. i often serve this on a bed of lettuce and the dressing is enough for the greens. you can add as many vegetables as you want to the salad and it is much more filling than a green sa
asparagus and beef roll, seasoned with teriyaki sauce, and grilled. an extremely simple dish to prepare which makes an elegant presentation as an appetizer; it also works well as the main dish served over steaming white rice.
this is best served hot, but equally good cold! this is an authentic german recipe...everyone says it is the best! it is also great cooked ahead of time and then microwaved...it gives the flavors time to blend.
these are yummy south & central american in flavour/ingredients. a gluten free version of recipe #372739 based on recipe #342995. "brazil is the leading banana grower in south america—about 3 million tons per year, mostly locally consumed, while colombia
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