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Delicious scones with mini chocolate chips or currants
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Giant Brownies made with unsweetened chocolate
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Here is the recipe for one of the most sought after side dishes in Kerala. Pavakka Theeyal Recipe Type: Side D
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Banana bread in biscotti form.
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I'm a total kid at heart when it comes to these crispy, gooey treats. Mom made them when we were growing up, a
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Don’t be intimidated by the long list of ingredients; most of them are thrown together into the food p
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I've been nostalgic lately and not sure why but memories of my childhood and home and friends from the past se
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I'm posting this recipe under 'school lunches' although this pork barbecue fried rice never quite made it to t
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Celle qui se met à faire du pain à la semoule ... Ma belle mère et toutes mes copines ont un de ces coups d
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Michael's parents celebrated Christmas with us this year, and as usual they brought some of our favorite foods
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(Note: if you're looking for traditional, made with bacon grease southern Gravy, then check out this post for
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Adapted from Emeril Lagasse, Food Network.
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Here's another delicious soup for a cold day. Slow Cooker Hamburger Soup has been done many times before so th
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I love sisig. Everyone in my family does. But, for the life of me, I can't cook sisig -- it just entails too m
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Use any fresh vegetables you like, instead of or in addition to the asparagus and zucchini. I’ve had great s
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Une recette surprenante et facile Ă  faire pour cette confiture de kiwi
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Balsamic vinegar is the secret ingredient, but the only sign it’s there is the deeper, richer taste it gives
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In my tortang tilapia entry, reader Felixberto commented, "I've been making torta using ligo sardines. Haven't
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A lovely little red velvet cupcake recipe!
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I first tasted mahi-mahi when I lived in Saipan, and I fell head over heals for it. Until that time my experie
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Sweet, Salty, Frito Candy made with peanut butter cups.
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I was planning on cooking Scotch Eggs but I got lazy last night after cooking an entire tikoy a few hours earl
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A 30 minute meal makes dinnertime so quick and easy!
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Michael's favorite cereal is raisin bran and we always have a box or two in the pantry. This is a fun and tast
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Kind of like Ginger's Enchiladas
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Mention Filipino cooking and adobo comes to mind. For some reason, the dish itself is an unequivocal declarati
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If you use packaged polenta, slice it into 18 thin slices. If you make your own polenta, spread the cooked pol
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A salad that's quick to assemble but will impress guests with its rich flavour, texture and colour.
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You can substitute any other leafy green for the kale, but if you’re using quick-cooking greens such as spin
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This is a very simple, adaptable dish that cooks up quickly. If you don’t have time to make the berberé spi
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From Better Homes & Gardens New Cook Book
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My grandma's recipe that my family has been making FOREVER. Fudgy with a crusty top!
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This isn't even really a recipe it's so easy!
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Recipe for classic sweet chex mix.
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I got this recipe from my SIL's mom Nicki Burnett. There are many versions of this recipe, this one is my fave
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From WHO KNOWS?!?! Some chocolate cream cheese genius, I suppose.
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