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This quick and easy recipe for Stacked Steak Asiago Sandwiches combines sharp Asiago cheese with crispy onion
Posted 13 years ago
Rather than have my usual lettuce and spinach salad for lunch today, I decided to enjoy a nice big bowl of col
Posted 13 years ago
I rarely rave about a recipe, or at least I don't think I do. But I have to rave about this one because it was
Posted 13 years ago
Adapted from my mother Germaine McClure, passed down from my grandmother and great-grandmother.
Posted 13 years ago
Sorry I didn't get E's birthday cake recipe posted yesterday. It's been a busy weekend, and I never found the
Posted 13 years ago
Adapted from Shirley McClure and Gladys McClure.
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What do you do when the bananas are so over-ripe that they're practically inedible? In my house, there are bas
Posted 13 years ago
Ostrich meat is not common in the Philippines. I'm sure that cost is a significant factor. It used to sell at
Posted 13 years ago
A Meyers Family Recipe.
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I've been very surprised that my most popular recipe is one which I just threw together on a whim: Coconut Cha
Posted 13 years ago
I was first introduced to hummus while working in Saudi Arabia. The cafeteria cooks on the Saudi Aramco compou
Posted 13 years ago
I know it's finally Spring when my backyard shade garden becomes filled with mint plants. I decided to take ad
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This is the first dish I tried at the original Big Bowl in Chicago, and boy did I get hooked! I spent the next
Posted 13 years ago
Once again, I'd fooled around too long reading about food and it'd gotten too late to cook any food! Or maybe
Posted 13 years ago
I don't know why... but coffee jelly seems to be the craze these days. Fastfoods and restaurants alike have it
Posted 13 years ago
I got the urge to bake at about 9:30 last night, so I decided to make something we could eat for breakfast thi
Posted 13 years ago
Last night I had the pleasure of having dinner with a group of people taking a Civil Rights Tour through the S
Posted 13 years ago
Dinner for One I enjoy cooking for others, and I rarely go to much trouble on the rare occasions when I'm on m
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Don’t let the long list of ingredients scare you off. Most are seasonings that go into the stew together
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When I first became a vegetarian many years ago, one of the first recipes I adapted was my mother’s beef
Posted 13 years ago
All the prep work on my summer garden has me fixated on vegetable dishes. As I scooped more seeds from bell pe
Posted 13 years ago
Adapted from Ann Meyers.
Posted 13 years ago
This makes about 4-6 servings. Once you’ve had this recipe, you’ll do like I do and keep a package of tofu
Posted 13 years ago
Usually scalloped potatoes have to bake for an hour or so. I’ve cut the baking time by pre-cooking the s
Posted 13 years ago
(Updated July 2014) Several years ago, my husband and I were thumbing through Moosewood Restaurant Cooks at Ho
Posted 13 years ago
Recipe from Mike Meyers.
Posted 13 years ago
For another take on this delicious dish, check out my Dal Bhaji version.
Posted 13 years ago
I fell in love with Thai food on a trip to Koh Samui and Phuket in 1996. I had a great time visiting all of th
Posted 13 years ago
I grew up on my mother’s and grandmothers’ Southern buttermilk cornbread, and I’m devoted to it. Souther
Posted 13 years ago
My experience with turnips has been very limited. I've had them diced in vegetable soup and in tiny cubes in f
Posted 13 years ago
From my Grandma McClure, although I’m quite certain that she got the recipe from a magazine, or off a
Posted 13 years ago
It’s cold and raining today…perfect for a hot, comforting bowl of cream of baked potato soup. I must confe
Posted 13 years ago
When I moved here from South Carolina a little over 5 years ago, I had no idea that what I would miss most wou
Posted 13 years ago
I didn’t grow up eating Asian food. My family is pretty much born and bred Southerners…hillbillies, my par
Posted 13 years ago
Sunday mornings we have a fresh hot breakfast instead of the usual eating on the run. Most of the time we have
Posted 13 years ago
A spicy Masala bhaji with potatoes cooked in freshly ground coconut and spices. Served with dosas.
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