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Jul 31st, 2006 by mabudon
My husband has been having a lot of baseball watching parties and is looking for a new type of salsa. He says the salsa recipe I use doesn't have enough "umph". So I am here asking for other's opinions.
"Get her Panties off Penne Surprise" YUM
Cook Penne noodles until desired softness, drain water and stir in pot with margerine or olive oil so it doesn't get sticky. Cut up your favorite kind of pepper, depending on your tolorence for spicy foods. Cut up some sundried tomatoes, or any kind...
Raw Egg Yolks - mmmm good!!
Tastes like vanilla!! how to eat them, and other info: No, salmonella isn't a problem... Biotin is lost with egg whites, but the yolk has mondo amount of biotin, another example of the perfect balances...
Prezza hates foreign muck.
British Deputy Prime Minister, John Prescott (who once ate a meal of curry with baked beans piled on top), says he hates foreign food - Prezza hates foreign muck Jabba: Deputy PM John Prescott. ...
Lobsters Aren't Food
I've always suspected this so was not surprised to find out the truth behind sea bugs ...
Jun 27th, 2006 by #juan
I've recently been touring the Okanagan Valley and visiting a few of the wineries. There are some amazing destinations to visit and thousands of incredible wines to sample, all for free. The industry is rapidly changing, as is the area, and I was...
Mar 23rd, 2006 by Jersay
Mead Types and Ingredients Type Ingredients mead honey, optional flavoring ingredients sack mead strong mead made with extra honey show mead honey braggot honey and malt capsicumel honey with chile pepper ....try it, it's not very hot ;-) ...
Cheddar Beer Bread.
This is easy to make and goes great with Chili. 1 can of beer-12oz 3 cups of flour 1 tsp of baking powder 2 tablespoons of sugar 3 garlic gloves 1/2 cup of onion 2 cups of sharp cheddar. Mix dry goods well and pour in beer.
Mrs. Sinister's fabulous French bread recipe
In response to a steadily declining number of requests from here , here it is. First, the original recipe, as described in The New York Times Bread and Soup Cookbook published in 1976....
(by Dexter Sinister)
Mar 8th, 2006 by Sublime
My crazy breakfast thing.
Crack two eggs beat with two shots of milk. Slice up and crush 1 hot habanero pepper, what ever pepper you can handle. Mix together. Butter two sides of bread and cook in frying pan. Drench the toasted bread in egg pour it all over make it nice...
The Sinister Recipe for Fabulous French Bread
First, the original recipe, as described in The New York Times Bread and Soup Cookbook published in 1976. Bear with me though, we've discovered ways to greatly simplify this, which I'll get to at the end. 2 packages dry active (or cakes of compressed)...
(by Dexter Sinister)
Mar 5th, 2006 by Knoss
Talking about taking Sunday off for a day of rest, and how busy our lives are, I have joined (finally!) the SLOW movement. I love it! Waiting for my first issue of mag to come in the mail, but the concept is wonderful (at least as far as I am...
Oh! The Joy!
Did I ever score! I won a bid for a mint condition 1972 edition of Joy of Cooking. The book is flawless, it just arrived today. Now, it is commonly accepted that the old blue-covered Joy of Cooking is far better than later editions, and I agree with...
(by Haggis McBagpipe)
Dec 9th, 2005 by missile
A departure for most of us in colder climes, this could be a tasty and eye-catching way to serve Christmas Dinner: Directions 1. Cut out aluminum foil in desired shapes. 2. Arrange the turkey in the roasting pan, position the foil...
(by Ten Packs)
Aug 15th, 2005 by manda
Twila's Recipe Thread
I read a post the other day where Twila was enquiring as to the location of the Recipe Thread...well here it is, and I'd like to post the first recipe, it's one of my favourites...
(by Vanni Fucci)