My Filipino friend at work gave me this recipe:
Of course it was her grandmother's "way of cooking" I had to actually attach measurements to it.
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I would try this one, it is her mom's recipe.
I can't make it to the farmer's market but I buy all of the locally produced whole food I can and cook from scratch as often as I can.
I like eggs and breakfast foods when the meat supply is low.
I have used the Young's to make chocolate cake, the flavor of the cake is outstanding, very dark and complex, a very grown-up chocolate cake.
Pumpkin pie, and I've only out grown in with regards to now loving all pie-except cherry. I just can't get on board with cherry pie.
Nope I suck and only follow recipes, oh well! I want a book!
I can't remember the rules
or how to write a haiku
but I love to drink wine.
That's way too much work! I cook ribs at 300 for three hours then hubs finishes on the grill for about 10 min. Perfect tender, fall off the bone meat with a nice crust. We can even have them on a school night.
OMG does any one not wash all their fruits and vegetables before eating them?
I know this is too late, but we recently travelled through Hot Springs as well. McClard's was certainly the talk of the town but we found it crowded and inconvenient (cash only??). Also we're from texas and the only BBQ choices were beef or pork with no other description, so we passed. However we did find Central Park Fusion Cuisine, which was exciting and delicious and inexpensive. I highly recommend it to any foodie travelling through the area.
My favorite are dry reds. Hubby tends towards sweet whites. So really we drink a lot of both. :)
Oh and can someone make that a link? It's apparently over my head...
I love white stilton with lemon peel. Alone it is an interesting, if slightly weird, combo but paired with an acidic, citrusy sauvignon blanc it is truly wonderful.
God they all suck, at least Lisa and Adam aren't boring. Adam can't cook, I guess that leaves Lisa...
ignore me, I'm trying to post links in my comments
Depends on how fancy you want it. We make homemade pasta all of the time, you just need a bowl, spoon, and counter space to roll the dough out on. Maybe try it a few times without the fancy gadgetry before you decide.
and my own tried n trues:
I have that problem a lot with food network recipes. It seems like every time I try a recipe from their site, even if I just watched the chef prepare it on TV, it never turns out.
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