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Foccasia Recipe By: Peggy Bloodworth
FocacciaMakes one large loaf or 3 small loaves or a bunch of mini pizza like loaves2 cups warm water (90-100?)1 T active dry yeast6 T extra virgin olive oil2 tea salt4 3/4 cups bread flour (depending on the humidity, you may need more)Toppings of your choosingStir water and yeast in ...
Its Spring and the Horses are Running By: Maureen Sinclair
When spring returns to Kentucky, so do the Thoroughbreds (I'm talking horses). Native Kentuckians say that Kentucky is the home of beautiful horses and fast women and great Bourbon. Anyone who has ever lived in Kentucky knows that spring is Kentucky's best time of the year. The ...
Basic Quick Mix and Recipes By: Rachel Paxton
With an easy basic quick mix, you can make a wide variety of inexpensive homemade biscuits, breads, and other baked goods. This mix is easy to make and store and great for any family on a tight budget.Basic Quick Mix Recipe10 c. all-purpose flour 1 1/4 c. nonfat dry ...
How to make hollandaise sauce By: Anne Kennedy
Ingredients4 ozs of butter 2 egg yolks 1 tablespoon of lemon juice Splash of cayenne pepper or hot paprika Salt (about 1/4 teaspoon)1. Put a few inches of water into a saucepan and bring it to the boil, then turn it down to a simmer. Put a heatproof bowl on ...
MeatLover Fusion Fried Rice Budget Recipes By: Raj Dash
This extremely hearty, rib-sticking dish is great for warming you up on cool nights. It combines food ingredients from several cultures, including Chinese, East Indian, North American and others. It started as a way to use up leftover meats and rice, but turned into its own unique variation of Chinese ...
Fond Dinner Time Memories By: Lex Walczynski
My best friend, soft spoken, kind and gentle, warm and loving, these are my memories of my mom. What a wonderful cook she was. Most memorable are the many Christmas Eves our family shared with her. We would always request lasagna because she made the most ...
Pasta Bean Soup aka Pasta e Fagioli By: Peggy Bloodworth
Don't you just love bean soup in the winter? This is an Italian version that we think is very good. Use any dried white bean you have. I particularly like the white kidney beans, but any of them will do. I also like the little tubular pasta that isn't ...
Potato Salads Three Easy Healthful Recipes By: Gabe Mirkin MD
Potato salads are not just for picnics! They're good year-round, and the variations are endless. Try adding chunks of red-skinned potatoes to just about any tossed salad recipe, or make your own versions of my recipes by adding any other ingredients you like.I never peel potatoes for salads. ...
Main Dish Zucchini Recipes By: Rachel Paxton
With summer coming to an end, you probably have an overabundance of zucchini from your garden that you are trying to find recipes for. Or maybe you know someone who is trying to find homes for all of their excess zucchini! You'd be amazed at all the meals you ...
Peanut Chicken By: Paul Rinehart
1 cup of Natural Peanut Butter* 1 medium sized onions (diced) 1-2 jalipino peppers (diced) 8 chicken thighs ** 32 oz of Chicken broth Salt and Pepper 1/4 cup Peanuts (chopped) A handful of cilantro (chopped)Place chicken pieces into a pan. Don't over crowd the pieces so make sure ...
African Snacks from Beans By: Muyiwa Osifuye
Ingredients To serve 4 people Beans - 2 cups of size of small tinned milk Dried and ground crayfish - 2-table spoonful Beef - 1kg (cut into tiny bits) Boiled eggs (cut into slices) Nutmeg (ground) Dried pepper or ground chilly pepper ? to taste ...
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