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How fun are these little Taco Cups made in a muffin tin?? Kevin LOVED them, and I don’t think I’ll ever be able to make tacos another way again! They’re layers of crunchy taco shell, seasoned beef, spicy tomatoes, and gooey cheese all in one perfect bite. They were such a huge hit because, you …
Got lemons? Make this Meyer lemon shrub drink recipe!
This is one of those recipes that originated in my hippy days in the Kootenays of British Columbia, Canada. We had a variety of flavours of ‘Bliss Balls’; this was a favorite. It did have lots of honey in it though which I reduced the quantity. You can replace it with rice syrup. Also, it had wheat germ in it which I replaced to make it gluten free. Ingredients: 3/4 cup honey 1 cup peanut butter (I used crunchy) 3/4 cup coconut 1 cup toasted sunflower seeds 1/4 cup toasted sesame seeds (for rolling) 1/4 cup currants
Pinks, reds, and chocolate create a romantic display in this elegant raspberry cheesecake. The base is made with a mixture of hazelnuts, almonds, and chocolate. The texture is firm, crumbly and nutty; the perfect chocolatey base for any cheesecake. The next layer is a chocolate cheesecake layer which is rich and creamy. Then, comes a thick layer of raspberry cheesecake which adds an amazing and pretty pink color and yummy flavor. Adding in fresh fruit to a cheesecake brings out the natural colors of the fruit and gives an extra kick from the raspberries. Finally, it’s topped with a coconut cream and raspberry layer. Decorate as desired and serve to your favorite people!
Though kale probably originated in the dry heat of the Mediterranean, it became a fixture in the kitchens of northern Europe. In Scotland, according to the author Elizabeth Schneider, “to come to cail,” was an invitation to come to dinner. Recent devotees extol the virtues of undercooked kale. But having spent five winters in Provincetown, Mass., where the Portuguese eat their kale with sausage or fish, I grew to like mine similar to theirs: slow-simmered in bacon or sausage fat, or braised in chicken broth until it’s soft and sweet. Featured in: It’s Hard To Be Green. Learn: How to Make Soup
Bierocks are a soft yeast dough pastry sandwich filled with cabbage, ground beef, onion, and cheese. This dish is popular among the German community.
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