Friday, February 10, 2012

Quiche With Gorgonzola And Onions....Different


As I was cleaning up my desk from the pieces of paper I had with phone numbers, names, recipes, etc, I came across an interesting recipe but I honestly cannot remember who gave it to me, or where I got it from.  I would like to share with you today something which looks like a quiche but it is not. The base pastry is much thinner than the actual one used for the quiche, and the fixings on top are not as elaborate...


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Thursday, February 9, 2012

How To Make Ginger / Garlic Paste Mix ...A Very Useful Ingredient For Most Preparations And Marinades...

Ginger / Garlic Paste is a very useful ingredient to add to many preparations and marinades because not only they give a beautiful aroma and taste,
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How To Sterilize Jars...Very Important

The easiest way to sterilize jars fir freshly made marmalade etc. is as follows:
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Monday, February 6, 2012

Creamed Spinach....Another Delicious Side Dish

We all know that spinach is very good for you eaten in any way. One of the ways is creamed.....
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Saffron Rice With Orange, Garlic And Ginger...A Fine Side Dish


Rice is always a fine side dish which works with everything. I would like to share with you a new taste I discovered today: Saffron, Orange rind, Garlic and Ginger.






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Sunday, February 5, 2012

Chocolate Chip Cookies...Some of the most popular cookies...

 Chocolate Chip Cookies are enjoyed by everybody,  kids and grown-ups, that is why I will give you Betty Crocker's recipe I've been using for over 25 years.






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