This recipe is absolutely fabulous! It always gets rave reviews at dinner parties.
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Quinoa is high in fiber, protein and gluten free. To make this quinoa lasagna, we use a spring-form pan layered with different flavored quinoa and vegetables, colorful and incredibly tasty.about 8 hours ago
Chunks of beef steak are slowly cooked in a crock pot with carrots, potatoes, onions and tomatoes. In the end, top the succulent casserole with some buttery and flakey pastry to form a pie, after baking, it's golden brown and delicious.about 8 hours ago
Delicious! I find that it's easier to form the cookies if you make the filling first, refrigerate it, roll it into the 1" balls, then refrigerate again. I flatten the chocolate cookie part into disks and envelope the filling balls inside, rolling again. Very easy to make.9 days ago
Ostrich, firstly, is actually a very tasty meat. It tastes somewhat like chicken...lol! Ok, it doesn't taste like chicken, but I couldn't resist the temptation. It is a very lean meat, possibly more lean than beef (therefore a fairly good alternative for those on some form of low cholesterol diet).And lastly, and most importantly, this cut of meat is an inexpensive alternative to the more luxurious ox tail that we seem to reserve for graduations and wedding rehearsals.8 days ago
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