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From Leite's Culinaria http://www.leitesculinaria.com/recipes/jbh/beluga_lentils.html (by Brian Alberg from Terra Mar Grille Saybrook Point Inn & Spa Saybrook, CT) Beluga lentils are small, plump black lentils that are available in specialty gourmet stores
I took this from Leite's Culinaria http://www.leitesculinaria.com/recipes/jbh/sugar_pork.html (It is a part of a recipe by Neal Langermann of Georgia Brown Washington, DC.) He also includes a gravy and a succotash with the tenderloin and you can find those
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Recipe courtesy Beard on Food, Running Press, 2000
This recipe was in today's NYTimes food section, courtesy of Elaine Louie the Temporary Vegetarian. Why temporary, I don't know. This "is a recipe that has been handed down pre-Civil War." Wow. Unlike most corn puddings, it does not contain sugar and puris
My grandkids like to pick fresh blackberries in the summer and take them home to their parents. This is the treat that we make before the rest of the berries all go home.
Entered for safe-keeping for ZWT5. From Fine Cooking, June/July 2009. This version uses Yukon Gold potatoes, a cross between a North American white potato and a wild South American yellow-fleshed one. Their golden flesh is richly flavored and fairly firm a
My son Jimbo was drinking a Roy Rodgers and got a shot of blackberry brandy and thought why not ..
I watched this on the food network tried it and i can tell you it is fantastic
I got this recipe from "Beard on Bread" many, many years ago. I always make them with chopped herbs and/or grated Parmesan to give them a little extra kick. They're wonderful!
"Cranberries lend a burst of tart flavor and bright color to this quick bread sent in by Phyllis Schmalz of Kansas City, Kansas. Dotted with crunchy nuts, slices of the moist loaf are good for breakfast with a cup of coffee or as a snack anytime of the da