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Corn and Chili Recipe

| Casserole

Type: Corn and Chili Free Cooking Recipe - Casserole Check out the travel channel! Ingredients / Directions 3 cans whole kernel corndrained2 cans chili1/2 teaspoon Accent�1/2 teaspoon chili powder Heat gently and serve.

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Cherry Almond Tea Ring Recipe

| Breakfast

Type: Cherry Almond Tea Ring Free Cooking Recipe - Breakfast Amazing! Ingredients / Directions Filling1/2 cup(s) granulated sugar3 tablespoons cornstarch1 (16.5 ounce) can Bing or Royal Anne Cherriesdrainedreserving juiceCombine sugar and cornstarch in small saucepan. Gradually add

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Tag : Bread, Quick

grilled potato and onion bake Recipe

| Vegetables

Type: grilled potato and onion bake Free Cooking Recipe - Vegetables Yes! Ingredients / Directions 4 large baking potatoespeeled2 medium onions1/2 cup(s) grated Parmesan cheese2 tbs butter or margarineSalt and pepper to taste Slice potatoes and onions onto a 24x18-inch sheet of butter

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Tag : Bread, Quick, Grilled

Van Vleet

| Drink Master

Cooking receipe to make Van Vleet under category Drink Master. You may find some video clips related to this receipe below. 3 oz Light Rum 1 oz Maple Syrup 1 oz Lemon JuiceShake with ice and strain into old-fashioned glass over ice cubes.[tubepress mode='tag

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olives info

Why is it that an olive so sehlom tastes of anything that even vaguely resembles the fleshy fragrant fruit of the Mediterranean the minute you leave its azureblue sundrenched shores? I am certain it is because the olives have often travelled in brine which although it is an essential part of thr pickling process does affect their flavour if they steep in it far too long.

Red or black olives are merely green fruits which have been left on the tree to ripen fully. All olives have to be salted or brined before they are ready and it is impossible to eat them straight from the tree.

If you buy your olives in brine (most canned olives are packed in the salty liquor) rinse them thoroughly before use. I always try to crush mine lightly and then toss them in garlic herbs and seasonings before steeping them in good olive oil for 30 minutes or so before using them.

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