I got this recipe from a friend at work after she brought it to a pot-luck lunch. I like it warm or cold.
We enjoyed this recipe last night. It's got crunch, lots of sauce and a nice flavour (although Jon and I both said that next time we'd add hot sauce for a little more kick). Thought I'd pass it on...
We made a version of this at a family get-together and tried it again the other day. The cayenne is good but make sure to add it according to your taste. The original recipe calls for tamari to taste as well, but we didn't use it. (I think tamari is a particular kind of soy sauce).
This recipe was stolen from a friend's Facebook status: "Just made the yummiest cup of coffee I have ever had by cold brewing coarse grind Tim Hortons in my french press. Extract goes in the fridge and my coffee is made for the week."
I've been making it into 24 buns most of the time, but it is a recipe for 2 loaves of bread.
We had a container of cheap fajita seasoning from the International market down the street but found out it had MSG in it. Today I was making fajitas and realized we had no seasoning. I found this recipe online and followed it loosely (ie. not really measuring but using these ingredients in roughly these proportions) and it turned out pretty well.
I found this recipe in Aug/Sept 98 Canadian Gardening magazine; whenever I am leafing through magazines the recipes always catch my eye. It seemed like an odd combination to have tomatoes and potatoes together but we find it quite tasty.
We enjoyed it for supper tonight.
We got this recipe from the back of a children's book we took out of the library and adapted it a little. Alleia ate it quite well after all the excitement of making it.