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Homemade Flour Tortillas

Homemade Flour Tortillas by Shawna Hill

Once you try these you will never buy ready-made tortillas from the store again!

1 vote
4033 views
Strawberry Salsa

Strawberry Salsa by Veronica Lucia

My own version of strawberry salsa.

2 votes
3110 views
Cara's Marinara

Cara's Marinara by Cara Fernicola

Thers are 3 simple rules that any Italian grandmother will tell you on how to make a good "gravy". Rule #1: Less is more! The key to a good sauce is that each ing. should compliment and bring out the flavor in next ing. My sauce consists of only 5 ing.! Rule #2: It's a fact... the longer you cook the sauce the better it will…

1 vote
3677 views
FELAFEL SANDWICH (Middle Eastern Fritters)

FELAFEL SANDWICH (Middle Eastern Fritters) by MARIA LOURDES V. LIPARDO-AYUB

This is one of my favorite "street foods" in the Middle East. It is originated in Egypt as a snack. Here is my version of felafel recipe...

1 vote
3790 views
Zuppa Toscana

Zuppa Toscana by Healthy Mamma

Healthy and Delicious version of *eghemm, Olive Garden's Zuppa Toscana.

2 votes
5971 views
Scottish Shortbread Men

Scottish Shortbread Men by Momma Cupcake

A quick and tasty alternative to Gingerbread Men!

1 vote
2903 views
Bread Pudding Easy Recipe

Bread Pudding Easy Recipe by Pamela Orbin

Scrumptious Simply Scrumptious

2 votes
2621 views
Moroccan Broiled Fish Skewers or Fillets

Moroccan Broiled Fish Skewers or Fillets by John Spottiswood

This is a tasty Moroccan dish that you are sure to love. Serve it over salad, cous cous, bulgar pilaf, or white or brown rice. We've used thick white fish but also thinner fish like catfish or tilapia when they are more reasonable. You can't skewer them, but you can broil the whole fillet (see picture). It also works with salmon…

3 votes
4938 views
Shrimp Mousse

Shrimp Mousse by Dana Salvo

A recipe that's been in my family for 30 years. Changed many times until it has reached what we believe to be perfection ;)

1 vote
2428 views
Marinated Brussels Sprouts

Marinated Brussels Sprouts by Micheline

These brussels sprouts are a bit spicy, a bit tangy, a bit sweet, just the correct combination of flavours.

2 votes
2709 views