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Post by iamnoone on Sun Oct 21 2012, 00:47

I started this thread to share recipes, food talk of any kind and nutrition as it impacts the body and health.

I love it. One day I want to get my wellness & health coach certification.

In a little bit gonna dig around and find one of my favorite quinoa recipes .

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Post by iamnoone on Sun Oct 21 2012, 01:16

I love this salad. its almost a whole meal for me.

CHANGES I made- I made this like a lebanese green bean salad, I added carmelized onions (put onions sliced/chhopped in oil in a pan on low heat until nice & brown but not burned) and garlic. don't under salt this. i think i also added sun flower seeds don't omit the pepitas they really add a lot.

Quinoa and Green Bean Salad with Two Seeds
Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, Vegan
This quinoa-based salad offers fresh citrus flavor and savory appeal thanks to sesame and pumpkin seeds. A tasty, unique side dish to enjoy year-round.
Serves 4 to 6
6 ounces quinoa
1 1/3 cups water
3/4 pound haricots verts or green beans
2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice or more to taste
2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
1/4 cup sesame seeds
1/3 cup roasted, salted pumpkin seeds
sea salt, to taste
ground pepper, to taste
Toast quinoa in a dry skillet, stirring constantly for about 4 minutes. Put toasted quinoa in a medium saucepan and add the water. Bring to a boil, then cover and simmer until all of the water is absorbed and quinoa is tender, 10 to 15 minutes. Set aside to cool.
Meanwhile boil the green beans in lightly salted water until al dente, about 2 minutes. Rinse in cold water to stop the cooking and drain well. In a large bowl, combine quinoa, beans, lemon juice and olive oil. Add sesame seeds and pumpkin seeds and toss to combine well. Taste and adjust seasoning with salt and pepper. Serve at room temperature.
Nutrition Info
Per serving (About 4.5oz/130g-wt. ): 360 calories (150 from fat), 16g total fat, 2g saturated fat, 13g protein, 40g total carbohydrate (8g dietary fiber, 2g sugar), 0mg cholesterol, 70mg sodium

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Re: Recipe Sharing & Food Talk

Post by Katiedot on Sun Oct 21 2012, 05:51

Nice thread.

If we're also sharing nutritional information, here's something I learnt from our nutritionist the other day: if you're rushing off to work with no time for breakfast and plan to pick up something at your local coffee shop then don't be tempted by the muffins.

Even though they're labelled bran muffins with raisins, they're still high in fat and sugar. Add a full size latte and you've got almost the same number of calories as a fried breakfast with sausages, bacon and egg.

The alternatives are:

- if you have time to go and buy a coffee, you have time to eat breakfast.

- if you really don't have time for breakfast, grab an apple and yoghurt from your fridge on the way out and make your own coffee when you get to the office. You save calories, you save money and you save time.

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Re: Recipe Sharing & Food Talk

Post by OofOof on Sun Oct 21 2012, 07:05

Just made quinoa tonight for dinner. I like quinoa both hot and cold with a salad but tonight did it hot. Chopped up onions, avocado, broccoli, fresh basil and sauteed them in olive oil. Then added fresh pico de gallo to the pan at the end. I put 1/2 cup hot quinoa topped with some hand shredded parmesan followed by the sauteed mix. It was very satisfying and filling.

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Post by silly girl on Sun Oct 21 2012, 07:24

Great recipe for quinoa. Always looking for news ways to eat it. I have never cooked avocado ---never thought it should be cooked. This gives me a great reason to try. oh and Katie I agree about breakfast.....

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Post by OofOof on Sun Oct 21 2012, 07:53

Sillygirl, I have a vegan friend who showed me so many ways to cook with avocado. Like you, I love it fresh, but it's great cooked to. Try it with crab or shrimp spiced however you like with a little melted cheese. You broil it and OMG it's almost as good as sex! My friend also eats avocado and peanut butter sands. Gotta say I haven't done that one yet!

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Post by silly girl on Sun Oct 21 2012, 11:15

I will need to try and cook avocado. I mostly have avocado and tomato sandwiches or mix it with tuna fish.....


I like Iamnoone's recipe too. Great way to use leftover quinoa....


I bought some "chia seeds"...they are supposed to be good for you and can aid in weight loss. They are a good source of protein and omega 3's.

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Post by melbert on Sun Oct 21 2012, 15:40

With this thread, I'm either going to get fatter!!! or get so damn healthy I'll look great! Thanks Iamnoone for the idea and starting this thread!

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Re: Recipe Sharing & Food Talk

Post by Best in Category on Sun Oct 21 2012, 16:59

Excellent thread!

Today I had:

Moitié-moitié Fondue. Vacherin and Gruyère cheese (or just 100% Gruyère) and two kinds of spirits white wine and Kirsch & small potatoes and crispy bread. (You could have vegetables or pickles even…

Drink white wine or/and tee.

This is not for someone who wants to loose weight….

But after a 7,5 km hike it tasted fantastic!

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Post by it's me on Sun Oct 21 2012, 17:03

ah la fonduta!!!! fainting....
(nice your avatar best! Very Happy)

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Re: Recipe Sharing & Food Talk

Post by iamnoone on Sun Oct 21 2012, 17:05

woohhoo thanks everyone. I just love sharing recipes, and finding new friends who enjoy gabbing about stuff like this.

great article on functional medicine (treating disease as inflammation in the body, finding root cause instead of treating symptoms with medication which has its place but is over prescribed)

functional medicine, and ways to treat inflammation & autoimmune reactions in the body- something I'm quite passionate about:

How to treat autoimmune reactions/disorders

also google dr andrew weil and his antiinflammatory diet, amazing and it really works.

(OY YUMMO that fondue sounds wonderful what is Vacherin cheese? pickles veggies bread (gluten free in my case) small potatoes....(roasted. lots of garlic, butter some fresh herbs maybe?)

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Post by Best in Category on Sun Oct 21 2012, 17:14

Thanks! I met my soulmate today! She admired me and I admired her back as much! sunny

(trivia: she needs to eat 100 kg grass and drink 80 l water in order to produce 25 l milk. For one cheese they need 4x 25 l = 100 l milk.)

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Re: Recipe Sharing & Food Talk

Post by OofOof on Sun Oct 21 2012, 19:41

Iamnoone, I have been a fan of Dr. Weil for years! I've got diabetes, kidney disease and heart disease in my family. Obesity on both sides...my parents should never have hooked up (-: anyway, after spurts of eating right then returning to bad habits, I started really working at improving my health about 21/2 years ago. I am now med free, have a resting heart rate of between 58 and 62 and a low BP, good cholesterol etc. I find most of Stacy's healthy life suggestions lite to say the least, but she is right about eating healthily to feel healthy. Guess it's just how one defines healthy. And I too thank you for this thread. Love sharing recipes. Anyone else a fan of foodgawker.com?

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Post by Vi on Sun Oct 21 2012, 19:49

foodgawker.com

google is your friend

good recipes

I am NOT vegetarian

and I am NOT vegan

but I like well-balanced diet

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Re: Recipe Sharing & Food Talk

Post by OofOof on Sun Oct 21 2012, 19:55

I'm not a vegetarian or vegan either Vi. Just have lots of friends who are and they've introduced me to lots of new foods and to some great ways of cooking them. I eat pretty much everything, just am working on portion control. Never learned that as a kid and I swear I have to wait 45 mins after eating before it registers in my stomach that I AM FULL. Have to say my healthiest friends are the vegetarians though.

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Post by iamnoone on Sun Oct 21 2012, 21:10

oh wow I've never heard of food gawker, just went there and i LOVED it. already snagged a lentil & greens soup recipe.

btw- when I'm in the mood to indulge I adore chocolate. SEES Candies are the best,, they do not use wheat flour on their production lines like some candy companies do. My favorite is their "normandy' which is a chocolate covered brown sugar cream with nuts. yum.

Dropping off another favorite recipe this is from the wholefoods website, I used a lot more basil and tons more feta. i think I made some other changes but don't remember now.

15-Minute Beets
The beautiful color of beets also reflects their rich concentration of health-promoting phytonutrient antioxidants, which add free-radical protection to your Healthiest Way of Eating. They are also rich in folate and manganese.

Prep and Cook Time: 5 minute prep; 15 minute cooking

Ingredients:
3 medium beets, about 3" in diameter
1 medium clove garlic, pressed or chopped
2 tsp fresh lemon juice
1 TBS balsamic vinegar
3 TBS extra virgin olive oil
sea salt and cracked black pepper to taste
Optional:
1 TBS balsamic vinegar
10 fresh basil leaves, chopped
1 TBS chopped dill
1 TBS chopped chives
2 TBS Feta cheese
Directions:

Fill the bottom of a steamer with 2 inches of water.
While the water is coming to a boil, wash beets, leaving 2 inches of tap root and 1 inch of the stem on the beets. Cut beets into quarters. Do not peel.
Steam covered for 15 minutes. Beets are cooked when you can easily insert a fork on the tip of a knife into the beet. Although some of their colorful phytonutrients are lost to the steaming water, there is plenty of color and nutrients left in the beets.
Press or chop garlic and let sit for 5 minutes to bring out their health-promoting properties.
Peel beets using a paper towel.
Transfer beets to a bowl and toss with remaining ingredients while they are still hot.
Serves 2

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Post by OofOof on Sun Oct 21 2012, 21:47

Isn't foodgawker great?! Love that site. Loved Sees but had to stop eating chocolate (probably for the best...) a few years ago, along with coffee. Had migraines everyday. Stopped both choc and coffee and they went away. Don't know which one it was but am too afraid to eat or drink either! Helped with my diet to say the least!

I found foodgawker after we moved from a city to a small town with horrible restaurants. I love Asian food--Thai, Japanese, Vietnamese--and thanks to foodgawker, we can enjoy wonderful dishes even tho we live in a food desert!

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Post by amaretti on Sun Oct 21 2012, 21:51

I love love love this thread . I love you

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Re: Recipe Sharing & Food Talk

Post by theminis on Mon Oct 22 2012, 01:40

Great idea: Here is one receipe, my mother-in-law gave me 16 years ago, vegetarian for you all to try - its simply delicious - silicilian/italian dish I believe.

Use a big baking dish - set oven to 180 c.
Peel 5 large potatoes, then slice thin, cover with a little salt.
Peel if you wish too, 2 large eggplants, slice and cover with a little salt (sometimes I leave skin on)
Peel and slice lengthwise, 3-4 large zuccinis, cover with salt.
Lightly toast 1 cup of breadcrumbs, gluten free if you prefer.
Make your own passata or use a large glass jar (or 2) of pasta sauce, napoletana or plain tomota with little basil works best.
Rinse all the salt off the vegies then in your greased baking dish, put a little tomato pasta sauce on the bottom then do 1 layer of potato, cover with more sauce and sprinkle breadcrumbs over, repeat with eggplant, then zuccini, then potato again until dish is full or all vegies used, cover each layer of vegies with sauce and breadcrumbs, finish with a layer of sauce on top. Cook in oven for around 45 minutes or until a skewer inserted shows that the potato is cooked. An alternative is too add chunks of mozerella throughout the layers and for the last 15 minutes of cooking, spinkle tasty cheese on top.

I usually make this as a side to add with whatever meat dishes I have prepared along with salads.

Hope you enjoy




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Post by theminis on Mon Oct 22 2012, 01:41

IAMNOONE - now that I know what Quinoa is (oopsy) I will try your recipe above - many thanks

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Re: Recipe Sharing & Food Talk

Post by it's me on Mon Oct 22 2012, 06:00

interesting!!!

it made me to remember the
ratatuille (sp?)

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Post by Best in Category on Tue Oct 23 2012, 09:23

Good recipes - I will try ... Thumbs up!

Basic ingredients and really tasty (yesterday´s lunch):

Salad with tiger prawns fried in chili oil, cherry tomatoes, cantaloupe, avocado, cashew nuts and American dressing. On a side of a plate was grilled ananas slices.



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Post by MM on Tue Oct 23 2012, 15:18

I make a "house salad" at home with slliced tomatoes, romaine lettuce, vandalia onions, avocado. I sometimes grate a bit of baby carrots and celery, and sprinkle garlic salt over the entire salad. Then, I pour Italian vinagrette dressing over the salad, and toss well. This salad goes with just about anything main dish. I swear by vinagrette dressing because it is low-calorie, and the olive oil helps reduce cholesterol in the body. So, it is all good.

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Post by Best in Category on Tue Oct 23 2012, 16:34

MM I like the dressing you explained and onions, all kinds of them...

Today I had this interesting salmon dish:

Salmon and in the top of it little chunks of pickles, capers, parmesan, smetana and curry. White pepper & salt. On a side was potatoes naturel with butter and dill.

I have eaten salmon all my life, but this is definitely a way I will try and cook at home next...

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Post by lelacorb on Tue Oct 23 2012, 18:26

a salad healthy, low calorie and nice to see, thinly sliced ​​fennel with pomegranate grainy and seasoned with olive oil, salt and pepper. Accompany grilled fish or seafood and very fresh.
Salad as a main dish: spinach with small leaves, bacon passed to the grill, shaved pecorino or parmesan cheese and walnuts, salt and oil

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Post by amaretti on Tue Oct 23 2012, 18:43

Oh my goodness that sounds delicious .

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Post by theminis on Wed Oct 24 2012, 00:20

Hi everyone
I'm bringing dessert to a very important Italian family member of my husbands this weekend. I want to bring a dessert that looks and tastes impressive but is not to difficult or time consuming. Any ideas would be appreciated.

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Post by m4rose on Wed Oct 24 2012, 01:12

The minis... You should make death by chocolate. It's easy to make and very impressive. Or dirt cake which is my favorite and you add flowers to it. It can be a centerpiece AND a dessert! YEAH!

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Post by theminis on Wed Oct 24 2012, 03:29

Thanks m4rose - death by chocolate sounds perfect - not sure what dirt cake is but sounds like something my kids would make!! HA

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Post by amaretti on Wed Oct 24 2012, 03:37

Yes one of my favorite chocolate desserts . Very Happy

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Post by Don Quixote on Wed Oct 24 2012, 05:35

I love my spaniard roots. My favorite food is a salad called
Escalivada from region of Catalonia. A Catalan salad is a salad that consists of several types of grilled vegetables, such as eggplants, sweet red peppers, red tomatoes, and sweet onions. Once well cooked on the grill, those vegetables are peeled and sliced in strips, the seeds removed, and seasoned with olive oil and salt, and sometimes with garlic as well.

I love this salad.

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Post by Maggy on Wed Oct 24 2012, 05:51

Hi, Don Quixote!

That salad sounds delicious.

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Post by amaretti on Wed Oct 24 2012, 06:05

Don Quixote I love grilled eggplant . Thank you I will make that salad . Nice to meet you . cheers

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Post by Don Quixote on Wed Oct 24 2012, 06:14

Hola, I love eggplant too.

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Post by Don Quixote on Wed Oct 24 2012, 06:21

I also like grilled red tomatoes with olive oil.

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Post by OofOof on Wed Oct 24 2012, 07:10

I love putting fruit and vegis together in salads. Tonight we had cucumbers I peeled and De-seeded with an Asian pear and pomegranates. For a dressing I just used rice wine vinegar with a bit of agave to sweeten it.

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Post by MM on Wed Oct 24 2012, 15:22

theminis wrote:Hi everyone
I'm bringing dessert to a very important Italian family member of my husbands this weekend. I want to bring a dessert that looks and tastes impressive but is not to difficult or time consuming. Any ideas would be appreciated.

Well, here is a simple-yet-elegant dessert that is loved by all Italians. It is called, "tiramisu (pick me up)."

Break ladyfingers (this is a sweet cookie shaped in long, thin bars) into one-inch pieces and place at the bottom of a parfait glass. Lightly soak the pieces with strong expresso coffee. add whipped cream to the top. Then, lightly drizzle chocolate sauce over the whipped cream, and sprinkle light chocolate shavings on top of everything.

You can find ladyfingers in a bakery, or in an international food store. You should be able to find a good recipe for tiramisu online.

Good Night and Good Luck. LOL

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Post by lelacorb on Wed Oct 24 2012, 16:06

MM wrote:
theminis wrote:Hi everyone
I'm bringing dessert to a very important Italian family member of my husbands this weekend. I want to bring a dessert that looks and tastes impressive but is not to difficult or time consuming. Any ideas would be appreciated.

Well, here is a simple-yet-elegant dessert that is loved by all Italians. It is called, "tiramisu (pick me up)."

Break ladyfingers (this is a sweet cookie shaped in long, thin bars) into one-inch pieces and place at the bottom of a parfait glass. Lightly soak the pieces with strong expresso coffee. add whipped cream to the top. Then, lightly drizzle chocolate sauce over the whipped cream, and sprinkle light chocolate shavings on top of everything.

You can find ladyfingers in a bakery, or in an international food store. You should be able to find a good recipe for tiramisu online.

Good Night and Good Luck. LOL

I the "tiramisu" I do it with the mascherpone worked with powdered sugar and a glass of rum without whipped cream and then dusted with cocoa powder



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Post by MM on Wed Oct 24 2012, 16:43

[quote]
lelacorb wrote:
MM wrote:
theminis wrote:Hi everyone
I'm bringing dessert to a very important Italian family member of my husbands this weekend. I want to bring a dessert that looks and tastes impressive but is not to difficult or time consuming. Any ideas would be appreciated.

Well, here is a simple-yet-elegant dessert that is loved by all Italians. It is called, "tiramisu (pick me up)."

Break ladyfingers (this is a sweet cookie shaped in long, thin bars) into one-inch pieces and place at the bottom of a parfait glass. Lightly soak the pieces with strong expresso coffee. add whipped cream to the top. Then, lightly drizzle chocolate sauce over the whipped cream, and sprinkle light chocolate shavings on top of everything. You can find ladyfingers in a bakery, or in an international food store. You should be able to find a good recipe for tiramisu online.

Good Night and Good Luck. LOL

I the "tiramisu" I do it with the mascherpone worked with powdered sugar and a glass of rum without whipped cream and then dusted with cocoa powder



I owe everyone an apology, I said whipped cream instead of marscapone cheese. If you do not have marscapone cheese, use either ricotta or cream cheese (neufchatel). You can get a good tiramisu recipe online on various websites.

Lelacorb, thank you for the correction.

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Post by theminis on Wed Oct 24 2012, 17:01

Thank you all - tiramisu is also a good choice, have eaten it many times but never made it, always thought it was tricky to make, but from reading the above, I think that even I can make it! I can see that I will either be making or eating a lot of desserts this weekend!!

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Post by Joanna on Wed Oct 24 2012, 19:43

But you can't do that theminis.....F1....F1....F1.... Sofa bounce

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Post by MM on Wed Oct 24 2012, 19:58

Hey, theminis, tirimisu is a simple-yet-elegant dessert that is sure to please everyone. It looks rich and delicious, and tastes divine.

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Post by theminis on Wed Oct 24 2012, 20:56

Jo - F1 and cake sounds good to me!!

I'm making both - death by chocolate (I mean how can I resist something that sounds like that) and tiramisu. I'm a coffee and choc addict, add a whiskey or two and thats a perfect weekend!

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Post by it's me on Wed Oct 24 2012, 23:45

dunno about the other
but
tiramisu
can carry you on a delirium!! Razz geek

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Post by melbert on Thu Oct 25 2012, 02:29

AND, it's George's favorite dessert!!!!!

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Post by premiere on Thu Oct 25 2012, 02:47

Best In Category - what's American Dressing?

Tiramisu is really pretty easy to make, but it's time-consuming. (but I think worth it!)

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Post by amaretti on Thu Oct 25 2012, 04:32

I make my tiramisu in a loaf pan lined with plastic wrap and strips of waxed paper or parchment . I layer the tiramisu in the loaf pan and cover with waxed paper and wrap and put in the freezer . When I am ready to serve I take out my loaf and slice like a terrine and garnish each serving slice with chocolate curls . The leftover tiramisu goes back in the loaf pan and in the freezer for another time .

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Re: Recipe Sharing & Food Talk

Post by Maggy on Thu Oct 25 2012, 04:42

I loooove tiramisu. It's my favorite. I like it when it's real moist and soft with a strong semi bitter coffee flavor.

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Post by it's me on Thu Oct 25 2012, 06:36

hope this is right

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tiramisu


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Re: Recipe Sharing & Food Talk

Post by MM on Thu Oct 25 2012, 15:11

it's me wrote:hope this is right

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tiramisu


Yes, IM, that is a good illustration of how to do tiramisu. There are different recipes for it, so choose one you like the best, and go with it.

Mmmm, I have a craving for tiramisu now. Gotta dash I'm gonna get me some.

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