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From Literally, Darling's Kate http://www.literallydarling.co
I’m sharing this recipe with you because I love you. It is probably my most valuable possession, because the promise of quick, fresh bread keeps people coming back to my house to keep me company. There are a lot of quick, no-rise bread recipes out there, and I’ve certainly tried a few. But this is, hands down, the best of the best. It’s easy, versatile, and – most importantly – quick. You just need six ingredients, some water, and an oven, and you’re set.
I stumbled across this recipe last year, during a frantic Google search. Hanna of Crafty Kin published the recipe in October 2008, and you can find her original post here. I’ve made some modifications to the basic recipe, and I have a whole slew of suggestions for customizing your bread, but the original credit is totally owed to her!
Just what it says.
because I want to try drinking a snack
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Slightly edited Orange Stuffing Recipe!
Inspired by http://chefinyou.com/2013/01/r
Cornish Pasties are traditional meat pies you find mostly in the UK. Using game meats really works well, but so does lamb, beef, pork, really anything! Stew in a delicious pocket!
Flatbreat (Man'ooshe) recipe from:
These meat pies can also be made with ground Lamb instead of beef :)
Meat recipe from:
Making these for a bake sale with the intent to include my celiac and vegan co-workers. The flax-seed meal replaces eggs and almond milk replaces milk.
Recipe & notes from: http://www.lululemon.com/commu
Kate was the perfect person to take on the task of inventing our very own recipe for Seawheeze Bars.
the requirements were:
• the bars had to be easy and quick to make
• they had to be nutritious and good for post-run recovery
• they had to be delicious
Kate tinkered in her test kitchen and came up with this vegan, gluten-free recipe that you can make as a recovery treat after your next long run for SeaWheeze training.