Recipe: Beer-Fried Green Beans — FOOD MINGLE BLOG

I first saw these on the menu at a local pub and I was immediately intrigued. A deep-fried vegetable sounded odd, but yet interesting. I ordered them and I have been a fan ever since. Make you own deep-fried green beans using the recipe below. Ingredients: Peanut oil, for frying 1 cup beer 1 cup […]…

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The Perfect Halloween Appetizers:

Originally posted on Anjalee Jadav:
Here we are again. It’s October and I have a great way to set the mood for Halloween.  I am going to give you recipe’s for the perfect party appetizers and drinks. So you can throw a Fabulous Halloween party. Read On! Jack-O-Lantern Dyed Deviled Eggs Boil and cool hard…

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Mini Asian Meatballs with Sweet Chili Glaze — GROW TASTE CREATE

Last night, I was craving our favorite peanut noodle recipe from Ellie Krieger, a light and healthy version of the classic. Her recipe calls for an assortment of steamed veggies on top, which we normally love as a vegetarian meal. Yet as dinner time approached, I couldn’t let go of the idea of a huge…

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Vegetable puff pastry recipe

Originally posted on alifemoment:
? Hello everyone, I am finally back after a loooong break from my blog. Now, the ones who follow this blog would propably be asking what took me so long? Well, the reason was that I had to go through an awful period of time. Me and my husband had to…

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Thai Week’s Chicken Satay: Simply Classic

Today we begin our week into the exploration of Thai Cuisine. Thai fare simply bursts with flavors; sweet, sour, salty, astringent and spicy; which according to Ayurveda are vital components to completely satisfy our senses including the palate. Today, we start with a classic appetizer; satay. This recipe uses chicken, but feel free to substitute…

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Crispy Cheesy Pepper Bacon Bites; An Irresistible Thanksgiving Tapas Treat!

These flavorful little gems are easy to put together well in advance so you have extra time primping for your get-together. They go directly from the freezer to the oven and if you’re lucky enough (they’re irresistible and guests love to snatch them up), right to your entertaining table. They combine three of the most…

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Brie en Croute Featuring Rosemary Cherries Apricots & Toasted Pecans

  Brie en Croute is a round of brie wrapped in puff pastry then baked to a beautiful golden brown. This recipe is filled with tart, yet sweet cherries, astringent apricots, fresh rosemary and slightly salty, crisp toasted pecans. It requires very little work but always proves to be a very impressive appetizer. Start with…

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