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Fish, Gorton's, lunch, Seafood, tortilla, wrap

Cooking with Manuela: Crunchy Fish Fillet Wraps

Let’s roll into March with one of these scrumptious tortilla wraps loaded with fresh veggies and golden crispy fish fillets   This post is written in collaboration with Gorton’s Seafood. All opinions are mine #BetterThanTakeout #GortonsPartner #ad Happy first day of March everyone! I can’t believe it’s been almost a year since all the craziness started: one year that […]

breakfast, dessert, muffins, orange muffins, recipe, tuxton home

Cooking with Manuela: Orange-Poppy Seeds Muffins

These orange-poppy seeds muffins are loaded with citrus flavor, extra soft texture and a little poppy seeds-crunch Wake up to one of these soft and fluffy, orange-poppy seeds muffins, filled with sunshine-sweet citrus flavor from freshly squeezed orange juice and finely grated zest. The easiest way to brighten up your morning! Muffins are laughably easy […]

Bosch, Bread, cute

dailydelicious: Tri-color Cat Bread

I bought a lot of baking pan in the last 3 months ^^. Well, I know even we don’t have every style or size of them, we’re still able to create many kinds of baked goods.  But having them is better, right? haha. From all of the new baking pans, one of the pan, that […]

Sandwiches, Turkish Recipes

Goat lahmacun | LEBANESE RECIPES

Goat meat is a brilliant meat for the ethically-minded, and is less rich than the traditional lamb mince normally used for lahmacun. This recipe includes instructions for serving lahmacun the traditional way rolled into a wrap, or you can make bigger versions and serve as a pizza. Ingredients LAHMACUN DOUGH 500g of strong white bread […]

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Dawn’s Recipes: Really Good Fried Rice

Delicious fried rice with carrots, peas, onions, eggs, and best of all BACON!    6 slices bacon diced small  1 cup carrots, diced 1 medium sweet onion, diced small  1 cup frozen peas 2 teaspoon freshly grated ginger 2 cloves garlic, minced 4 cups day-old cooked, chilled white rice (break up any large clumps) 3 tablespoons low-sodium soy sauce (make sure to use low-sodium or it will be too salty!) […]