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‘Kiss Me, I’m Irish’ In Real Life

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i need a simple russian recipe real simple! i gota have it ready 2mara. doesnt matter what it is.?

Question by mikesell88: i need a simple russian recipe real simple! i gota have it ready 2mara. doesnt matter what it is.?
its 730! help 300 point assignmrent and mayb my grade at steak.

Best answer:

Answer by cin2win
INGREDIENTS
6 cups water
3/4 tablespoon salt
1/2 cup finely chopped carrots
1/4 cup chopped green bell pepper, divided
1/2 stalk celery, chopped
1 medium beet
1/2 cup canned peeled and diced tomatoes
3 potatoes, quartered
1/3 cup butter
1/2 cup chopped onion
1 1/2 cups canned tomatoes
3 cups finely shredded cabbage, divided
1/4 cup heavy cream
3/4 cup diced potatoes
1 tablespoon dried dill weed
1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper to taste
salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste

DIRECTIONS
Place water, salt, carrots, 1/2 of the bell pepper, celery, beet, tomatoes, and quartered potatoes in a large stock pot over high heat. Bring to a boil.
Melt 1/3 cup butter in a separate skillet over medium heat. Saute onions in butter until tender, approximately 5 minutes. Stir in tomatoes, reduce heat to medium low, and simmer for 15 minutes. Remove 1/2 cup of sauce from skillet, and set aside. Stir half of the cabbage into the skillet with remaining sauce, and continue simmering 5 minutes more, or until tender.
Remove beet from boiling liquid and discard. Remove potatoes with a slotted spoon or tongs, and place in a bowl with remaining 1 tablespoon of butter and the cream. Mash together until smooth.
Return the 1/2 cup of reserved onion-tomato sauce to the stock pot. Stir in diced potatoes, and simmer until just tender but still firm, approximately 5 minutes. Increase heat to a low boil, and stir in remaining cabbage, tomato sauce, and mashed potatoes. Reduce heat and simmer a few minutes more. Stir in remaining bell pepper, season with black pepper, and serve

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do you find that it’s better to bake cookies with real butter instead of margerine?

Question by LaKisha 2: do you find that it’s better to bake cookies with real butter instead of margerine?
When I bake cookies I prefer to use the real stuff: butter.

Do you find that butter does a better job?

Best answer:

Answer by Gigi
A good deal of the time, the answer would probably be yes, as butter adds a rich and chewy texture and great flavor to cookies.

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Posted by in No Bake Cookies and tagged with Bake, Better, Butter, cookies, find, instead, It's, margerine, Real

Q&A: How do you explain eggs if the Easter Bunny is not real?

Question by Paulina Paulino: How do you explain eggs if the Easter Bunny is not real?
Earlier, a question was asked: “How do you explain Christmas if Jesus were not real?”
That made SO much sense, I wanted to explore other truths:

How do you explain eggs if the Easter Bunny is not real?
How do you explain teeth if the Tooth Fairy is not real?
How do you explain gold if Leprechauns are not real?
How do you explain space if Jim Kirk is not real?
How can you explain force if Darth Vader is not real?

Best answer:

Answer by trollhouse cookies
how do you explain towels if ford prefect is not real?

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Real Japanese Fortune Cookies in Kyoto

A Kyoto baker making the original Japanese fortune cookies by hand, near the Fushimi Inari shrine, easily accessible by public transportation. They are calle…

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Q&A: What is the real name of this cookie?

Question by Heather: What is the real name of this cookie?
It’s a shortbread cookie, sometimes with walnuts, and rolled in powdered sugar. I’ve made them before and they’re delicious. But I’ve heard them called Italian wedding cookies, Mexican wedding cookies, snowball cookies, and pheffernuese (that could be spelled wrong) cookies. Does it just depend on where you come from? What do you call them?
Oh, yes, I have heard them be called Russian tea cookies as well. Never as cakes though. Interesting.
Doris: I’ve mainly seen them in the shape of small crescents or 1″ balls. Like I said, they’re always rolled in powdered sugar after baking and they have a shortbread consistency.

Best answer:

Answer by julia
I had mexican wedding cakes b4. I think thats wht they r called cas my spanish teacher called them that. Hope i helped:)

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