REQUESTS from Monday, January 26, 2004

Discussion in 'Food and nutrition' started by Patricia D . Hi, Jan 29, 2004.

  1. Superbowl Food pork chops Ideas South African dishes squaw bread East European cuisine?
    Chicken crepes


    Subject: Superbowl Food From: [email protected] Date: Mon, 26 Jan 2004 14:30:48 GMT

    I am looking for recipes for food to eat during the Soperbowl. I am talking about hearty
    food men like.


    Subject: pork chops Ideas From: [email protected] Date: Mon, 26 Jan 2004 16:39:48 GMT

    can anyone post some recipes for pork chops. I just know how to fry them, and would like to try
    something different.


    From: "Andre Venter" <[email protected]> Subject: Recipes South African dishes Date: Mon, 26
    Jan 2004 22:54:03 +0200

    South African dishes please


    From: "Melinda" <[email protected]> Subject: REQUEST - squaw bread Date: Mon, 26 Jan 2004
    15:41:27 -0800

    Does anyone have a recipe for squaw bread? It's a dark, sweet bread I = used to have all the time as
    a child in Southern CA at the restaurant = The Nooty Fox, but I haven't seen it in a store in years
    and years and = would love to try to make some. By hand recipes and/or bread machine = recipes would
    both be great :)




    From: [email protected] (Aleks Kalezic) Subject: East European cuisine? Date: 26 Jan 2004
    19:32:33 -0800

    Does anyone know any good recipe from Eastern Europe??? I was in Serbia, Croatia, Bulgaria and
    Macedonia last summer and I had some very delicious dishes overthere... I would like to learn how to
    cook some of those... Thank you!



    From: "treva orange" <[email protected]> Subject: Chicken crepes Date: Mon, 26 Jan 2004
    00:27:02 -0600

    I recently had a chicken dish that had a creamy sauce and lots of garlic = flavor, stuffed in
    crepes. Does anyone have a clue about the recipe or = something similar? It was really good.

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