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A recipe is a set of instructions that describes how to prepare or make something, especially a culinary dish. It is also used in medicine or in information technology (user acceptance). A doctor will usually begin a prescription with recipe, Latin for take, usually abbreviated to Rx or an equivalent symbol.
I’m starting my journey into distance shooting with a shiny new Savage model 12 and a box of Hornady match ammo.
But, I’m planning on replacing some of the rifle’s components and starting to learn how to hand load as well.
So, as I go about this journey, I’d like to know what your process is...
I've been watching the YouTube channel "Townsends" and I decided to try out one of the recipes he posted. It is a ginger ale from 1811. Just bottled it, and so far I really like the flavor. I'll let it age for a week or so in the fridge before I pop whole a bottle.
His channel is a great...
from the October 6, 2018 WSJ.
Steak with Carrot-Habanero salsa and Mango pico de gallo
A quality steak calls for nothing more than salt and a good sear. But the smoky savor of the meat really pops when paired with a little sweetness and acidity.
In this recipe from chef Fermín Nuñez of...
i have a Cuisinart mixer with the grinding attachment. I have some Pork Sirloin tip Roast, some ground Beef, ground Turkey, and some chicken breast. I have a good selection of herbs and spices.
Gimme some ideas.
I have made Italian sausage and breakfast sausage in the past. Those are...
My wife found this in a cookbook at Goodwill. They are the best Lemon Cookies I've ever had - the lemon flavor is fabulous but not too tart. I think it is the combination of lemon zest, fresh lemon juice, and lemon oil.
Recipe from the Boulevard Bread Company in Arkansas. Makes 3-4 dozen...
Ya'll have a simple recipe for low power 9mm?
115, 124 or 147 gr?
Picked up a Kimber Micro 9 today and would like to not eat the web off my thumb before it has a chance to callous up. My normal loads I have for the XD9 Mod.2 are perfect for the heavier gun but brutal in this smaller one...
Got this off another site but wife made it for me and yum yum
3-4 lb brisket
4-6 medium taters
1 large onion
1 tbl spoon sugar
1 tbl spoon vinegar
1 12 ounce guiness
3 cups water
Quart onion and place on bottom of crock pot
Corned beef on top of onions
Seasoning packet on...
Smuckers Raspberry jam is my absolute favorite.
Over the years, I found several recipes I've tried. So far, nothing has compared.
If anyone out there in the preserve world, can show me the way to a comparable recipe, my taste buds will be in heaven. Do share. Please :)