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Healthy Cooking and Low-Fat Recipes at Epicurious

Healthy Cooking and Low-Fat Recipes at Epicurious

Recipe Archive Index Carnegie Mellon's School of Computer Science (SCS) graciously hosts the Recipe Archive. We invite you to learn about SCS educational programs and research. These pages have moved from VUW to Carnegie Mellon University, and may move again to a final permanent location in a couple of months. When I asked for space elsewhere, I was overwhelmed by the generous response from people, many of whom I have never even `met'. Carnegie Mellon's School of Computer Science (SCS) graciously hosts the Recipe Archive. Storage provided by

Hunch Essential Day Spa Skin Care decleor dermalogica obagi pippins & cheese Instructables - Make, How To, and DIY violet22's Lazy Single Girl's Peanutty Noodles Recipe Difficulty:Easy | Total Time: 15 minutes | Active Time: | Makes:one serving (multiply for more) A quick, delicious lunch or dinner that can be adapted to whatever you’ve got in the fridge. I made it last night, measuring everything this time, and revised the recipe below. Makes enough for two or three servings. 2 servings of noodles (any type - spaghetti works fine, but so does evey kind of Asian noodle)3/4 cup of peanut butter (any type - I used Adams smooth)2 garlic cloves, squoze2 tablespoons soy sauce1 teaspoon ginger (powdered, use more if fresh)2 tablespoons honey (molasses or hoisin sauce work too) 2 tablespoons rice vinegar1 teaspoon hot sauce, or more according to tolerance level (optional)Vegetables - whatever you've got on hand (optional) Cook noodles as directed. Member recipes are not tested by the CHOW food team.

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