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Spicy Bean and Rice Burritos... yummy yummy! Vegetarian Burrito that even meat eaters will love!

Spicy Bean and Rice Burritos... yummy yummy! Vegetarian Burrito that even meat eaters will love!

Spicy Thai Noodles | A Small Snippetwarning  The original blogger comments on Red Pepper:    I would suggest using 1 TBSP, or less, depending on your preference in heat. that should be plenty of spice without being HOT!

Spicy Thai Noodles | A Small Snippetwarning The original blogger comments on Red Pepper: I would suggest using 1 TBSP, or less, depending on your preference in heat. that should be plenty of spice without being HOT!

Probably the coolest thing I've ever seen. Website where you click what you have in your fridge and it gives you recipes.  This just blew my mind. - Click image to find more Food & Drink Pinterest pins

Probably the coolest thing I've ever seen. Website where you click what you have in your fridge and it gives you recipes. This just blew my mind. - Click image to find more Food & Drink Pinterest pins

Better Than Fries Baked Potatoes potatoes, olive oil and/or butter, sea salt, pepper. Cook Time: 40 Min, Cooking Method: Bake

Better Than Fries Baked Potatoes potatoes, olive oil and/or butter, sea salt, pepper. Cook Time: 40 Min, Cooking Method: Bake

Simmering the balsamic vinegar both mellows and thickens it. When tossed with the hot pasta and the butter, it forms a smooth, uniquely flavored sauce.
Plus: More Pasta Recipes and Tips
Our Pairing Suggestion Balsamic vinegar, Parmesan cheese, and especially asparagus will be best served by a wine with plenty of acidity. Look for a Sancerre from the Loire Valley in France (made from Sauvignon Blanc grapes) or a Sauvignon Blanc from Italy.

Simmering the balsamic vinegar both mellows and thickens it. When tossed with the hot pasta and the butter, it forms a smooth, uniquely flavored sauce. Plus: More Pasta Recipes and Tips Our Pairing Suggestion Balsamic vinegar, Parmesan cheese, and especially asparagus will be best served by a wine with plenty of acidity. Look for a Sancerre from the Loire Valley in France (made from Sauvignon Blanc grapes) or a Sauvignon Blanc from Italy.