|Chocolate: The Nature of Indulgence|
|by Ruth Lopez|
For most of us, chocolate conjures up images of candy or sweet desserts. But the ancient Maya knew it as a spicy drink used in religious ceremonies.
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Combine tomatoes, sausage, tomato sauce, ... Add remaining ingredients and simmer an additional hour, adding more water as necessary to cook tortellini.
Combine tomatoes, sausage, tomato sauce, ... Simmer 30 minutes. Add remaining ingredients. Simmer again. Add more water, if necessary, to cook tortellini.
Cook sausages and slice. Add tomatoes, onion, green pepper and parsley. Mix vinegar, oil, mustard, capers, pimientos and olives. Mix and serve.
Preheat oven to ... grated cheese. Pat sausage into thin patty ... sausage is not cooked, let cool and place in oven for another 8-10 minutes. Cool and serve.
Fry fresh hamburger or sausage until done. Drain ... another slice on top. Beat eggs and milk. Dip both sides of bread in this and brown well in skillet.
In 12 or ... Distribute chilies and sausage over cheese Put ... onto platter, garnish with cilantro and pepper. Serves 6-8 as main dish, 12-16 as appetizer.
Cook noodles per ... Drain. Brown beef (sausage), drain. Saute ... cheese (or shredded cheese). Place in 350 degree oven until cheese melts and is browned.
Using toothpicks -- spear one of each & serve YUM!
Brown ground beef and sausage together and drain. Melt cheese in large saucepan, then add the rest of ingredients. Serve with tortilla chips.
Heat, about 2 ... Crumble or chop sausage and brown it ... Toss lettuce with this dressing. Put on top of tortillas and garnish with remaining ingredients.
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