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posted for the zaar world tour 2006-canada. from the "best of international cooking" cookbook. i haven't had the opportunity to try this pie yet. note: if fresh or frozen apricots are not available, one (29 oz.) can apricot halves in heavy syrup, drained
from taste of home's light and tasty 203 recipe cookbook received from busymomof3 in the 2011 cookbook swap. they note that they used a 850 watt microwave and the diabetic exchanges are 2 vegetables and 1 1/2 fat.
this is a recipe that i through together for my son and his friends. the guys love it for breakfast, lunch, anytime. it's easy to fix and very filling. i use microwave sausage and use the microwave for the bacon. also, i put mustard on when i have sausage
i am posting this in response to a recipe request for a dessert using cream cheese and bananas. i quite often make this for sunday dinner if i have bananas to use up and it disappears very quickly! if you don't have graham crackers, you can use a baked
adapted from: "vegetable soups from deborah madison's kitchen". "a homey sunday-night sort of soup that makes no pretensions to being hoppin' john or any other southern dish but simply a bowl of delicious nourishment. i've found that frozen black-eyed pea
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