how do you spell easy? "lemonade ice cream pie"! try substituting different fruit juice concentrates in this delicious, super easy recipe. from linda larsen,your guide to busy cooks.
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i worked at a&w in the montreal area during my college years and, by far, these were the best "non-steamie" hot dog around! easy to make and so tasty. in the '70s we used canadian back bacon - nowadays, they use regular bacon - both taste great. ohhhhh, t
this is a dessert for a special occasion! it looks good, and it smells good, ...it is good! i used up some amaretto that i'd had for ages. now, i get asked for it, so i had to buy another ameretto! oh well!
i love most fruit crisps. i came up with this recipe when i did not have enough of each to make a recipe. i have a recipe for cinnamon ice cream that would be fabulous with this. have not tried that as of yet.
this recipe from gourmet magazine (october 1998) makes a wonderfully simple and delicious winter salad. the dressing is fabulous and you may want to try it on other salads. (also, this makes a lightly dressed salad, some may want to double the dressing.
don't let the name fool you - these are delicious! my sister had some pretty strict dietary needs and found a recipe that she could play around with to suit her needs. it has no soy, and no milk products but tastes terrific. the best thing about this is t
same as with my recipe #415018, i have been playing around with spice combinations to best match the "swiss chalet" dipping sauce flavours. i think i am finaly close enough to stop experimenting. i serve this of course with my recipe #415018 to dip the ch
this is both a vegetable side dish and a condiment, and goes with everything from pan fried fish to roast meats. the flavor of the puree is quite intense so you won't need to serve much more than a couple of tablespoons per person.
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