i know it sounds weird, but it is really good. i found this in the recipe box. i am pretty sure it came from another site (maybe allrecipes.com)
the title of this recipe says it all. it's a heavy, very rich cheesecake that feeds quite a few people, since the slices can be on the thinner side due to it's richness. remember, don't open up the oven door until you're supposed to!!!! (note: times gi
this is my friends moms recipe. i vary it from time to time, i like cherry jello and fruit cocktail and you can also add crushed nuts. its super easy to make and is great to take to picnic's and everyone always loves it!
this salad is visually a beautiful dish. each bite bursts a different texture.... sweet from the mango and dried blueberries, crunch from the salad, tomatoes and nuts or smooth from the avocado. i served this to a friend for a luncheon and i was so impr
this is the first time i ever used rice noodles (sold as thai stir-fry rice noodles) and really liked them. by the way the original recipes suggested using rotisserie chicken but i didn't have any so put some teriyaki sauce on some boneless chicken tende
i clipped this recipe out of a trial magazine i received in the mail one day. the magazine was called cuisine at home. i'm not a fan of sweet potato recipes that are super sweet. this is a nice mix of spicy, tangy and a little bit of sweet.
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