this is an adapted martin yan recipe. i used less oil and coated my wok with pam. this recipe was delicious. he suggests to serve with an asian dipping sauce but we thought it was great without.
this is a paula deen recipe (although i've heard it was originally a pillsbury bake-off winner years ago) that is absolutely simple and delicious! it's easy to make variations, too, if you're not that into almond.... substitute the almond extract for vani
my mother used to make these for my brother and i when we were little, as we both have peanut allergies. the real ants on a log are made with peanut butter for the spread, but my mom substituted cheese whiz, which is really yummy. even if your children do
this is one of my newly adopted recipes. i have not yet tried it, but have created concoctions similar to this on my own many times. this is an add/delete, feel-free-to-improvise kind of recipe. when i've made things like this in the past, i treated it as
this is my attempt at duplicating a salad i had recently at a local restaurant. i was sitting there eating the salad and writing down all the things i could identify in it and here is the end result. i used martha stewarts' dijon vinaigrette as the dressi
Follow the food story Find cooking methods, recipes, tastings and everything about food here.