this recipe comes from the oct/nov issue of taste of home. i have not tried it but wanted it in my cookbook as dh is a huge pot roast fan and i am always looking for something different. there didn't seem to be a similar recipe on zaar, so if you try this, let us know what you think!
aniseed is used widely in chinese cooking, both entrees and in desserts, adding a sweet, licorice-like flavor to foods. any variety of firm, ripe pears can be used in this refreshing dish, but you may have to adjust the cooking time according to the textu
a yummy twist on banana bread... i also use this recipe to make muffins, just bake for the amount of time suggested on the banana bread mix box. if i make bread, i rarely make the glaze because it doesn't really need it and the bread is very moist. if m
this is an old family favorite............it's a wonderful mix of pumpkin and spices,very nice in the morning for breakfast.my mom usually makes this at christmas,but i think it is great anytime...best served warm with butter.
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