a really good and different soup.
--tasty-- and i collaborated on this colorful spring/summer salad today! there are as many variations of the salad as there are vegetables, fruits and herbs! use a light vinaigrette of your choice to complete the recipe. read *note below in the directions
my granddaughter brought this recipe with her this week to make while she was here. we finally got around to it today and these are just unbelievable and so simple to make. strong, pleasant lemon taste.
created this for a backyard cookout one night at mom and pop's house with the neighbors. i call it "slaw" because it's texture and consistency is like a slaw, but the ingredients are not. i am a total dill pickle freak, as my mother is not. i can drink
this has been a favorite since my children were todders many years ago. i think the original recipe came from an add for b.c. apples but i have modified it several times over the years. the original recipe called for white flour, brown sugar, and peeled a
family and the folks from church love this cake from ann byrn (the cake mix doctor). i've made it many times and experimented with different pan sizes. i've listed my results below so you can choose to make it "moist and gooey" or with a firmer cake base
a quick hearty meal that is ready in 20 min. note: this is a "hungarian goulash" typical of recipes found in north american cookbooks and magazines from decades past. not to be confused with authentic hungarian goulash.
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