my neighbor frannie came up with the idea for this cheesecake. her husband and mine (who are on the atkins diet) both love it! this cake is sweetened with splenda. makes 12 servings, 6 to 8 grams of carbs each.
yes, this is another recipe from food and drink magazine! "a garnish of fruit chips is a dramatic way to add shards of concentrated flavour and snappy crunch to winter desserts and soups. pastry chef anna olson, host of food network canada's "sugar" and
i got this recipe from the label on a can of artichokes. the sauce is really tasty -- kind of tex mex. i like to sprinkle with cheese after it comes out of the oven. beware of adding salt to this recipe as the soup, salsa, olives and cheese have plenty.
deliciously crisp outside and flaky light inside. get your healthful omegas the easy way with tilapia. pictured with leftover twice baked potato filling (with leftover corn thrown it as well) and brussels sprouts in balsamic with basil sprinkles.
oh heavens above!!! banana topping with ice-cream!! soooo sinful!! soooo yummy!! note: this topping is best served warm. do not prepare it more than two hours in advance or the bananas may turn the sauce a dark brown.
the best recipes in the world; mark bittman. reportedly a specialty of southwestern france. he recommends using montbazillac, a good sauterne ,or barzac. the sauce is described as “nicely but not cloyingly sweet”. recommended to serve over buttered noodle
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