this was probably the inspiration for the filling to the sweet pototo pies found in america these days. although not low-fat by any means, it is simple and satisfying. recipe by angela self medearis. *cook time does not include refreigeration time.
this has been altered from a recipe from the joy of cheesecake. i have been fine tuning it for years, and have become quite famous for my good for you cheesecake. very little sugar or fat. we have this for special occasions, and if there is leftovers..
found in the all*you magazine from march 2009. a nice moist cake with the fun of a pretty glaze. i've made this with both raisins and dried cranberries and they both work really well. feel free to use what suits your tastebuds the best. it is a great
this is a much much much healthier version of the awesome blossom that so many of us love. after tasting this one and knowing the nutrition information on the other, i will have a hard time ever going back.
i never would have thought to combine black beans, asparagus, and fresh parsley. all i can say is wow! this salad is very fresh...gets you in the mood for spring and fresh vegetables. recipe from 2009 taste of home annual recipes/iola egle of bella vis
this is a thick, rich bbq sauce that i have used for years. it originally was published in a monthly publication in the early 1980s. these little books were called great recipes of the world. they seemed to go out of business not long after they first
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