this is a great way to use up leftover bits of cheese and other things in the fridge. simple ingredients, delicious and quick to prepare. make ahead and pop into the oven for dinner, great for the freezer too.
i got this recipe from my friend, audrey (hence the title) and had to share this with everyone. if you're tired of spinach artichoke dip, this is a great alternative. perfect for home potlucks (good to have an oven nearby for reheating). *revised 01/10/
this recipe is from eben freeman, bartender of tailor restaurant in new york city. for this classic cocktail, essentially a gin sour with a cherry garnish, freeman believes that the quality of the ingredients is paramount. he prefers maraska maraschino li
i can never make enough of this dip. this receipe is a new twist on the original by using cream cheese instead of sour cream. you cant go wrong! this was given to me by a friend but not sure why it's called blt dip when there is no lettuce in it--don't
this is a french country beef stew cooked using a pressure cooker. i found it in the better homes and gardens pressure cooker cookbook. i did make a few changes to clarify some steps. i have not tried it myself yet, so let me know if you try it!
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