posted in response to my own request. :) this is said to be the best and only banana pudding you should make! courtesy nabisco.
we love ratatouille! i usually have an abundance of zucchini and yellow squash in my garden, however, this year since we received so much rain the zucchini & squash crop was poor. so i have been force to buy my ingredients. for my family's taste, i omit t
a thin-crusted pizza done like an italian grandma used to make. different that the average pizza, thinner and crisper than a sicilian pie, you are going to love this quick, simple recipe. from america's test kitchens.
cant remember where i found this recipe from. tried this recipe out for a dinner party once and it was pretty well-received. bonus for being so easy to put together. i used chicken fillets and they were really quite tasty!
this is being posted for zwt 2006 (italian region). frittatas are simply omelettes and this is a wonderful example of one. i love fresh basil and grow it every year and this is a great showcase for it. you can also add a little bit of mozzarella cheese to
another refreshing drink from my son the mixologist. it's a little sour but balances nicely off the sweetness of the berry. the northwest is known for growing large yummy blueberries so look for this drink late in the summer if you want to use fresh berr
i have not tried this, but the ingredients bring to mind a cool fall day and this cooking in the oven. i can almost smell the aroma! cooking time does not include the overnight soaking of the beans. hope you enjoy!
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