as published in the "great lake effects" cookbook by the junior league of buffalo, ny. the origin of this recipe began in 1964 at buffalo's anchor bar. these are the real deal. i should know, i grew up there!
a lovely appetizer from the red cat cookbook, rather like a fondue without all the paraphenalia needed..just a skillet and good crusty bread! use italian fontina, not dutch because the dutch won't melt properly for this
this is a great way to use up soft bananas. this nutritious and energy giving cake doesn't break up easily,making it good for the childrens packed lunch boxes.the parkin keeps really well in a covered container for up to two months.
i love making this for breakfast on lazy days. the high protein in this smoothie will fill you up 'till lunch. i got this recipe from a blog; this is not my own recipe. hope you all enjoy (: *i use flax milk instead of dairy milk and make it in my nutrib
buffalo is very lean and a great choice for low fat meals (beef can be subsituted at a higher calorie/fat count). for ww on the flex plan one serving = 3 points. the 24 hour marinating time is not included in prep/cook times. recipe source: great cooking
if you get tired of regular french toast and would like a little change or something special for overnight guests, try this delicious breakfast treat. the consistency is crunchy, and it is sweet enough that syrup isn't necessary. serve with any fruit topp
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