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i saw this on the today show and adapted it a bit to my taste. original recipe asked for 1 cup of shredded gruyere cheese but i left that out b/c i don't care for it. i also just used a refrigerated pie crust and it all come out wonderful!
this not "just another" banana bread. i've made it time and time again throughout the years. it's from an old and yellowed recipe clipping (50 plus years old) from my local newspaper that my great aunt had written her own success notes beside. my aunt was
the bananas actually go over the scones, they are not in it. a delicious tea time snack for two. from brian turnerupdate 03/03/12 so easy to make, perfect for someone under the weather who needs a pickmeup.
my friend bella served this dessert to a bunch of us after a lunch we had today. it is absolutely delicious! different and easy to make as well. we had it as a dessert but it would be an excellent morning coffee break coffee cake, or a good addition to a
this is another one from my bubby. galicianers made this for friday lunch, while preparing shabbos, because it's easy and parve. it's like a lighter latke, so i like to make it on chanuka. goes well with sour cream on top or just a sprinkle of sugar or ja
from ww's hit the spot. the original recipe called for red snapper, but catfish works well, too. you can use any firm white fish, so mahi mahi, grouper, tilapia, haddock, or cod will also work to suit your personal preference. (sole or flounder would be
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