this is a very delicious and nice way to use orzo. i love dates, chocolate, pistachios, and especially cream.
this is a paula deen recipe (although i've heard it was originally a pillsbury bake-off winner years ago) that is absolutely simple and delicious! it's easy to make variations, too, if you're not that into almond.... substitute the almond extract for vani
you can have fun with this one! create and personalize your own spice blends. try other ingredients such as cocoa powder, cayenne pepper, jerk seasonings, mustard powder,orange zest.... the list goes on. i found this recipe in a pamplet from foster farms.
i'm fascinated with bubble-up recipes!. this recipe uses your favorite salsa, allowing you to control the heat. i used my sister's awesome homemade salsa in mine. you can top the casserole with your favorite taco toppings, or serve them on the side.
i am putting together a weight watcher's thanksgiving. i found this on rachael ray's yum-o site. i will be using pure maple syrup as it has less sugar content than the traditional sugars used in sweet potatoes. this sounds great!
being a baking novice, i've wondered how a baker can create a cake recipe from scratch and know that it will work. when i found this "formula" i then understood the math and balancing of ingredients by weight not volume. having the right proportions of
this is a recipe from vegetarian times. we made it and loved it! very savory, and pretty darn easy! we made a few variations, such as sweet potato instead of winter squash and mozzarella instead of parmesan. we used red onion and a whole wheat, premad
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