as i watch my dear food network right now, it's on dinner impossible with robert making meals from beer, and this reminds me of something i learned when i was living in the southern part of germany. i figured i should share this as we don't get anything
another all time household favorite from "the best of bridge" series. going bananas is an excellent bread, and our fmaily has enjoyed it for years. 12 minutes to mix, and 60 minutes to bake and the rest is history.
another no-fail, great recipe from my best friend. very tender, delicious and smells so delightful when cooking! a great company main dish - serve with my sweet potato and apple casserole. prep. time does not include resting time.
this is nice for an easy brunch/lunch/supper dish. i made these up when i had a couple of avocados that needed using and some uncooked chicken left over from making another dish. you can also use some crushed garlic in with the avocado and also top with s
a yummy cake/bread that keeps the banana's halved but whole, soaked in rum. different and delicious, this should take care of any unfilled corners after a terrific meal. from cooking with aaf: king creole...of the sunny islands
inspired by the world of warcraft game. rich and tangy were the words he used to describe these delicious treats, and maybe a little spicy too, due to the hot spices used to make them. this is my own barbecue sauce recipe, especially made to be rich, tang
i made this recipe from paula of the blog bell'alimento. it's so yummy you should try it : http://www.bellalimento.com/2009/11/10/bolognese-sauce/ i don't really know the number of serving. but i got 2 jars of this sauce.
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