it may not be summer here yet but it certainly feels like it w/ temperatures in the upper 80s already. i've not tried this recipe yet but it sounds delicious and i love salads in warmer weather. posting so i can find this recipe from paulette mitchell; prep time is a guess-timate and does not include time to allow salad to cool or to chill in the frig.
this recipe is for a tradional english cake/dessert/snack. everyone in my family loves this recipe, though its so old i cant remember where it came from. we all love it because its such a sweet, gooey, rich comfort food! its so easy to make, why not try i
these delicious oatmeal cookies have crisp outer edges and wonderfully chewy centers. the recipe is from chef michelle risucci of "auntie em's kitchen" in eagle rock and was printed in the la times (feb. 25, 2009 ). these make very large cookies. if you
ok, not birdseed really. just reminds me of it. we love this for it's nutty flavor. it is a very substancial bread and makes a great piece of toast. i use 1 more t of millet and sunflowerseeds each and use rolled 6 grain instead of oats for us.
this is the only way that i've fixed corned beef since this recipe was given to me years ago by a former co-worker - and i think of him fondly every time i make it. not only is it the tastiest corned beef i've ever had, it doesn't shrink as much this way
refreshing! light! great way to use that last cob of grilled corn. gives the dish a light smokey flavor. good for picnics, camping,& pot luck. makes a good side as well as a meal. using it as a relish to top grilled salmon or tuna. try dipping tortilla ch
this is an easy, quick salad that even kids love. it's a good way to get them to eat broccoli if they think they don't like it! most supermarkets have packaged brocco slaw in the produce section. if not, you will have to make very thin matchsticks of bro
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