this is a recipe i adapted from a canadian publication the "all you need is cheese" magazine.
this is a delicious version of beef rouladen. i have tried a couple recipes over the years and i was not always happy with the tenderness of the meat. in my quest to get tender slice of beef, i sought out a recipe using red wine > a meat tenderizer. i a
a lovely nightcap from drinkswap, you'll sleep like a baby after this. recipe calls for only 1 tsp of cream but feel free to increase that if you like a milky coffee. i added a lot more than 1tsp myself.
a quick easy salad for summer dinners or double it for picnics. i adapted this from kraft adding more veggies and spicing up with more ginger. this is a great recipe. it is fast, delicious, and people will want seconds. it is great for a pot luck. it is
beautifully seasoned salmon on a bed of veggies which i also served on a bed of shirataki (pronounced she-rah-tah-kee)fettuccine noodles that low carb food!: containing 3g of carbohydrate per serving. low calorie: 20 cal / 4 oz. no cholesterol, no sug
a frosting just like the bakeries use on their cakes and there is no refrigeration required--it may be kept for 3 months covered in the refrigerator just bring to room temperature before using. recipe yields 8 cups of frosting. you will love this!
i found this dish in a southern living christmas cookbook and made it for my husband's birthday dinner a couple of years ago. since then, it has become one of our favorite holiday dishes--eaten for both thanksgiving and christmas! this past year, we inv
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