this recipe is from my mil, she was such a wonderfully patient lady (especially to let me measure everything for this recipe as she made it!) and is sadly missed. it is the
steak with avocado, refried beans and grilled onions on top of it. the combination of these three ingredients with the steak is outstanding, and is served in many wonderful restaurants in cancun, mexico! the flavor of the steak is enhanced by the toppin
this sounds absolutely to die for! i'm thinking it would be a great snack for a superbowl party and i am going to have to give it a go next year (or maybe before)! i found it on a blog called "closet cooking."
wicked good! the crunchy panko crumbs bring new life to this traditional new england favorite. i like baking the fish in the individual dishes, it keeps the fish moist and keeps the juices from drying up. after you make your way through the crunchy topp
we love onions of any kind and i've tried quite a few recipes for baked vidalias. this recipe combines the best of the best and i really wished that i'd made a double batch so we could have had seconds.
this recipe is from "joy of cooking" and it is the best crepe recipe i know of. i make it all the time, in a blender, leaving it overnight in the refrigerator, to fix strawberry crepes for sunday breakfast.
these scrumptious muffins are easy and fun-to-make and require only a skillet. the recipe is from the breadbeckers, inc. family company in woodstock, ga that provides classes and wonderful products to home bakers. i added only the flax meal component for
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