i found this recipe in the aces best of bridge cookbook. it's easy and tasty.
this recipe comes from carbohydrate counting made easy cookbook, sponsored by: the diabetes support group at knoxville area community hospital. nutritional facts are as follows calories: 134 protein: 4g fat: 2g carb:26g i bought this cookbook when we to
you won't find this one anyplace else on the planet except right here on recipe*zaar. why? because i invented it! it's for bumping up either chicken or pork and can be used as a "dredge", a seasoning, or, as a rub for smoking. i'm sort of a food anthropol
i was given this recipe at least 30 years ago and have yet to find anyone that doesn't love it. (providing they like seafood) i always use haddock as i'm from maine. fresh is expensive right now but as far as i'm concerned there's no better tasting white
this butternut recipe i came up with myself as i got tired of making mashed butternut that consisted of butternut, salt, pepper and butter mashed together baby cabbage can be used instead of the butternut in the same manner, slice the baby cabbage into
i found this recipe in the hershey's chocolate lovers cookbook. i've had it for many years, but just tried the recipe this year and it is fantastic!! cake is very moist - perfect for guests. for the oil, i use canola and it is perfect.
these melt in the mouth treats never lasted long once grandma had put them in the cookie jar !!! these cookies are perfect for baking ahead of time and freezing. grandma left the cookies to cool completley, then she would open freeze them until soild.
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