from the graham kerr cookbook. posted for zwt 5.
this recipe was originally submitted to taste of home's healthy cooking magazine by dawn dhooghe of concord, north carolina. "i lightened up one of my husband's favorite burgers, although the original was good, we actually like this better."
it’s often difficult to find aquavit here in the liquor stores of the united states. so if you have a hankering for that potent liquor, here’s a substitute for you. :) you can experiment with all sorts of flavors, not just caraway. recipe adapted from
discovered on another site, this is a specialty recipe served at the greenwoods gate bed and breakfast inn in norfolk, connecticut. i haven't yet tried it, but given my love of cranberries i know i'll be making this soon!
this is the portuguese version of a dunking cookie. they are delicious, buttery cookies. originally from sao miguel in the azores, my avô (grandpa) on my father's side was a baker for many years in montreal. this was his recipe.
this is a combination of several recipes i've tried for blueberry muffins. the real key is the yogurt - use your favorite fruit flavor! it doesn't have to be blueberry, i've made it with raspberry and other flavors with great results. its great for experi
there are many pesto recipes here use your favorite, store bought or try my recipe #49909 also buy or use your favorite recipe for sundried tomatoes on oil or try recipe #57884 be sure they are plump and tender and not rubber. i served with my pepperco
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