okay, i know there are a million broccoli casserole recipes out there, but i couldn't resist adding this one to the list. it is a family favorite and is served at every holiday gathering in our family. i'm not a huge broccoli fan, but i can never get enough of this! it's definately not a low-cal recipe, but on christmas, thanksgiving or easter who's counting calories?...
just because i don't eat meat doesn't mean i don't miss certain things--especially certain comfort foods. this is one of those foods. i've even impressed a few self-proclaimed carnivores with these. the avocados are optional, but they really do add to the
this is a simple to make alfredo sauce, but it gets rave reviews. it pairs well with about anything you can imagine, and you'll be dissatisfied with restaurant or out of the can alfredo sauces after you've learned to make this one. feel free to substitu
on many fondly remembered trips to a local arcade that just happened to have a soda shop in it, my grandfather and i enjoyed their version of the mall staple created by julius freed. the arcade has gone the way of the dodo (as nearly all arcades have), b
this is a recipe a friend shared with me many years ago. from the first time i tried it i knew it was a keeper! i made a batch of the jam and there was a little left in the pot so i poured it into a small bowl to pop into the refrigerator. i did the fa
a lovely very basic recipe for the traditional food of chanukah, with an unusual variation or two. so easy even the most beginner cook can do it. adapted from the book of jewish food by knopf, via myjewishlearning.com
i created this recipe because i had too much basil left over from another recipe. it turned out fantastic and now it's on my list of favorites. you can substitute the tahini (roasted sesame paste) for almond butter, it will give it a nice, full nutty flav
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