my sil gave me this recipe from the latest issue of our canada magazine. a little time consuming but well worth it. i am sure you will agree there is not another meatball quite like it.
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this is a classic recipe, slightly adapted. it's especially perfect for high altitude cooking, as i live at 7,000 feet above sea level and it's hard to make cookies rise just right. bake slightly longer for crispy cookies, slightly less for chewy.
lining up my summer canning recipes to take stock of jars, lids, rings, vinegars & other supplies. this one certainly seem to have the right stuff from our garden - peppers, cabbage, onions anyway. found this recipe in the times-picayune & was charmed wi
i remember the day that my husband, who used to do some diving, went to the coast and proceeded to dive for scallops. he brought them home and i fixed them. delicious!! one minute they were in the ocean and one and one-half hours later they were on the
sweet and yummy great on any lettuce or spinach salad. sorry i don't measure, i tried to fudge--if you're good, you'll figure it out--if not, keep trying! anyways, for a full bowl of salad- i will use a 1c measuring cup and prepare the dressing in that.
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