i've had some very blah banana breads, but this one is wonderful. my husband found this one to use one day when we had a bunch of bananas that weren't getting any younger. my co-workers loved it recently when i made it for a breakfast at work. this is from a cookbook called "america's best recipes". in the book, the recipe is called "banana, sour cream and walnut loaf".
an easy, yummy spread to entertain with! you can adjust the amounts of peppers if you like! great with crackers and fresh veggies. i also like this as a sandwich spread or on bagels. cooking time includes refridgeration time...enjoy!
we created this easy-to-make breakfast with thoughts of a loved one using our recipe #304097 which includes french toast, scrambled eggs, coffee, juice, the morning paper, a single red rose, and all the love you can offer. :) double the coffee and juice
this chicken is marinated in ginger ale and other spices and ingredients for 3 hours before cooking. the ginger ale makes it super tender and sweet. great served with rice and vegetables. or potatoes.
here in new england, where cranberries are more plentiful (and less expensive) than cherries, my dear sister-in-law would make this pie every year. we lost her a few years ago, but will always remember her warm and loving personality through her recipes.
i made this delish b-52 cake by leta and wondered why it was called that! i found out their is a drink by that name so i posted it for you all to enjoy. if you want to layer for an alternate method instead of on the rock try, the secret to making the perf
my son and i were the only ones home and hungry! i had been to an outdoor party that had leftover fire roasted potatoes on the previous weekend and had brought some home. we had burger in the fridge that needed to be used ( soon ) . creative cooking can b
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