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".
from family favorites cookbooks by readers digest, c. 1993. three layers of yummy - vegetable, meat & pasta! this dish is a crowd-pleaser at a 4th of july celebration or at a pot luck supper. can substitute ground turkey or veal for the ground beef. fo
baked cauliflower in a creamy cheese sauce that doesn't use cream-of-x soup. note: i have made this with skim milk and lowfat cheese and it works, but you have to cook the sauce longer to get it to thicken.
i was so happy to have spotted this recipe. i have made a banana bread recipe that my family swears is the best ever. i want to try this one, it sounds a little bit different from the one i normally bake, but thought i should post it here at the zaar 8)
i love risotto and this is the recipe that i always use. this is the base recipe for risotto, from the "risotto" cookbook by judith barrett and norma wasserman. cheese, herbs, cooked vegetables, etc. (the condimenti) is added at the end after the basic
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