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this recipe comes from bon appetit. i took it to a dinner party to be served with pork and it was a hit. not as sweet as you might think, but really good and different potato dish. i skipped the parchment paper, because i didn't have any and it was no p
this recipe is a very old one, and a treasured memory of my great aunt kathleen. they are so good! store them in a tupperware container, and they last for 2 weeks or more, but they won't, because you'll be into them until they are gone... guaranteed
you don't have to be in the kitchen at the crack of dawn to prepare a terrific breakfast. in this recipe the french toast is soaked overnight like bread pudding — in the morning all you need to do is add the topping and pop it in the oven. serve it with c
just the basic cheese filled stuffed shells recipe you get off the back of the box, adjusted slightly for oamc. the prep time is long but it's well worth it to pull them out of the freezer weeks from now and have an easy and quick meal.
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