i believe this is from a mccall's cookbook. i've had the recipe for so long i'm not quite sure but the pancakes are every bit worth the effort. our family rates them ten stars! :)
my friend amy recently sent me her recipe for her sweet zucchini bread. this is "...one of our all-time fave recipes for something dessert-like, even if it isn't specific to thanksgiving." when her daughter brought home a baseball-bat sized zucchini this
diabetic friendly and pretty darned good too. *edit*: for some reason that i can't fathom the weight of the package in canada is 42g but in the states it's 28g's and they seem to work exactly the same.
i took one look at the rsc ingredients and saw a homemade classic...but i didn't want the same old, same old. this dessert is fairly easy to put together and after little more than 30 minutes, you've got delicious warm apples with crispy cinnamon crunch,
jamie oliver is one of my favorite chefs. this is definitely comfort food. it is also pretty inexpensive to make. *due to reviews, i have reduced the amount of beef broth to 2 cups. if you would still like a thicker sauce, be prepared to add a slurry of s
i was making shrimp scampi on evening and forgot about a side dish. i raided the cabinet and refrigerator and this is the result. it was a big hit. we really like garlic, so you may want to back off on it.
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