these are excellent, chocolate (as if there was chocolate that is not excellent) chewy cookies. and extremely easy to make, also a good thing.
as a young kid running the streets with my friends, i remember going to the back door of the neighborhood tavern and begging the cooks for pierogies. nothing tasted better than those pleaded for treats. since i can no longer do that, here's the next best
tonight i was making recipe #147775 and i needed a side dish with an oriental flair... i came up with this and got great reviews from the family! (cooking time is the time the cous cous needs to sit.)
a springtime treat in france, violet asparagus - gently steamed and then served with hollandaise sauce, divine! all that is needed to accompany this seasonal delicacy is crusty bread and chilled white wine. there are several ways of making this classic fr
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
this recipe is so versatile. you can pretty much throw in whatever you have in left-overs. i have used leftover roast beef or london broil, plus have changed the veggies around, etc. it is great comfort food that helps you clean out the fridge!
my mother used to grind the bologna with her old-fashioned crank grinder. she would make large batches as we all loved this. thinking back, i am sure it also helped stretch her food budget. it really is good and simple to make.
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