there so many recipes for this, but this one is out favorite. i got it online somewhere long ago.
this recipe was given to me by my friend julie. she makes them for every gathering that we have for our school group. they are different and very, very tasty! i think you will enjoy them as much as we do!!
i was surprised to see this traditional southern drink wasn't already posted here, except alcoholic and low sugar versions. these refreshing drinks are popular at the arnold palmer invitational golf tournament.
heard this recipe on the a.b.c. the family loved this when i made it. i did add spring onions to garnish. so easy simple and great tasting. i used kipfler potatoes but recipe suggest's small red ruby lou or royal blue would also be good.
from "to set before a queen"--a cookbook written by a former cook for princess elizabeth's household (queen elizabeth before she was crowned, that is). it's an interesting cookbook, with some good recipes and some interesting anecdotes. she claims that th
this is from the garlic lover's cookbook, another recipe tried and loved. thank you michegan for this delightful book cookbook swap 2007. this is a very simple dish to make for a weekend or weeknight dinner. can be dressed up for company without much f
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