these are popular..where i come from (central valley of california) living up in the u.p. no one has ever heard of them...but they seem to enjoy eating them lol.
an amazingly chewy, fudgy brownie! not for folks who like their brownies more cake-like. i found this recipe on about.com while searching for a recipe that used baking squares instead of cocoa powder. the result? a brownie that is super easy to make and c
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
mmmmm! compliments of sav-on/albertson's grocery store chain. i subbed apple for pear. no worries if you don't have lavender honey. simply add one half teaspoon crushed dried culinary lavender to regular honey.
for a lighter take on the classic thai dish, a can of artichokes serves as a hearty meat substitute. the picture shows the preparation with maifun noodles, but the method is the same with rice noodles.
the auld alliance is the historic friendship between scotland and france, as well as a traditional cheese and whisky recipe. here is a modern version of my scottish grandmother's recipe for auld alliance. i have used scotch whisky and a lighter french blu
a neat trick for bbqing the thighs is to place them in a wire bbq frame used for fish, burgers etc then you can flip them all at once. beautiful flavor, crisp skin time does not include the marinade time. serve as an appetizer then it serves 6 note: the
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