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this is one spice that i do not normally have on hand. most of my recipes do not call for it, but sometimes you just need it. this is a recipe for a substitution that works great. below are two measurements. the normal formula is equal amounts of all
this is the quiche recipe that i created for rsc #11. it starts off with a homemade crust and then is filled with a delighful combination of eggs, bacon, spinach, asiago and cheddar cheeses, shallots or green onions and sun dried tomatoes.
this recipe was given to me along with a sample of it for xmas. very tasty, and while half of it spilled out of the container (opps) it was pretty tasty for xmas day coffee's. i don't like using eggs in this sort of thing and was happy that it doesn't nee
this is a delicious and easy cranberry sauce, requiring no time standing at the stove! i found it in a local newpaper article from a woman who got it from a magazine many years ago. it can be made ahead and stored in the refrigerator.
this recipe was adopted by me in february 2005 - i have revised this recipe to that of my mother's (a certified chef). it is always a favorite in our home for parties and holiday gatherings and i hope you enjoy it too.
excellent recipe! found it years ago browsing through recipe books at the local library. you know it's good when guests ask for the recipe. mushrooms were my own addition. you could probably add carrots, potatos, or whatever else you want. make it into a
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