love beetroot? you will love this. simplicity at it's best. cutting the beetroot will depend on the size of the beetroot, small beetroot in halve, large into quarters or more. i cut it the size of a potato that is needed for potato salad. fresh dill or mint may be substituted for tarragon.
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lighter fare with only the most basic seasoning for a subtle flavor that 'seasoning addicts' may not be able to appreciate...made more heart healthy with the use of whole wheat pasta, this dish simply cannot be beat!
i love to make french toast whenever there is left-over challah (egg bread) that is a little too stale to eat. this is one of my favorite ways to prepare it. you can use a different kind of bread if that's what you have on hand though.
i love these gingersnaps. they don't include any egg, and a very small amount of margarine, so they are lower in fat and cholesterol than most other gingersnap recipes i've tried. i also like that they are drop cookies. besides cutting the prep time by re
one of the better recipes for banana cakes. i have made this many times, it is very good. make certain to mash the bananas not puree them, it makes a difference in the cakes texture, i mash with my hands for this.
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