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my brother gave me this recipe and i made it for my family and they went nuts! it was out of this world delicious! you can use any seafood you want but it is a must to have smoked salmon. my daughter who is 14 loved it.
this recipe is out of "home cooking magazine". this gorgeous rustic tart is sure to impress guests (but only you need to know that it's even easier to assemble than a typical apple pie)! dark or light corn syrup can be used. but dark syrup will give you
the nice thing about baked rice pudding is that you can make it the night before to enjoy for a special breakfast the next day. serve it with a dollop of whipped cream & a sprinkle of cinnamon if you like. the recipe is the courtesy of gale gand - 2003 -
here is a recipe for tuna melts "my way". i like my tuna salad filling to be onion-ey, with bits of tomatoes, covered in melted cheddar, with the bread grilled dark brown. i like to eat these with creamy tomato soup and a big glass of milk. now that's
this is a delicious and unusual marmalade with a gorgeous color. i originally found a version of this recipe by doing a search for "blood oranges" when they were in season. i have since tweaked the recipe, and this is my own variation.
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