the secret of this famous bread lies in the lumps of sugar that you add to the dough, which give the bread its sweet, crunch character. served warm with sweet butter, it will disappear in no time at all! tasty!
a perfect summer meal. what i love about this recipe is the practicality; it is both quick to make and can wait for you; there's no hurry to serve. it's also a satisfying vegetarian meal that even carnivores love, or if a member of your household prefer
i keep a jar of this in the fridge to have on hand and use it in almost all my asian recipes. it will make a great dipping sauce for dumplings (wontons) when mixed with a little balsamic vinegar and some mirin. sometimes i add chilli, but we don't alway
a family favorite for years and years: it's just not christmas/new years/easter without aunt sue's cheese ball. she borrowed the recipe from a co-worker at the telephone company years ago and has adopted it as her own. easy. quick. delish. if you w
this is still only peas, tastes of peas, and does not pretend to be any great gourmet dish! it's a simple, comforting side dish, which should be served with roast chicken, roast potatoes, and another totally different-tasting veggie such as roasted butter
delicious chicken breasts, wrapped in bacon or pancetta to ensure they remain moist, stuffed with boursin garlic & herb cheese and then roasted with cherry tomatoes on the vine......delectable! i have posted this recipe for two - obviously it is very eas
sweet and yummy great on any lettuce or spinach salad. sorry i don't measure, i tried to fudge--if you're good, you'll figure it out--if not, keep trying! anyways, for a full bowl of salad- i will use a 1c measuring cup and prepare the dressing in that.
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