this refreshing drink was invented by tony abou-ganim, master mixologist, at the bellagio in las vegas. the colors remind me of sunset, and the taste is out of this world!
this came from a wonderful cook in holmes county ohio..edna miller...you can fill with a variety of fillings..from fruit to whipped cream...i have even filled it with german chocolate cake frosting..much easier to serve..if you want a yellow cake roll..om
this soup has a wonderful combination of apples, bacon (i use a bacon substitute) and leeks. not too sweet, with a nice "bite." sweet-tart apples and smokey bacon play off one another nicely. good fall soup, or thanksgiving side dish which was when i m
a do-ahead appetizer. you can 'wow' them with this one. i found this at southern living and this is the recipe as written. i like to use about half of the amount of blue cheese called for and i just use a 'swipe' on the bread.. not 2 tablespoons full.
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
this is the chicken salad recipe that is so delicious that i don't bother making any other anymore. if i have any leftover chicken, this chicken salad will be my lunch the next day! i love it! easy and light! enjoy!
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