a lovely french cocktail. now tell me do the french know how to enjoy champagne?
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a retro recipe that stands the test of time. these little round beauties are the highlight of any get together. hard boil the egg, slice in 6 slices, (i use a egg slicer) top with salt & pepper, (i use a course ground pepper) dollop each slice with a zest
updated after so-so reviews:d posted for zaar world tour 2005. from an australian recipe website. prep time does not include cook time for rice. although i've stipulated imitation bacon bits, you are welcome to use real bacon if you'd prefer. update:
these are very special bars developed by the local spice merchants and made with lots of honey - very sweet, they taste just wonderful... the leckerli was invented between 1431 and 1449. it was used to feed church dignitaries when the pope was in basel.
another saskatoon berry recipe that 'zaar will be holding onto for me! sounds tasty and i will be making this when the saskatoons are in season again next summer. found in the summer 2005 issue of canadian gardening.
i don't know if any of the calendar girls actually make this sauce, but it was published in the woman's institute christmas cookbook, so it is possible that they may have made it! this is my own recipe based on that wi recipe - vibrant, curvaceous and col
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