this is a super-size (5 - 6 inch) cookie, the type you find at coffee shops. i toasted the oatmeal before adding them to the dough; this makes them somewhat crunchy, however, you can skip this step. besides using raisins, you can also add chocolate pieces and or nuts.
this is an old family recipe. my mother used to just add pementos and salad dressing to the macaroni. my aunt is the one that came up with the dressing that perked it up. not health smart but colorfull for holidays and you either love it or can't stand it
this wonderful recipe is from the cheese lover's cookbook and guide by paula lambert, adapted slightly cause i want more of everything. these scones also freeze beautifully (fully-baked). i individually wrap in double-foil and then breakfast is ready fo
after a discussion on the boards, i decided to post this recipe. even non-garlic heads will love it. i serve with a nice crusty bread to sop up the juices and spread the cooked garlic on. this recipe comes from the american diabetes assoc., so you know th
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