surin, a thai restaurant with 3 locations in alabama, makes this really really good coconut soup. i found a recipe on yahoo! answers in response to someone's inquiry about the soup. give it a whirl!
whole grain dough kept refrigerated (or frozen) for pizza, pretzels, or buns. the method is similar to reinhart's "artisan breads every day". preparation time does not include refrigeration overnight.
this recipe was found on the internet at recipeisland.com. preparation time includes the peeling, slicing & dicing of the fruit, but not the hour needed for the fruit to chill. although this recipe should make 6 servings, it could make much less if someon
i couldn't decide which one of these recipes i wanted,recipe#73033 by chef#37449 or recipe#251220 by chef#89831.so, i thought of a way to combine those two recipes.if you want to double this recipe,please do not add more than 1/4 teaspoon of baking powder
this is a dessert for a special occasion! it looks good, and it smells good, ...it is good! i used up some amaretto that i'd had for ages. now, i get asked for it, so i had to buy another ameretto! oh well!
this is great for an afternoon coffee group, or something sweet and special for breakfast or brunch! i use granny smith for the extra tart taste! i know the recipe has been in the family for over 90 years.
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