my daughter brought me a london fog tea latte from starbucks. i really liked it and wanted a caffeine free alternative. i used sweet amore from teavana. it contains an herbal blend of rooibos, apple, pear, almond, apple and cinnamon). it is the alterna
treat yourself! these are strictly an adult treat, as they're not cookie-sweet.... but they are moist and flavorful. my aunt dot, (a fabulous cook), sent me this recipe from missouri several years ago and i have made them many times since then. sometimes
i wanted to make some basic chocolate chip cookies for my kids (vegan & spelt) and found this recipe on http://www.vegfamily.com/vegan-recipes/desserts/spelt-carob-cookies.htm. it goes together really quickly and easily and only has 8 ingredients. i use
there are many varieties of this dish. the hungarians cook it a lil different, than the austrians and viennese people have their own gulash recipes going on. so if you order the same dish in vienna and in hungary you probably are going to get 2 different
this recipe came from woman's world magazine. my copy of the recipe is all tattered and torn so i thought i'd better submit it to keep my copy of the recipe from getting more torn up! the original recipe called for those frozen small whole onions. i don't
from hungry-girl.com... optional toppings include fat-free sour cream and chopped scallions, unsweetened applesauce and cinnamon. i used two medium-sized squashes, and that gave me about six cups of shreds, so i doubled the recipe and got 28 latkes. the
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