these cookies have andes mints tucked inside them, plus melted chocolate on top...sometimes i also add a bit of cocoa to the dough to make double chocolate cookies. cooking time includes 2 hours for chilling dough. zwt 3: u.s. (andes mints)
this is a very popular dessert dish in asian countries. it's easy, simple, and refreshing! it doesn't actually use tofu, but it's white and cubed, which resembles tofu, hence its name. give it a try, i have shared this with many of my non-asian friends an
this recipe is from a cookbook called old-fashioned christmas cookies...it is amazing! the cookies have a wonderful soft, cake-like consistency and the cream cheese frosting adds a nice touch of richness. i love making these during the holidays and they
for many years, we have been blessed with an asparagus bed that has grown the most sweet and savory asparagus we have ever tasted. the only problem, is that we usually have it every day while it continues to grow and prosper. i use this salad on a warmish
a rich and creamy baked citrus tart, typical of pre-1950s english cuisine before australian cooking was changed forever by european then asian migrants. i've posted this recipe which i found in the 2005 october edition of the cooking magazine 'australian
this was an easy and delicious weeknight supper which was changed slightly for my family's tastes from a recipe from the local newspaper (which was adapted from slow & easy recipes) edited recipe per a review stating what to do with the beef.
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