i love biscotti and was so excited when a friend shared this with me years ago, and i found out how easy they are to make. (hint: don't pay $2.00 a cookie at the coffeehouse any more!!) these are great as is, or dip the bottom edge of each cookie in melted chocolate (mmm... dark chocolate) note: the prep time includes cooling times
power foods for kids: ambrosia salad another recipe from parents magazine: boost your child's immunity with this delicious dish, filled with nutrients kids need for optimal health. serve for dessert, or for lunch with some crackers or bread.
as an american living in england, i really missed real american-style baked beans. the kind you get here are in a plain tomato-based sauce, with no sweetness at all. this was my answer, after a bit of tweaking.
this is from the food section of real simple magazine. you can use either the shortbread cookies or replace them with chocolate wafer type cookies and use strawberry or raspberry preserves instead of the apricot. you may want to break the cookies up jus
from barefoot in paris, 2004. this dessert is very elegant and rich. if you don't have a tart pan, use a springform pan or even a pie plate--which is what ina used when she made it on her cooking show.
this is a simple, hardy, slow cooked, pot roast that welcomes you home from a long day. put it on in the morning, let it simmer all day, let those flavors mingle. once home, forget about everything else as you enjoy this delicious comfort food. even the c
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