i have not tried this recipe. i got this recipe from obesity help. it was posted by carol h. she says "the ingredient list is specific, and substitutions won’t work. to make this pie you must have steel’s country maple syrup, which can be ordered. when i tried to make this recipe using other brands of sugar-free syrup, the custard became muddy and quite frankly, tasted awful. the steel’s syrup is very thick, and that makes a huge difference. even though this pie is sweet, it doesn’t have any sugar to act as a preservative and must be kept in the refrigerator, or it will spoil".
another recipe from real simple magazine from a few years ago. super fast weeknight supper. using cheese ravioli instead of traditional lasagna noodles condenses three steps into one. using the ravioli straight from the freezer could not be more simple
this is my fall back dessert. my mum brought the recipe back from canada when she and dad lived there before i was born. i don't make this very often as it is quite rich, but, oh so yummy. i also usually make 2 as it freezes so well without the topping
i found this through my electric co-op magazine and boy am i ever glad i did. truly a nice moist quick bread. the key to this bread is obtaining a dark, rich apple butter - the darker the better for flavor. i used white house apple butter which was won
some here turned me onto this a long time ago and i could have sworn it was posted but i can't find it. just wanted to share. if the iced tea a use is sweetened i substitute fresh squeezed lemon juice for the lemonade.
i spent time in bangalore recently and returned home. i wanted to recreate some of the amazing fish recipes that i experienced in that amazing city. some of the ingredients are missing in our country but after experimenting a bit i came up with this dish.
have your own shrimp boil at home! or something a little less messy! this recipe is terrific for entertaining too! i tore it out of a magazine at my hair dressers salon! the little card doesn't show the magazine name, but i know it had "cuisine" in the t
yeah, it's a boring title, i know. i'm just too lazy to come up with something exciting, haha! this is something i just made after kind of combining a few other recipes i found while trying to find a way to use up some fresh spinach i had. it could defini
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