talk about flavor,this recipe is chalked full of them. my friend susanna would make requests for these so much i decided to name them after her. don't bat an eye at the quantity of extracts, it's what makes these biscotti. these are not rock hard like some recipes i have tried, though they are still terrific dunking in your morning coffee or in the hands of your favorite child. i hope you give these a shot, they are worth the effort.
well being that i don't like to drink calorie filled drinks (calories i'd much rather spend on food!) i always try to experiment with low calorie drinks. so one day i came up with this. tastes great! add more or less coffee or equal to taste but i find th
this is a nice and simple recipe, the most time consuming thing is preparing the apples. the topping is nice and crunchy. different fruits, such as dried cranberries, raisins, rhubarb or any type of berry could be added for a unique taste.
bacon flavored mayonnaise, yummy! this is our copycat version of baconnaise (which has no bacon in it). it uses bacon fat vs. soybean oil. put it on sandwiches, burgers, blt's and salad. use it as a dipping sauce for chicken nuggets.
crescent rolls, jimmy dean hot breakfast sausage, onions, peppers, salsa and two types of cheese make this a favorite breakfast or brunch dish-- with a southwest flair! can be made ahead. serve warm or at room temperature, accompanied with sour cream and
my kid's school asked that the parents send a snack in for the kids to munch during the day while they do their schoolwork since lunch is so late in the day. i found this tastey treat in a magazine from penzey's (btw- if your not familiar with them check
khmer krom baked chicken wings with sweet and spicy sauce is another delicious variation on some of the cambodian recipes i received from students....new note-- as for being authentic or "really" cambodian, all i can tell you is that i've had similar chic
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