years ago, my grandmother got this recipe from my aunt's first grade teacher! i don't like chicken all that well, but this recipe is delicious. ***marinating time is not included in cooking and preparation time.
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this recipe comes from a little old german woman who i met at the pool. dd#3 is the lifeguard and introduced me gisella who is from germany and her husband from holland. this is his favorite dessert. i asked her why she doesnt make it the traditional ger
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in switzerland, this simple but classic swiss dish is called asperges à la gruyère. the recipe comes from betty crocker's international cookbook. for frozen asparagus, use 2 (10-oz) packages and rinse under cool water to separate, then drain well.
my mom won a blue ribbon at a cooking contest for this casserole back when i was a little girl. it was a regular at our house and each time we had it, she told us again about her blue ribbon. it definitely tasted like a winner. (mama added juice from one
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