no corn syrup! this was my first attempt at pecan pie and will never use another recipe. my mother has been famous for her pecan pie for decades and this beats out hers! my guests and i all agreed this was the best pecan pie ever and it was very easy! my picky non-pie eating sweetie had seconds and could not stop raving (which he never does!). this was the biggest hit of my entire thanksgiving dinner. no one touched the pumpkin pie! this uses brown rice syrup which is more healthful, less sweet and tastes like caramel. it is outstanding in pies and can be bought at a natural foods store. the key to really delicious pecan pie that sets well is to grind the walnuts!
i made this up from ideas from a couple of other recipes. i sometimes like to whisk a little skim milk into the soup before pouring on top so that it infiltrates down to the bottom of the pan better. you could sprinkle the top of the soup with bread crumb
i drink a smoothie containing flax oil three days per week (m-w-f) for the 8 grams of omega-3. the recommendation from the us government agencies is usually 1.5 to 2 teaspoons of flax oil per day to supply omega-3 fatty acids for a 2000 kcal diet, althoug
these are a handheld pasty-like recipe that have a savoury end and a sweet end (think cornish pasties with dessert included). they are (obviously) from bedfordshire, england. they were originally made by bedfordshire housewives and mothers for their menfo
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