i came up witih this recipe when i was in high school and just kept fiddling with it over the years. i've got it figured out where the whole family likes it very well. sometimes we have this over fritos and sprinkle shredded cheese and onions on top. i also like to have a little bit of mustard on top of mine. sour cream's good on it, too!
i don't recall where i got this recipe and how much i've done to it to change it for my own liking. however, i eat this almost every morning. i haven't grown tired of it and it is so good. for those who aren't fans of "traditionally" prepared oatmeal, thi
this is the recipe i have been using since the early 70's. i make it in my ka stand mixer now and let it rise in my proofing oven. ahh, modern conveniences! i use real eggs, whole milk and unsalted butter. i crumble some saffron threads into the milk
my friend cheryl brought this easy, fun dip to a party with slices of baguette bread. it was so delicious and smelled wonderful; everyone was asking for the recipe. there are other recipes similar to this, sometimes called "jalapeno popper dip", but i've
another great way to serve cod, especially with all that wonderful summer squash from the farmer's market. it's very healthy because you can get away with using very little oil. this recipe comes from the whole foods website.
i'm posting this so i don't keep losing it. my mom made this often - it's a buttery biscuity topping. it doesn't rise as high as regular biscuits, and you can just pour it over the pot pie. it comes out all golden brown and tasty. the pot pie part i m
this is a traditional sudanese recipe which i learned from sudanese friends. it's a great alternative to traditional cakes. the sound of the ingredients might put you off, but you have to taste it to believe how nice it is.
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