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!
my mother-in-law and i just came up with this recipe while making thanksgiving dinner yesterday. the beauty is that you can choose the cooking method that works best for you... stove top, oven, or crock pot--and they are nearly impossible to mess up. fi
many moons ago my one and only sibling,debbie, compiled for me a cookbook of her favorite tried and true recipes. this recipe for apple squares was in it. haven't made them in a while but i do remember how delicious they tasted. must make it a point to ba
basically a turbo-charged teriyaki marinade, this recipe does wonders for salmon, chops, chicken and steak on the grill, but works on the stovetop and in the oven as well. the longer you marinate the better, though i've found that it's also great if simp
i made these up this morning when we were looking for a different flavour of scone for breakfast - and well, the very ripe bananas were calling me! i went easy on the sugar in the scones, and i sprinkled the top with turbinado sugar and oats to mimic a cr
there are a ton of good vegan mayonnaise recipes out there. but i keep coming back to this recipe i adapted from a vegan camp i went to about ten years ago. it is mild, creamy, and delicious. as usual, i have listed quantities as a guide only. i tend to a
an old family recipe originally from an old woman's weekly recipe book - its a wonderfully tasty meal, with the cannelloni (or manicotti) tubes stuffed with meat and spinach and with the sauces creates a delectable, italian meal enjoyed by everyone.
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