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this is a jill dupleix recipe for little puffs of yumminess. make these as really irresistable appetisers, or for a swanky cocktail party. you make this choux pastry in a food processor, and you can use whatever spicy sausage you prefer..too easy!
this is a wonderful greek-style layered dip with hummus as the base. it is a colorful and very tasty appetizer that always gets compliments. i often add a bit of chopped fresh parsley or oregano for added color.
growing up in kearney, missouri in the '60s & '70s the only place in town that had a true soda fountain was matthew's drug store. on very special occasions we were allowed to order a homemade. gently warm the toppings for the best results.
a meal in itself! this traditional meat pie has been our easter morning breakfast for five generations. it is expensive to make, takes a lot of preparation but is worth every bite! in our family, this was more precious than gold and we all anxiously await
several years ago, dh was in the hospital with a heart condition and was placed on a fat restricted diet. this recipe was provided by the hospital and i have used it since to make wonderful gravy, especially at thanksgiving and christmas. browning the flo
easy to make enjoyed by all recipe for your bread machine. we make 1 loaf about 12in long often using it for homemade garlic bread as well as sandwich bread. also we have made dinner rolls (approx 9) and it works just fine for these. this recipe came from
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