a classic swedish dish. this is the recipe from the late tore wretman (1918-2003), the actual inventer of swedish gastronomy. according to him, it's his grandma's recipe, and the source is his memoires
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only 3 ingredients! this is my all-time favorite dessert recipe, and ironically one of the easiest i've come across. anyone can make it, yet the taste is something you'd expect from a professional chocolatier.
you can always be sure a passover cake has eggs in it. this one has 9. my friends and i usually have an unofficial contest every year, to see how many dozens and dozens of eggs we've gone through over the holiday. this is a pretty yummy cake. the pecans a
pronounced shtoh-luhn, stollen is a wonderful traditional christmas bread from germany. the traditional shape is that of a large, folded oval. every year my grandmother would make this for christmas and we would have it for a light breakfast on christmas
tasty sweet potato salad served on baby spinach leaves. salad features green beans, canadian bacon, red onion, and a honey dijon dressing. i found this recipe @ http://www.sweetpotatorecipes.net i'm posting it here for safe keeping.
i couldn't find a black bean soup recipe i liked, and i'm lazy, so i use canned beans. you can tweak the spiciness to your taste! to make this a vegetarian/vegan version, just leave out the bacon or use soy bacony bits, and use a vegetable broth. super
this recipe was featured in parade magazine 12/19/10 issue. i have not tried it yet- but i wanted a place for safe keeping! per serving: 220 calories, 10g fat, 125mg cholesterol, 370mg sodium, 20g carbs, 7g protein
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