from bernard clayton's complete book of breads, posted for zwt 3, scandinavia.
for quite awhile there has been quite a debate about what to call this dish. i call it nachos, my roommate calls it dip and my mom calls it nacho casserole. feel free to call it what you like, but be prepared for it to not last long. this is the one dish
just made this recipe today...came out too high first time, adjusted it and second loaf is perfect.....i couldn't be happier... i make this on dough cycle too or the kitchen aid , after rise is done, i form into a loose braid let rest for 45 to 60 minu
spicy argentina chimichurri seasoning in a bread machine! full of herbs and spice. you can process completely on bread cycle or process as dough, shape into a loaf, let rise (about 30-45 min.) and bake at 400 until golden brown. comes from "the best bread
the flavor is indescribable. it exceeded all our expectations! i am posting this side dish because i want to encourage everyone to try this wonderful recipe. it is semi-sweet and very rich. let me know what you think! don't remember where i found it, but
my mother has made this recipe for many years, and is a favorite with our family and friends at christmas. it is a super make ahead because it freezes so well. you can also make the sauce ahead (refrigerate) and reheat in the microwave.
entered for safe-keeping, from yvonne ruperti's "one bowl baking: simple from scratch recipes for delicious desserts," as shared on seriouseats blog. cake flour ensures a fluffy pancake. more at: http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2014/03/baileys-irish-
i found this in a crock pot cookbook, and although it was similar to some recipes already on here, i wanted to post it so i would remember to try it. the recipe says you can substitute any type of canned beans, just use two types. suggestions for white
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