this recipe was given to us by a neighor while we were living at brigham young university. donuts don't get any better than this! this is time cosuming - however - the end result is worth the wait.
i saw this recipe on the self magazine website. looks fabulous - would make such a nice pool side treat this summer! i thought i would store it here for safe keeping. if you try it, please let me know what you think! i'll keep you posted, if i get a c
found these on another site while looking for a recipe for yeast biscuits. tried these and they are fairly simple, rise nicely and taste very light. we had them with eggs, bacon and hot gravy with jam on the side for those that wanted it. what a nice w
way back in upstate new york, in a small shoe town called endicott, we have a regional "kabob" style sandwich, called spiedies. if you have never tried one, your mouth is going to thank you. i have seen a lot a recipes trying to duplicate the variety sold
a classic chicken and rice dish with a little twist of wild rice and apples for a hearty, warming fall or winter supper. we used a seasoned packaged wild rice blend, but plain long grain and wild rice should work fine. if you're using plain, you may want
from the stinking rose restaurant in san francisco. this is an italian appetizer dish and the name translates as 'hot bath'. serve with a good crusty sourdough, breadsticks or your favorite vegetables for dipping, such as bell peppers, zucchini, broccoli,
nice change from the usual. note on frozen bananas: we toss overripe bananas directly into the freezer, skin on. they will keep for a few months, however the skins will turn black and they will be mushy when thawed. this is also good when subbing dried ap
this is not only quick and easy but great tasting as well. had i not tasted this delicious grilled chicken i likely would never have chosen to make a barbecue sauce that had horseradish as one of the ingredients, but having tasted it i just had to have th
this was one of the first candy recipes i ever made. these candies are crystal clear and can be used as decorations for a christmas tree or a window. cooking and prep times are approximate, and don't include making your own molds if you wish to do that.
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