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i made a version of this as peanut brittle, but had to try it with cashews. outstanding! so crispy and decadent...p.s. this recipe is made in an 1100-watt microwave. p.s. if you live in an area that has high humidity, this recipe may not work for you; try
roasting artichokes brings out the great nutty flavor. we really enjoy artichokes fixed this way. the process is so simple, you just tuck it in your head; just pick the number of artichokes and pick a pan into which they will all fit. most artichokes com
cupcakes great for picnics, lunch boxes, and afternoon snacks. easy to prepare and easy to eat, these cupcakes are filled with grated apple and spices toped with a cream cheese frosting. (from bake and freeze desserts by elinor klivans)
these muffins are jam-packed with fresh berries and are super moist! the tartness of the raspberries is perfectly balanced by the brown sugar and banana. the banana flavor is very light and used to highlight the berries.
a beautiful cake that is very yummy. everyone will marvel over your creation when you show up with this cake. i served this at our 2006 cookie swap and it was a huge hit. from the pampered chef's all the best cookbook. cooking time includes time for ca
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