this recipe requires a full day of cooking but the effort is worth it. my mom got this recipe over 50 years ago from an italian friend. the baking soda is the secret ingredient to making this recipe a success so don't eliminate it. when finished, it ca
i was not an asparagus lover until i tried this french renaissance recipe! it is simple to make with ingredients on hand and adds a bit of change to fresh asparagus! i have also added crumbled bacon to jazz it up!
saw this recipe by cary neff of the miraval spa on the oprah show. it is supposed to be a more healthy alternative to the 'purist' chocolate chip cookie. i made these but was skeptical that the purists around me would eat them. they did. had to hide them
i can drink pitcher after pitcher of this stuff and can never get enough. you can't help but down it, for it tastes sooooooo good, especially on a hot day. you can subsitute any type of black tea (lipton, etc) however i have found the one listed in the
with tangy tomatillos softened by creamy avocado in a warm salsa verde, this southwestern-inspired dish qualifies as contemporary comfort food. fresh tomatillos are available in the produce section of most grocery stores. look for firm, unblemished fruit
this cool, refreshing treat from the king arthur flour baker's catalogue is a wonderful addition to any summer table. the combination of flavors in this tart is sublime, and i highly recommend making your own crust. don't be put off by all the ingredients
this is a recipe that my mother, carrie waters cox pazolt made every year. they are similar to kolaches. you can use prepared preserves, marmalade, or kolache filling. a teaspoon of preserves is about right; too much and it runs out of the pastries. j
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