a tea time recipe that sounds easy and delicious found on http://www.godsglory.org/recipes.htm. states "the following recipes are some traditional favorites in south africa." feel free to use splenda in place of the sugar (i have done this with good res
this recipe comes from a little old german woman who i met at the pool. dd#3 is the lifeguard and introduced me gisella who is from germany and her husband from holland. this is his favorite dessert. i asked her why she doesnt make it the traditional ger
i have a wonderful relationship with nutella. it's manna from heaven. it's ambrosia straight from the elysian fields. it's delicious in cakes, ice creams, spread on bread and licked off a loved one's fingers. i found this recipe on a favorite food blo
this recipe comes from the doanleigh inn in kansas city, missouri. i got it from a web site. i made some adjustments when i prepared it. i only used one cup of sour cream and 1 tablespoon of vanilla. i put on enough brown sugar to completely cover the blu
this is an easy and quick recipe for a midweek meal. the flavor is spicy but yummy. i use emeril's creole seasonings for the cajun spices. i love to serve this over rice and with a green vegetable or salad.
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