an absolutely delicious done-in-a-snap snack, or breakfast treat (if you double/triple the recipe) that's as much fun to make as it is to eat! you end up with a slice with pretty, circular patterns, that's soft and sweet on the top, and crisp at the botto
these are traditional swiss biscuits, made with moulds similar to shortbread moulds. they are hard, and great to nibble on and dunk in coffee. i also make an almond variation for those who don't care for anise, i will post separately. it makes quite a
simple recipe that doesn't need a lot of time to marinade. the pork chops turn out tender with a bit of sweetness from the brown sugar and apple juice. i grilled the meat, but it would work well on a skillet as well. hope you like it.
this recipe is so great - you just bake the cranberry sauce along with the turkey. there are similar recipes here on zaar for stovetop cranberry/orange sauce but i love doing it in the oven while the big bird is roasting. will keep for up to 2 weeks. this
from my very favorite cookbook by marie simmons (now all out of print), pancakes a to z. she credits her son-in-law, peter dilcher, manager of the café navarro in eugene, oregon. with bananas & mango, these pancakes are perfect for a caribbean inspired
if you are a fan of either blueberry pie or blueberry cobbler you'll love this! a recipe which brings both classic favourites together in sweet perfection. :) this recipe doesn't include a crust recipe but you can use a pre-made one of an old favourite!
this is a wonderful side dish for an asian style entree. bok choy has a wonderful, crisp texture that is reminiscent of celery. you can easily add shrimp or chicken to make a main dish, but i recommend doubling the sauce if you do so. simple and yummy:)
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