i was looking for a swedish meatball recipe and couldn't find one that i liked, so i made my own. [i highly recommend using kittencal's italian meatball recipe (#69173) for the meatballs preparing without the oregano and adding to this sauce. use the baking method and remove from oven 10 minutes before done.] but you can always use your own meatballs, frozen or homemade. this isn't the traditional sauce, but if you like a rich, creamy, mushroomy sauce over egg noodles, please give this a try!! even though it has cream of mushroom soup in it, the extra ingredients make it taste like homemade and less like it came from a can. my family loved it! hope yours does too!
these are all that a ginger cookie should be - soft, chewy, crisp, and wonderfully spicy. the crystallized ginger adds depth and complexity -- don't leave it out! serve these with hot cider on a crisp fall day; with a scoop of lemon ice cream; dunked
great smothered in country gravy! these biscuits never turn out bad! i triple this recipe (yes, i did say triple) for my family of 7. we always have leftovers...which the kids eat the next day with jam.
i love artichokes and eggs benedict. when i found this recipe i immediatly made it for breakfast the next morning. it is a beautiful and elegant breakfast dish that is great for a special occasion or romatic morning.
these are a deliciously healthy, filling meal, and good for both everyday eating and when your vegetarian guests come over for dinner! my non-vegetarian husband doesn't even miss the meat when i fix these. this is a *big* batch, so plan on leftovers. :)
this is a base recipe so you can work with what jello and/or liquor you already have in your bar. usually it's best to model the shot after an already existing drink, or to use plain vodka or light rum with a fruit flavor and using the same type of fruit
i grew up on miami, my parents were from georgia...i can remember summers spent with cousins in the tobacca fields and i remember great big black iron pots at the family reunion with greens and another with boiled peanuts..they were good times! there wa
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