this is from all recipes and is made as christmas gifts every year.
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company was coming and i wanted something easy, quick, yet nice for dessert and came up with this recipe. it was raved over. you may make it in a bowl like a trifle or free standing on a plate. if you assemble it on a plate, stick four bamboo skewers thro
this was paired with chicken enchiladas in a new cookbook that i have - the best of america's test kitchen 2007. while the enchiladas didn't whet my appetite, the quick sauce caught my eye; namely, no chili powder as an ingredient. looks simple enough fo
i found this recipe on wholesomebabyfood.com and i am posting it for safe keeping. it is recommended for babies that are 6 months and older, but they also advise speaking to your pediatrician before starting your baby on solids. also, remember to follow t
from a friend who recently traveled to switzerland and returned with this recipe. she says this recipe is more authentic (i.e., bavarian) and less "mall food court" than other recipes (all are good, but it's a matter of preference). i don't know whether t
if you really like bakery flavors this is the flavor for you. it tastes almost like the birthday cake icecream at cold stone creamery. note : large tapioca can be purchased at asian grocery stores. bubble tea straws can be purchased inexpensively here, ww
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