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this recipe has been passed all around in my extended family, and we don't even have an aunt winnie. i wish we did though because she must be a good cook. you're sure to love this thanksgiving tradition. it's simple and super tasty!
this recipe comes from my "no time to cook" cookbook. now you have to understand, these ingredients are some of my favorites. it is really hard to wait overnight for them to chill. i have not included chilling overnight in the time estimation. if you try
most healthier naan recipes didn't taste as good to us as the recipes that included oil and dairy. so, we came up with this yummy and healthier alternative that amazingly still has no added oil or dairy! like most naan recipes it is time consuming, but
first street haven, port angeles, washington. a hidden layer of fresh blackberries makes for a tasty surprise in this simple coffee cake. other berries in season can be used as well, either solo or mixed in a jumbleberry version. this cake is at home both
every time i eat at cpk, i have to have this salad! i love the tangy dressing, the fresh basil, the crispness of the ingredients. my husband got their cookbook for christmas one year and i enjoy making it at home occasionally too!
pronounced shaw-nay-nay's. best friend told me this recipe and my husband can't get enough of it...neither can the rest of my friends and family. personally, i like to try new marinades, but i have to make this one often because of the requests! i have
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