my grandma anderson would make these for my brother and me when we would come for our weekend visits. she taught me how to make these so i could keep her recipes alive and hand them down to my children. keeping her recipes in my family's cookbook keeps her memory alive for me and my brother.
this is so good that we often have only this for supper so that we can eat lots of it. the recipe was given to us by a family member with years and years of experience cooking for huge crowds. it is especially scrumptious when the squash is garden-fresh.
these make a perfect side to chicken, beef, seafood, anything italian, or a rustic soup. super easy to assemble, it just takes a bit of time to bake. use any type of tomato you have on hand. make as many servings as you like depending on size of the tom
i got this from aimeesadventures.com....spunds yummy per serving: 278 calories; 3g fat (8.3% calories from fat); 22g protein; 42g carbohydrate; 4g dietary fiber; 7mg cholesterol; 1009mg sodium. exchanges: 2 grain (starch); 1 lean meat; 0 fat. wwp: 5
i knew i wanted to combine bananas with rum in a cake and could never find a recipe i liked, so i came up with one on my own and it is scrumptious! the icing is a little tricky to make but well worth the effort, it melts in your mouth! there are several r
this is sort of like teppanyaki, with the flavor of a dipping sauce already mixed in. recipe adapted from one by jeff smith, the frugal gourmet. although the meat amount is small, the flavor is rich and filling- you will be quite suprised! there is more t
the muffins are so moist and yummy, and virtually fat free. due to the low fat content they only stay fresh for a day or two, the best way to keep them (if they last that long!) is in the freezer and defrost as neccessary. they are fantastic warm!
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