no, this is not a sandwich from the movie of the same title :). this is from _best scandinavian cooking_ by shirley sarvis and barbara scott o'neill, and it just sounds too yummy to pass up. i am posting my interpretation of the recipe; ie with the changes i am likely to make to "health" it up a bit.
did you ever just start cooking without really having a clue where you were going to end up? my kids have gotten used to it by now. "mom, what's for dinner?" "i don't know, it's not done yet. let's wait and see what it turns out to be, okay?" sometimes i
this recipe comes from a little old german woman who i met at the pool. dd#3 is the lifeguard and introduced me gisella who is from germany and her husband from holland. this is his favorite dessert. i asked her why she doesnt make it the traditional ger
baked chicken in a flavorful sauce. reduced fat. fresh herbs. easy to make. what’s not to like? after a short prep time you leave it in the oven until you’re ready so its easy to deal with an erratic family schedule or tardy guests. enjoy!
give chicken the italian treatment with this fast and simple crock-pot recipe that includes tomatoes, garlic, green peppers, olives and garbanzo beans. the mouth-watering aroma and delicious flavors are sure to keep your family and friends at the dinner
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