the smell of all the spices brings back childhood memories. in sweden there are lots of recipes for this cake. i have translated this one from swedish and then baked it using the english measurements to be sure everything was ok. a piece of this cake with a cup of tea.......heavenly!
this is the best sauce ever, for just about anything. it has a bit of a spicy kick, but the amount of tabasco can be toned down. the sauce is also known as "remoulade," in some circles. it's very versatile-- good for dipping, as well as a spread for sandw
i'm so proud of these cute little creations because i made up the recipe myself. you can prepare the ingredients ahead of time but should assemble up to a couple of hours before serving to prevent the lettuce from getting wilted. as i made up the spread
as soon as i saw this title, i just knew it was something i'd have to make. and......it's everything i though it would be. moist and flavourful, with a wonderful 'crumb' topping. i found it on "a pinch of sugar" recipe blog. the writer - jen t - men
this is from the "fix-it and forget-it cookbook" for slow-cookers. i love this, and do my husband and son. make sure to add the vinegar at the end, it makes a big, delicious difference! we like ours with fresh cornbread.
this recipe has been passed down from my grandmother to my mom and now to me. it is one of our family's favorites at christmas time. we like to serve it warm out of the oven with butter spread on top.
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