this was on a can of bush's black beans, and it sounds yummy and easy.
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you know, growing up, i had all sorts of funny combos of food i liked. this one seems to be the one i am still eating when i want a snack and nothing else in the house sounds good. i love it with chicken noodle soup.
a heavenly sounding dessert, even for someone like me who doesn't really care for cheesecake. i haven't tried this one yet but have been asked to make it soon. i've included all the time for cooling in the
a change of pace for you chili lovers. this is something i've developed over the years as a way to use up hoisin sauce. can be made in crock pot...just throw everything in and cook on low for 6 hours. this makes very thick chili, if you like it thinner,
i can think of no better contribution a cucumber can make than becoming a pickle! this recipe is another handwritten family cookbook classic from my step-grandmother and great aunt, agnes (oh, these convoluted southern families ;). it is important to make
made this for a family gathering. it is delicious! the combination of chocolate and banana is great! it also makes a nice cake since it is two colors when you slice it! i also added half a banana for decoration on the cake. can't wait to bake it again
rudy loves these eggs basted hard. they are a cross between poached and fried. you can cook them to your preference; i like basted soft myself, served with toast. you need a fry pan with a lid, glass is best, so you can watch for doneness.
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