the fennel makes all the difference!
this is an awesome reuben that uses a unique cole slaw rather than saurkraut. this is a wonderful taste sensation for reuben lovers. we think you will be as amazed as we were. we tagged recipe #260415 in the 'make it healthier' game and did just that. we
we use this spread on bagels, toast, tortilla roll ups and for sandwiches. since applesauces / apple butter and peanut butter vary by brands you'll have to adjust for the differences regionally. this recipe is presented as a spread, though you can adjust
when my kids were young, we had lunch once a week with my grandmother, mom sisters and aunts. this is one of my favorite "gramma day" recipes. note:this can be made in one large skillet and baked in one large casserole. the cooking times will be a little
for years i never ate oatmeal due to the "mushy" texture. after seeing a baked oatmeal prepared on foodnetwork, it inspired me to come up with a few baked oatmeal recipes inspired by some popular baked goods. this oatmeal has a much more firm texture. che
i found this recipe on the internet and have since made it several times. as it is very basic, add spices of your choice to increase the flavor. i am unsure of the size of the package of mccormick brown gravy mix so i guessed.
combination of two recipes from "cookery the australian way". makes a big lasagne or 2 small ones. recipe freezes well for --1 month when cooked; can be stored longer if final lasagne layer and cheese sauce are not added. this can be easily translated
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