i found this recipe in the paper and am posting it here to try when my zucchini start popping up, and up and up and up...lol
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i had this dip at my dad's house during christmas. it was really delicious, and normally i don't even like mayo based dips! we ate it with crackers, bread, and tortilla chips. this is made in the microwave, but if you like all the crusty stuff on top,
as a chinese-food-aholic, i'm constantly in search of low carb alternatives. i've tried cauliflower fried rice, and just could not get around the texture, so rather than trying to fill a void with poor alternatives, i decided to make something just as go
this vinaigrette is sweet, tart, bacony and oniony and it's what makes people keep asking me to bring salad. and who doesn't like some real bacon in their salad? i never really measure the amounts but it always tastes fantastic!
this is an easy and time saving recipe. if you don't have a pressure cooker, this adapts well to the stove top or the crock pot. i have let this simmer all day in a crock pot and the results are great. make this as mild or spicy to suit your own tastes
little known outside of massachusetts, this recipe is a by-product of that state's long tradition of saturday night baked bean suppers. during the days afterward, leftover beans are spread on buttered brown bread, and covered with cold cuts, and sliced ch
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