from a magazine-a little healther than the recipe i grew up with that had oil in it. you can add 1 cup chopped walnuts and or 3/4 cup raisins if you would like.
traditional? haven't a clue. delicious? yes. please serve this with my posted irish soda bread. pick up some lamb bones, too while you're at the butchers and make your own lamb broth for this stew. from our local natural foods' store flyer-i added and s
taken from out of this world cookbook ii. i have never tried this! i don't know if it's meant to be a main course on a buffet or for a large family, or just a meaty side dish -- so i'll categorize it as both.
another impressive appetizer from houston jr. league, stop and smell the rosemary. display on a raised cake stand for a beautiful presentation. calls for 8 sheets phyllo dough, but for some reason i mistakenly only used 4, and it turned out just fine, jus
a quickly fried wonton-based dessert. saved for me to make later, but if you try it, please let me know how you like it. i estimate about 4 bowties per person, but hey, you can eat the whole batch while hiding in the linen closet... i won't tell!
serve as a side, snack or appetizer. savory, smoky and slightly sweet - plus only 30 minutes start to finish! from my local newspaper which always publishes the greatest recipes! *chipotle peppers are dried, smoked jalapeño peppers. the ground chipotle
my favorite pulled pork recipe, adapted from a better homes and gardens recipe for the crockpot. i like to serve them on hard rolls or french rolls. it also is great for lunches the next day and freezes well. update 2013: i've learned to shred the meat
try these for breakfast! they are some of the best muffins i've made. healthy and delicious, with a tender yet firm texture. i hope you enjoy them as much as we do! the original recipe comes from a bed and breakfast cookbook, but i've changed it to fit ou
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