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the recipe for this buttery, flaky, tender confection has been around for years and years but, like all fine classics, its beauty never fades. it's incredibly easy to make, yet tastes and looks as though a professionally trained pastry chef might have lab
this might have been in toh, but my neighbor made this recently for pitch-in party. it was so pleasing to the eye and colorful, that we all enjoyed it even before eating. the dressing was just perfect, used sparingly, and everyone copied her recipe.
here's an old stand by for a nice bear dinner. i found this in my hand written recipe saves but i've also found something like it on the net so i'm not the only one who uses it. if ya like bear...give it a try.
my mom found this "contest winning recipe" in the local newspaper in the '70's and i've enjoyed this recipe since. it's very comforting and kid-friendly the way the fried onions blend with the creamy filling. it's something i make for the flavor and not
yummy muffins that taste like carrot cake and are filled with pineapple and coconut. the glaze is tangy and goes great with these muffins! recipe given by a friend. next time i make them, i will try cutting down the sugar and using applesauce instead o
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