this is a quick winner at my house even for my husband who doesn't like veggies! it is a great not too heavy pasta dish that pleases every time.
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our family was first introduced to the concept of "rare" ahi tuna when my sister-inlaw opened an inland nj seafood restaurant. frequently, she tested new recipes on us as well as her family & friends. the first time i tasted it, i was surprised to find ou
this cheese and sausage quiche is slightly sweet from the chopped apple. prebaking the pastry, without the filling, ensures a crisp crust. i found this recipe in a southern living cookbook. we enjoyed it!
this is a rather unusually-flavored, but very good, cake. i think it would work well for bridal or baby showers--a good change from plain yellow or chocolate cake. the batter in this may seem runny, but that's how it's supposed to be before you put it in
these are the pancakes that i grew up with. my dad would make them on cold sunday mornings when we wanted an excuse not to go anywhere. these pancakes are light and fluffy and very flavorful. i make them with skim milk, splenda, and oil instead of butter
affectionately coined "debbie's casserole" in our household. named after a family friend from church named debbie n. this was a staple in our house and didn't last very long. my father in particular loved this recipe.
nothing like going out on a limb with that title, right? :-) made in the slow-cooker or a bean pot in the oven or in a pot on the stove-top, any way you prepare it---it comes out d-e-l-i-c-i-o-u-s! (not that i'm biased!)
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