i don't know where i got this recipe, but it makes the best loaf of white bread that i have tried so far. it makes a nice light white bread, good for everything from sandwiches to toast to whatever you like to use white bread for. the prep time is the ent
this is a great recipe for even a beginning chef. easy to put together and delicious! recipe courtesy of the america's test kitchen family baking book. if you don't want congo bars, leave out the coconut and you'll have blondies.
i found the original recipe on the ivillage site when searching for savory cookies. i made a batch for some friends and they were really good, so i adapted it slightly to our taste and here it is. i think these would make a great accompaniment to chili or
not sure where she got this but my aunt joanie, who is on ww, makes this for a mid-morning snack and says it's filling. it's 2.5 points per 8 oz serving; recipe will make 2 servings. you can use any type of frozen fruit but she likes to use blueberries,
i started making this recipe when i was in junior high after i found it in a "bed and breakfast" cookbook. i've added my own touches throughout the years, and it always disappears at parties, even if i make a double batch!
this is a tasty main course. served best with mashed potatoes. if you need to save time, you may also follow the instructions below but fry the chicken rather than boil. cook chicken for about 25 minutes on medium following all other instruction.
i've enjoyed bruschetta in the past, but it always seemed to be lacking some zip so i started experimenting. now, i have a bunch of people asking me to can it and give them some! hope you enjoy as much as the rest of them!
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