moist and delicious. a new twist on zucchini bread. recipe found on the internet.
don't like too sweet pecan pie? you'll like this one then, it's mostly nuts with just enough filling to hold them together. nice change of pace and very decadent. i saw a pecan pie at a local creole restaurant, in a suburb of washington dc, that gave me
i used my daughter's recipe with some modifications. for those who don't really fancy the taste of fish, this recipe will cure you of that. it is light and no overpowering fishy taste. serve with rice and a vegetable of your choice (we like it with steame
from a friend who recently traveled to switzerland and returned with this recipe. she says this recipe is more authentic (i.e., bavarian) and less "mall food court" than other recipes (all are good, but it's a matter of preference). i don't know whether t
this recipes is directly from #56 nick barnett of the green bay packers football team. he was on the cooking segment of the local morning news making this really great drink. nick barnett owns a club in green bay called five six, so he knows his drinks.
this inexpensive family favorite was adapted from a chicken and cheese enchilada recipe from campbell's soup. easy to assemble, made from ingredients i usually keep on hand and very easy on the budget. can be made as spicy as you like.
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