very nice lunch or brunch quiche. i like to add 2 chopped jalapeno peppers.
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when i posted an earlier recipe for a hot anchovy dip, my intro said that most people have either love or hate relationships w/anchovies. that's still true, but this so easy-to-fix recipe from the *finger food* cookbook of the australian women's weekly co
baked chicken in a flavorful sauce. reduced fat. fresh herbs. easy to make. what’s not to like? after a short prep time you leave it in the oven until you’re ready so its easy to deal with an erratic family schedule or tardy guests. enjoy!
i recently made a duck recipe with a divine glaze, and was inspired to create this recipe. beets are an under-appreciated vegetable. roasting enhances their natural sweetness. this would be a nice accompaniment to roast chicken or pork.
date bars are so good! this recipe is from an old cookbook of my mom's,(mccall's or betty crocker) and is a fond memory of my childhood. the index card i'm copying it from is one of the most stained in my collection. so trust me! you'll love these!
this is a recipe i tore out of a magazine. i made it this week, and it was so delicious! it disappeared very quickly, and i have been asked to make another. my kids loved it and took slices in their lunch boxes. even my eldest, who is kinda fussy and neve
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