just like the name says "anything goes"! this is a "kid friendly" recipe. they can add what they like, whether it be fresh blueberries, raspberries, raisins or chocolate chips. the possibilities are endless!!
posting this for zwt ii - asia. this sounds really weird, but it's actually quite good. you'll see avocado ice cream in asian supermarkets that carry foods and ingredients from the philippines, and this is close to that. give it a try, you might be sur
this is sort of like teppanyaki, with the flavor of a dipping sauce already mixed in. recipe adapted from one by jeff smith, the frugal gourmet. although the meat amount is small, the flavor is rich and filling- you will be quite suprised! there is more t
i got this out of a magazine called "clean eating" this is low in fat and sugar. both dh and i found it to be outstanding. it may say fry but there is nothing fatty about it. it would also be great on the weight watchers program.
here is a sauce that is going to curl your toes up into heaven. you decide how to use it. hot on ice cream, on hot apple pie, or even plain cheese cake. i used a dark rum, but maybe captain morgan's spiced rum could work also and kick it up a notch.
this comes from "the elephant walk cookbook," published by my all-time favorite restaurant, the elephant walk. if you're ever anywhere near boston, make a point of finding your way to porter square in the cambridge/somerville area -- you'll find the rest
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