this recipe comes from the family of my best friend in college, amanda. the recipe was originally handed down written to make a gallon of the dressing so we were always too lazy to do anything but halve the recipe ended up making 2 quarts of the stuff at
this recipe came from a low-cal cook book. it surprisingly moist and flavorful! i have served it with a whipped cinnamon butter for those that aren't concerned with being healthy. i've also served it with light whipped cream as low-fat dessert. try it!
from "tapas", i sometimes serve these for brunch with a thick slice of ham and bread fresh from the oven. if you can't find manchego in your deli please feel free to use a good quality parmesan instead.
from the better homes and gardens red plaid cookbook. the best banana bread out there! i always add some cinnamon sugar on top before baking, which adds a subtle but delicious difference. makes a yummy, crispy top crust! try it... you won't be disappoi
i always thought my deviled eggs were good, until i tasted these at a hanukah party. the lady who brought them was kind enough to share her recipe. cook time is chill time for the finished deviled eggs.
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