this is simple to throw together, light and tangy. i often vary the ingredients, using honey or orange juice instead of sugar, adding wasabi powder -- whatever i'm in the mood for. the joy of cooking is being creative! if you wish to substitute the
this is awesome and foolproof! great for sandwiches or toast. even my 9-year-old (who doesn't often make requests) can't get enough of it! ok to substitute sour cream or cottage cheese for the plain yougurt, although it might up the calorie count.
top as a garnish with fineiy chopped onions. i found this recipe in everyday with rachael ray magazine. i have not tried this recipe, but i'm posting it for safe keeping. i plan to use splenda brown sugar.
garnish these delicious banana crepes with the brown sugar rum sauce and a few pecans, berries, or more slices of banana and some cinnamon sugar. the prep time is really chill time. from: southern u.s. cuisine
our family loves roasted chicken, but its frequently difficult to get a "sell" on the legs and wings, as there is too much bone in there to make it the "easy eating" that breast meat represents. the solution came in learning to bone out the bird; the bon
this is came together when i was making blackberry jam. a total experiment that worked. i make my own jelly for this recipe. i used to use jam but i didnt like the seeds in my teeth! if you use jelly people wont know the secret ingredient. you may add a
don't wait for the next blue moon when you can have this. and you will have this more then once in a blue moon! making the drink this way makes it more enjoyable for the guys so they don't have to drink a pink drink!
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