this dish is very eye appealing as well as tasty.
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this recipe came from the back of a nestle cocoa can. i've been making these for years, and they're always a hit. the batter is pretty thick, which makes them very fudgy. the original recipe included frosting, but i think it makes them too rich. if you ha
this is tasty and it's quick and easy to prepare. i had planned to thaw some of my lasagna for supper but couldn't get enthused about the idea. it's really good lasagna, one of my best, but not that night. i wanted something "different"! this is what i ca
i was inspired to make this by a recipe i saw on the daily pork website. i love boursin and bacon and couldn't quit envisioning how tasty it would be in the crust from my favorite quiche recipe. cook time does not include chilling time for dough.
small marinated sandwiches. i first had this at a friend's house where she had a luncheon for a few friends. it was so good, we all had to have the recipe. it's not exactly low calorie, but so worth it for special occasions.
a hearty winter tradition that is wonderful after winter activities. if desired, add some diced cottage roll from baton twirling's slow cooker cottage roll to finished soup. from joycesfinecooking.com.
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