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my niece shwana loves this! she always writes my name "ant" kelly when we play rummy or scrabble - started when she was little and stuck. i always make this when we go tubing in wisconsin. prep time includes does not include time to marinate.
sweet and crunchy - and looks great on the plate, too! a sweet ending to a moroccan meal! you can use butter in place of the oils, but watch carefully to prevent burning. it will also alter the taste considerably.
this is a popular recipe used by many german families to make homemade sparkling apple cider. it's lighter than pure apple juice and it has fewer calories, so it's particularly popular in the summertime. you can use apple juice or apple cider, and it's
a delicious way to celebrate the new asparagus in spring, or broccoli in fall! decadent, smooth, and satisfying - this soup freezes then reheats in the microwave *beautifully* - my favorite "brown-bag lunch" addition.
even if you've never canned before, the ease and simplicity of using this sauce will encourage you to preserve its flavor with a boiling-water bath! grab a jar off the shelf and dinner is ready in minutes! from southern living magazine. this would make a
got this from fatfree.com. pretty healthy. note: i added brown sugar (to taste) because i think they're pretty salty even if i use low sodium soy sauce. i also add a pinch of garlic powder. i baked 350 around 40min instead of broiling.
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