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they were giving out samples of this and the recipe at a grocery store and it was really good! you can eat them with buns or plain. we've since tried out the recipe at home and my husband really likes them as well. sounds a little funny but give them a
this is really good, the applesauce makes this cake really moist! my family prefers a sweet tasting cake, but you can reduce the white sugar amount slightly if desired. use sweetened or unsweetened applesauce.
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.
amounts are suggestions only. you can use lettuce or mixed greens instead of mache. use pink or ruby grapefruit. as amandainoz suggested, i am revising this recipe to include a dijon dressing. i like trader joe's dijon mustard with white wine.
i have been using this recipe for years...no idea where i got it...the credit belongs to someone other than me, though. these are at their best sliced warm over salad greens and served with ginger dressing (the kind you get at the "japanese" restaurant).
this is very good and easy too! feel free to use different nuts or dried fruit. adapted from vegetarian times magazine. posted for the world tour-new england, mid atlantic, mid west, canadian and also asian.
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