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a fellow church members brought these delightfully different cookies last sunday for coffee hour after service. she advised it came from the feb 1997 issue of gourmet magazine. they are pretty on a plate and delicious on yur taste buds! a very nice cha
these can also be baked at 400f until golden, instead of dealing with all the mess from frying. i found this recipe on another site. i have not tried it out yet, but i look forward to trying it when i get the time! cooking time includes chill time.
a different way to serve carrots. i love carrots and caraway, this recipe just called my name. it said, hello, you will like me, try me....it was correct. i hope you will enjoy, the caraway lends a sweet, nutty flavor to the beautiful carrot.
a nice tex mex casserole dish inspired by a southern living recipe. this dish has something for everyone, plenty of vegetables, a little spice for those who enjoy mexican food, and chicken mixed in with crunchy corn tortilla strips.
i was served this by a friend years ago,unfortunatly i dont know where the recipe came from,and have lost contact with them so cant find out. i use skinless chicken but you could leave it on if you wish. also you can use mushroom soup instead of chicken
this recipe was from cooking light magazine, which stated it originally came from the cookbook "french women don't get fat". my wife and i cooked this up for the first time the other night and absolutely loved it! a great pepper flavor, and the chicken
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