adopted recipe.the original recipe calls for baking in the oven, but you could also make this in a slow cooker on low if you don't want to tie up your oven for that long. this is a very easy stew to make. there isn't much prep to it, just some rough chopp
these are traditional swiss biscuits, made with moulds similar to shortbread moulds. they are hard, and great to nibble on and dunk in coffee. i also make an almond variation for those who don't care for anise, i will post separately. it makes quite a
award winning recipe from taste of home from ivy eresmas. states that this tangy tuna salad gets fun flavor from sweet pickle relish and lots of crunch from apples, celery and walnuts. this recipe is great for non-tuna lovers because the sweetness takes
this recipe is an adoptee from the recipezaar account, and i haven't tried it yet. i will repost here when i have tried the recipe. i won't change the recipe itself, though! recipe by :michael chiarello
i got this recipe from a newspaper article many years ago from a woman who used to be a cook in a restaurant - she said "this was our best-selling soup. one taste and your family will agree it's a winner! --- mary detweiler, west farmington, ohio
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