i don't know where i got this recipe, but it has been a quick and tasty dinner dish for years.
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when trying a new recipe, making up a whole batch of muffins & then not really caring for the flavor or texture or both is pretty annoying. here's a little quickie i picked up that only makes 4 muffins; healthy ones to boot. almost like a try before you
i love cucumbers! and i love avocados! and i love salad dressings. a perfect cool combination that requires very little work. great for dipping pita, cucumbers, spread on flatbread instead of mayo for something different. i love the use of green onions he
this was given to me from a friend at school, and they were a big hit! try really hard not to open the oven a bunch of times or the cookies will be very flat. these go very nicely with a cup of ice cold chocolate milk! :)
i just got this in my email box, it's from my cousin in texas. i can't use it with all the sugar but it certainly sounds like it will make you go mmmmmmmmmmmmm. i couldn't just delete it so i'm passing it along the all the great zaar folks. it can't take
this is a wonderful side dish for an asian style entree. bok choy has a wonderful, crisp texture that is reminiscent of celery. you can easily add shrimp or chicken to make a main dish, but i recommend doubling the sauce if you do so. simple and yummy:)
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