this has been a long time family favorite!
ok, it might seem wierd to combine beef, squash, and dried peaches, but this is really good. if you didn't have dried peaches, i'm sure you could substitute any dried fruit (apricots would be good). from a better homes and garden's cookbook called 'mexic
the "official drink of aspen," the aspen sugar daddy! with amarula. taken on http://african-tradition.com in 2004, the sugar daddy clobbered such concoctions as the aspendisiac and the aspen mixtreme to take the championship belt at the second annual a
need a dessert to impress? this is the one! while somewhat labor-intensive, it's worth the work. your guests will gush over the presentation and perfect flavor combination. a pastry bag and large rosette tip are optional for the whipped cream topp
i serve these wonderful tea scones with homemade strawberry jam and devonshire clotted cream and they are the highlight of the afternoon tea i serve my guests. incredibly easy to make and fast to disappear. i hope you'll try them and if you don't have clo
this recipe is from my aunt and it is truly the best pancake/waffle batter that i've had. if using salted butter, cut the salt. for other variations, add grated apple with cinnamon, a mashed banana, blueberries, pecans or walnuts, chocolate chips, pumpk
tart lemon curd tops individual bread puddings laced with berries. fresh blueberries also work well in this recipe. prepare the lemon curd while the puddings bake. time includes minimum 30 minutes for chilling and 30 minutes for baking. from cooking lig
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