i wrote this recipe down once while visiting a girl friend(she just had it on an index card) i hadn't even tried it and boy was i not sorry...this is the best! i get rave reviews whenever i make this. my sister in law has actually brought me all the ingre
from the uk website www.sharphampark.com converted to imperial measures and slightly modified. adjust the yield below to match your bread machine capacity. personally, i make a 1 lb loaf in a black & decker bread machine designed for a 1-1/2 lb loaf. for
this is a donna hay recipe. the combination of flavors and textures is wonderful. the sauce is really versatile, and could be easily be used for other veggies. it is quick and easy to make, and makes a great vegetarian meal served over brown rice.
childhood memories of my mom in the kitchen come to mind with this recipe. this is a creamy comfort food it makes me feel like a little girl again. this works great in your nuwave/flavorwave oven. i looked at my mom's rice pudding recipes and i made a tw
nutty tasting barley and sweet celery root turn this soup into comfort food! to speed up cooking time, replace the pearl barley with quick-cooking barley, add it with the carrots and celery root and simmer the soup for about 20 minutes total. adapted from
i remember my dad making this for fried fresh atlantic shrimp that we all went and caught ourselves! wonderful for all types of tempura cooking. remember to add beer a little at a time (it won't take a whole beer!) and you must chill to let set. do not
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