refrigerator pickles for some of the zucchini bounty i am anticipating from second planting of zukes. note - this is a refrigerator pickle recipe - not intended for canning & storing in the pantry. adapted from judy rodgers' "the zuni café cookbook" nabbed from the la times food & drink weekly.
a fabulous, romantic dish for two - and it's quick and easy! i adapted the recipe from a junior league of lafayette, la recipe; they say that it is the creation of sous chef bryan richard of chez marcelle. the original recipe calls for an entire stick of
something different - banana yeast bread with a hint of cinnamon and toasted chopped walnuts. bake time is per bread machine. really easy in your bread machine or you can make it the conventional way. fabulous!
when i wasn't looking, the butcher wrapped up a lump of meat that looked like a lawnmover had run over it. lacking the language skills to try to complain or exchange it, i did this with it and my husband couldn't rave enough over how good it was!
don’t let your slumber party slumber through breakfast. wake up those sleepy palates with a breakfast fondue. easy and nourishing, the simple fruit sauce can be whipped up in minutes, and you will be wowed by how much kids will eat of this delicious and n
cornmeal makes a nice hot breakfast when cooked in milk and flavored with dried cranberries and almonds. i let everyone drizzle there own honey as we all like different amounts of sweetness. do need to be careful not to scaled your milk or over toast your
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