this is a nice combination of flavours. use plump dried prunes and remove the pips. it's a good idea to put dried fruits in bottles and fill up with sherry, port or brandy: they plump up beautifully, last forever, and taste great in dishes like these.
this is the recipe i have been using for years, and i am putting it here for safekeeping. i was making it this morning for thanksgiving and noticed that my copy is starting to get soiled. this is so good, you could almost eat it for dessert.
i think this recipe is good for satisfying a chocolate brownie/cake craving. it's cheaper than buying a baked good, and since it only makes one (or two) servings, it's economical as well (not having to make a large cake just to satisfy a one-day craving).
some days i need a little inspiration. i knew that i would be baking squash for our shabbat dinner tonight. and i knew it would have some delicious dried cranberries in it. i just wasn’t entirely sure what form it would all take. i looked around on the
the best cake in the world. filled with molten chocolate that will blow your mind once you take the first bite. the original cake was invented in ellington, ny during a town picnic in the 30's and it even caused a mini riot. it was released to apple-bees
we love the simplicity of this recipe. the seasonings highlight the flavor of the lamb and the roasting method is no-fuss, tried and true. feel free to use a combination of seasonings that pleases your family. this is based on a recipe from a book ent
this recipe comes from dorothy huang, who is a local chef and cookbook author. i think it makes a wonderful barbecued pork that tastes like the best chinese restaurant's! you can slice the pork into 2 inch by 1/8 inch pieces and serve hot, or cold as part
this bisquick coffee cake recipe is one of my favorites. it used to be on the back of the bisquick box, but they replaced it a few years ago. i'm posting it here not only to share it, but as a backup in case i lose my recipe card :)
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