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this is a paula deen recipe (although i've heard it was originally a pillsbury bake-off winner years ago) that is absolutely simple and delicious! it's easy to make variations, too, if you're not that into almond.... substitute the almond extract for vani
this is a good way to use up herbs in the garden -- both tarragon and chives grow like weeds in my garden -- along with parsley, so this is a delicious way to use them which we enjoyed. and only one point/serving. with the leftover salad (if there is any)
i have never eaten applebees quesadilla burgers but i can say that these burgers are awesome! you can adapt this to make as many burgers as you need. i used a little over a pound of hamburger for 4 burgers and had left over seasoning.
a speciality of the northwestern region on india, where wheat is a staple, this sweet dish is served as a dessert or a delicious breakfast treat. if apricots are not available, it can be made with any type of chopped, dried fruit. the leftovers can be ser
low heat on a charcoal fire is perfect for grilling these bundles. over low heat, fat renders out of the prosciutto, causing it to shrink and tightly grip the asparagus bundles. i often lay 1/2 of the charcoal on one side of the grill for a hot fire and t
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