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this recipe comes from the pillsbury fall baking booklet that i found in the checkout aisle of the grocery store. "use a multipurpose apple, such as braeburn or gala, or a cooking apple such as mcintosh, for this recipe. hint: look for the cinnamon chi
a friend of mine made this for us once and i've never had it served anywhere else. it's easy and yummy and it's good as a crockpot warmer dish as well. you can use your favorite baked beans in it and season the ground beef the way you like also.
the muffins are so moist and yummy, and virtually fat free. due to the low fat content they only stay fresh for a day or two, the best way to keep them (if they last that long!) is in the freezer and defrost as neccessary. they are fantastic warm!
yet another recipe from the local paper that i want to try ... some day. i did try this recently and we all really liked it. next time i think i'll place a small amount of blue cheese on top of the chicken when it comes out of the oven and is served. t
this is pure southern soul food. its been made for generations in my family since the early 1900's. every area of the south has a version of red rice but i saw that zaar did not have a recipe quite like this one. i cannot get enough of this southern deli
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