my husband and son really "pigged-out" on this chili the first time i made it. it had been simmering for hours and they just couldn't help themselves. it is flavorful but not hot. those who like heat can add their own (my husband always does). it is adapted from the america's test kitchen family cookbook.
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there is nothing better than homemade applesauce with apples from your own apple trees, and it is so easy to do! if you want chunky applesauce, use a potato masher to mash the cooked apples. if you prefer smooth apple sauce, run the cooked apples through
from a recipe book from australian good food. please note you more than likely would not use all the dressing in one sitting (depending on how much you like, so it is served on the side to let each person judge for themselves).
this is always a favorite, its very cheesy and easy to make. my mom made it for us on special occasions and i'm not sure where it came from. its very tasty, make sure you have a few people to share it with! enjoy!
this is a great way to use up soft bananas. this nutritious and energy giving cake doesn't break up easily,making it good for the childrens packed lunch boxes.the parkin keeps really well in a covered container for up to two months.
a simple, tasty solution i created accidentally one day, when i didn't have a clue what to do with some chicken. you may substitute the blue cheese dressing with many other favourite creamy dressings. renee's cucumber dill dressing also works well.
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