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a great recipe for the times you need a quick dessert but don't feel like doing a lot of work! vary the recipe by adding your own ingredients to this 3 ingredient batter--such as nuts, chocolate chips, toffee pieces...and so on. yummy!
these are really easy to make and everyone loves them. they are great to keep in the freezer and just pop into the oven when guest show up unexpectedly, or when you have the munchies. i usually like to roast my own peppers, but have used roasted peppers f
in most sandwiches, tomatoes compliment the main ingredient, usually a meat. in the tomato sandwich, tomatoes are the meat of the sandwich. here is the basic tomato sandwich. from here, you can build your own "deluxe" version that suits your taste as well
this ham is our favorite holiday ham. my great great grandmother use to make this ham at her restaurant in norway. she would always make it for the holidays. very old recipe but very good. and really simple.
a light, tangy dressing for your summer salads! this recipe is from the bella san luci company, which specializes in sun-dried tomatoes. i have not made it myself, but i’m on a mission to find good homemade salad dressings, so this is definitely on the mu
have always loved raw broccoli and disliked it cooked. some time ago my digestive system screamed, "no more raw", so i came up with this recipe. now the scream is "more,more"! do not be dismayed by length of instructions...really very easy.
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