i'm not sure where i got this recipe, but i've refined it over several years and now have a cheese ball that friends and relatives beg me to make for parties and gatherings. the "award-winning" part of the title is from my works annual christmas party
fantastic dip for any get together. great way to sneak veggies into the picky ones! adjust the veggies to use what you like, what you have or just what you think would be good. the meat here is very optional. make this veggie friendly by omitting it all t
first made on september 17th, 2005. the family loved them! they were quick and easy and also light and fluffy. will definitely make these again! these squares combine the taste of pancakes with the texture of pound cake. serve with maple syrup, honey or
another of my mom's great recipe box recipes. this one is fading in my own treasury, so required recopying and i thoguht, "why not into zaar!" the nicest thing is i can pull up my recipes at work and print them out for co-workers.
when i lived in kansas city, mo i worked in a barbecue restaurant and this rub looked about like what we used there. that rub was out of this world. update 4/21/05: denise! asked what restaurant it was i worked at. i believe it was called mr. g's and it
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