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these are wonderful and oh so chocolaty! the toffee adds a really nice flavor to the cookies, too. these are big cookies--probably 4" diameter. so, you can make them smaller if you prefer. prep time doesn't include time to chill dough.
sloppy joes with a twist! served it with white rice and steamed veggies. an adaptation of a r. reisman recipe. if the sauce is not thick enough, add a bit of flour or cornstarch and it will do the trick!
eggplant and parmesan? who couldn't love those combinations. i saw this and had to make it and then share with everyone here. i found the recipe on italian food forever. *cooking times are approximate*
great recipe from southern living christmas at home magazine. this recipe uses a white cake mix, make the cake according to the box instructions, but add mashed bananas and ginger to the mix...the computer gave me a hard time with the whole cake mix thin
these go over well as an appetizer or part of a meal. they are a cousin to a burrito. sometimes i use spring roll wrappers this make them much lighter and i prefer it.. i usually bake them instead of frying them
if you are like me and love a hearty breakfast of fluffy buttermilk biscuits and a side of scrambled eggs all smothered with sausage gravy, then this recipe is for you. i was looking for a breakfast casserole recipe to make as a treat for the staff at wo
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