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ready, set, cook! reynolds wrap contest entry. this special little cookie is packed with flavor. it really has all my favorite flavors, almonds, lemon and dark chocolate. the special bonus with this cookie is that it caramelizes on the bottom when it ba
the fall always reminds me of a few things the changing of the leaves, cool crisp air, halloween and of course warm apple cider doughnuts. these are very yummy and are best served warm. be sure to make plenty because these don't last very long.
i've made these great one-bite apricot pecan "pies" for my christmas gift trays for a couple of years and always get rave reviews. i love the dried apricots, but you could substitute almost any dried fruit you like. i got this recipe from a christmas co
a savory pork roast that fills the entire home with an appetizing aroma. this dish is perfect for holidays, special dinners, and is so simple to make it can be served on any day for any occasion! the roast is not only pleasing to the taste, but it's appea
meet the cook: needing a quick appetizer one night when dinner was running late, i combined a few leftovers into this easy cheese ball. for variety, you can shape it into a log, or substitute favorite herbs for the pepper.
this tangy dish nicely combines sweet and sour flavors. this is a great recipe for the single, busy person: it can even be made in a counter-top oven! i usually serve this with rice, or i pull the meat off the bone and serve it on a salad.
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