i used to call these hanky pankies (why is beyond me!). after i made them at my super bowl party the first time the bears won many years ago, it's been a tradition every super bowl since. (7/5/07...note: these are supposed to be served hot and kept warm
i first got this recipe from a "food day" that we had in junior high spanish class. someone brought this dish, and the mushrooms disappeared. no one could believe they had anchovies - a food that has such negative connotations!
this is from another web site but is so awesome tasting that you will want to try it for sure!!! and its sooooo simple!! if the glaze is prepared ahead of time it will thicken, just reheat it in the micro until it melts and then use it. update:::made th
my daughters and i had dinner at a hu hot restaurant awhile back. they have a wonderful asian sesame dressing. i also bought an asian toasted sesame dressing by kraft that is really good. i'm going to post two recipes i found on the internet to try. i
so easy to make and so tasty - recipe by mrs. dash®, tweaking by bergy. the color contrast between the avocado & the tomato is lovely. do not mash the avocado to far in advance of serving they will discolor. the lime juice help prevent discoloring but als
we had a couple of home grown tomatoes, and what is better than blt's on a hot summer night? i didn't want same old sandwich, so i came up with this one. we love roasted garlic. you can use more or less or not at all, to your taste.
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