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this recipe came from my great-aunt tina. it is very, very old. honestly if i see this recipe it would never cross my mind to try it, but…i had them when i was a child and they are fabulous!! times have change and i know we are not suppose to eat raw eggs
update: my recipe was just published in the taste of home holidays & celebrations 2011 cookbook. tangy & creamy, this artichoke dip boasts the colorful addition of sun-dried tomatoes. serve with plain or multi-grain baked tortilla chips. developed for
found in a tyson chicken recipe book and changed it somewhat to suit our tastes. tip: you can sprinkle chicken with sliced green onions and serve with sliced cucumber, if desired. add sliced green onion tops to the yogurt and red bell pepper sauce or
got this from a magazine about 4 years ago but don't know which one. beef hot pot can be made up to 2 days ahead, covered and kept in refridgerator. to finish cooking, reheat hot pot base until simmering, place herb dumplings on top and cook as directed
when fall rolls around, i find i have a craving for my mom's stewed apples. she never followed a recipe, but would somehow always manage to whip up the most flavorful apples you ever tasted! in an effort to recreate my mom's stewed apples, i came up wit
my family has a real love affair going with this one. so far, the loaf has not survived to see room temperature--we scarf the whole thing while it's still warm. it would be great for toast or sandwiches....but so far it hasn't made it long enough to see
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