originally this recipe came from the williams-sonoma kitchen but i can never leave anything alone. i've put my signature on this wonderful meatloaf and now it's ready for company or even your mil (jk). serve with recipe #336506, recipe #339838, and for de
when i was a kid, my mom would make open faced tuna salad, tomato with a slice of american cheese broiled on an english muffin. since i didn't like tuna salad or tomatoes, she always made me an egg salad & cheese. my adult taste buds have evolved, and i m
a complete breakfast in one easy, hearty casserole. give them their eggs, sausage, hash browns and toast anytime of the day. have fun with my own recipe by making your own substitutions. try adding ham instead of sausage or swiss instead of cheddar.
from baking with julia, my favorite baking book. do not make substitutions, or shortcuts in this recipe. i can not and will not guarantee the results if you do. but if you elect to take on this, the queen of bread, you will be rewarded with an incredible
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