this sauce was like heaven had come to my lips. i used it on a freshly peppered steak which was an experience. this is now my favourite sauce. it is more of a gourmet sauce and is not sickly so you can serve large quantity's on a single piece of meat.
this recipe is actually similar to twice baked potatoes, except the second part is cooked in the microwave. we always refer to them as "diet" potatoes as a joke, since they are really loaded potatoes.
this isn't a true cobbler, but it is a similar recipe. using cereal makes it a little faster to prepare - be creative and try whatever kind of cereal you have! any kind of flake and/or nut cereal will work, think nut n honey, or oat clusters. i'm not a ra
another vintage recipe that my mother in law gave to me. the parkers were pioneers in arizona and a lot of these are family hand me down's. cousin gina's note at the bottom of the dog eared and stained card is this: (nb - add dry ingredients and banana al
this recipe was taught to me by my bavarian mutti. i have, since, tried to measure and journal how to make this wonderful stew. this stew is made with beef chuck, a combination of hot and mild paprika with a touch of caraway seeds. served over spaetz
when i first learned to cook... (more than 60 years ago!) my mother wrote out a recipe for brownies on the back inside cover of her cookbook "all about home baking" copyright 1933. on the inside cover, she wrote, "to barbara with loving memories, mother.
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