another wonderful fall recipe, although i have made it year around whenever the chocolate/nut craving strikes! it is rather like a pecan pie pushed to an even higher level. originally published about one year ago in bon appetit, i modified the recipe to use my favorite nuts. any combination will work well - just use your immagination!
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i got this recipe from a cookie magazine. they are quick and easy and have been a hit every time. i have made them with almond butter to replace the peanut butter and they were just as good. the dough is a bit crumbly but they seem turn out. they don't se
finally! i found out how to make a wonderful bleu cheese dressing at home. i've tried so many, with all kinds of ingredients, but none of them came out wonderful until this one! and it's so simple, anyone can make it and feel like a real gor-may type chef
in the sixties i was a camp fire girl and this is a recipe we learned to make and cook over a campfire. we made ours with a pork chop, potatoes, carrots and onion. i've tried to revise it so you can use any of your families favorite vegetables and meat
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