i found this yummy sounding recipe on the new york times website. i haven't tried it yet, but i adore pistachios, and can't wait!
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another chopped salad recipe from a 1999 bh&g i found online. it's very good, kind of sweet and tart. i served it along with kalbi, and it was a perfect foil for the rich grilled beef. leftovers kept well chilled for a couple of days, although the colors
a family favorite for years and years: it's just not christmas/new years/easter without aunt sue's cheese ball. she borrowed the recipe from a co-worker at the telephone company years ago and has adopted it as her own. easy. quick. delish. if you w
i first tasted these sinful cookies at my bridal shower, and my mother-in-law had to trade a secret family recipe to get this one. these have been a hit every time i've made them. the dough will be rather dense, so i suggest using a large stand mixer or
this is an adopted recipe and i will submit any revisions should they be needed once i make this. make a large batch of roux and keep it refrigerated or frozen. refrigerated or frozen roux will keep well for up to two months and can be added in its coole
forget the microwave for a moment and go back in time to enjoy a very moist, very creamy baked potato. this recipe is foolproof. (you will need heavy duty aluminum foil for this recipe). make extra for recipe #287747 for tomorrow's breakfast! :)
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