taken from an 8 page pullout on chocolate, found in a ladies magazine
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i found this recipe in a 2000 in style magazine. we make this a lot at my house in the hot weather. the only cooking you have to do is boiling water. you will need a food proccesor or a blender for this one. delicious and healthy!
growing up, my great grandma would make this every weekend while i was there...now that she has passed, i still make it often and remember the good times we have shared...the ingrediants in this recipe are simple...and somewhat weird, but overall the tast
i've had this recipe for years i'm posting it to get values (calories, fat, etc.). the cooking time is the chilling time. the original recipe didn't call for low fat or non-fat cream cheese and sour cream. these changes reduce the fat by about half and i
no waiting for rise with this recipe! this is the biscuit recipe she used for the country fried steak & gravy, which i posted separately. she, also, preferred to use lard instead of crisco! great tip in step 4 provided by unknown reviewer. (note granny
this libyan dish has been posted in response to a round the world game. looks tasty and a candidate for the crockpot as well. this could readily be made vegetarian by substituting dried bean curd or tempeh for the meat.
so quick and easy to make. a hit with everyone and makes great leftovers. i found this online somewhere years ago. i wanted something that didn't have to sit over night and i don't like the soggy bread in most casseroles. once i found this, i never look
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