easier than you might think with heavenly results. you can halve this recipe and make an elegant dessert by baking in a wilton 7 1/2
this is recipe given to me by a girlfriend which she got off a cooking show (she can't remember which one) but she o'kay it is not gourmet but it does taste pretty good and it is quick. served with a salad and a healthy meal. no brand of 2 minute noodle
this is an adopted recipe that i have not yet tried. the original chef comments: "i grew up on this wonderful cold soup, and when my grandmother passed away, the recipe went with her, until i got anthony bourdain's wonderful cookbook, "anthony bourdain'
found in an online search for "honigkuchen marlenka" and posted b/c it sounds like it would be very good and something very different to make for tea or dessert. might have to leave the walnuts off since the kids don't care for them. heck no! they can
one of my favorites. a friend of mine showed me this and they taste just like the ones you can buy off the vendors at the trade shows. this are really quick with no mess (something i don't mind at all). great snack for watching those sporting events lik
this recipe was given to me by katie b. and has become a requested family and friend favorite for gatherings. this is not the light version, so be prepared with a glass of milk and to do some extra exercise to work off these calories! but they are so wort
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