after first trying this years ago my 2nd son declared -who needs banana bread?! - and this became our favorite choice for doing away with overripe bananas. the recipe originally had an optional chocolate glaze, i've always skipped it and just added a light dusting of confectionary sugar. this is a pretty sturdy cake which makes it great for picnics, potlucks and lunch bags - the same son recently took 1/2 a cake with him for the drive back to s.ca! an extra note - seeing some of the comments - this is not a tall cake it only rises a littel more than half way up the pan. ovens are different - go with a shorter cooking time and check to see if needs more.
this recipe takes a tough piece of meat and turns it into a nice tender dinner. the round steak is smothered with a mixture of celery, carrot, onion, green pepper, and tomato, and baked until it is tender and delicious. i like it with mashed potatoes (b
a nice basic soup, simple to make and an especially good use of your left over turkey meat!i like to serve it piping hot with different flavored crackers (like sociables or ritz or any type of vegetable flavoured crackers)
i stumbled across this recipe one day and decided to try it out. i had never made risotto before but i wanted to find a recipe that was authentic and out of this world. this recipe is all of that and more. the secret is to stir stir stir. it is going
this is very easy to make, and wonderful on a cold day. it was from a special friend, but my family (my dad in particular named it -in our household - bruce's soup.) i post this in my dad's memory - he passed away apr 05.
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