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spice up this comforting crumb topped fruit with cinnamon and nutmeg for a delightfully down home dessert. with chopped macadamia nuts, it has a pleasant crunch that contrasts with the tender apples and pineapple. i found this recipe in taste of home quic
my great-aunt jeannie (from scotland) made this each christmas to serve with my grandmother's plum pudding and mince pies. she always put in a fancy glass bowl and then used red and green maraschino cherries, cut in half, to made a christmas tree on top.
great muffins for breakfast or anytime! this recipe came from a cookbook put out by david letterman's mom dorothy, called "home cookin' with dave's mom". it's a great book full of wonderful recipes and sweet stories!
from a new blueberry cookbook i just got, these sound good for my two blueberry lovin' guys! i like that they have very little butter in them...cant wait to try them out! it doesnt say how many it makes so im guessing at 6.
i have had a small metal decorative plate for many years. this recipe is printed on it and i somehow never got around to trying it. it sounds similar to a cranberry nut bread that is one of my favorites, but is a bit different from the other blueberry bre
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