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i'm completely in love with auntie anne's pretzels so when i saw this recipe on the food network's website, i had to try it. they were absolutely fantastic and almost a dead ringer for the real thing. my son thanked me three times for making them. note
a recipe i adapted from the traditional apricot chicken recipe my mother used to make. i was looking for a dish that had a thicker sauce with no bones that would allow for a less messy dish. with all the flavour of the original.
from taste of home. i actually prepare these in my slow cooker. just combine the ingredients (except for the red wine vinegar and 2 teaspoons olive oil) and let them cook all day on low. add the vinegar and oil before serving. i double or triple the
as soon as i saw buckwheat i thought of soba noodles and this is my version of them (quite a bit of trial & error). there will be noodles left over but they are wonderful warmed in a bit of butter on a pan and served as you would a pasta side dish. spice
canelés de bordeaux, also know as cannelé bordelais, are magical french bakery confections, little fluted cakes with a rich rum and vanilla interior enclosed by a thin caramelised shell. this brilliant recipe was developed a long ago by an anonymous borde
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