copycat see's chocolate bordeaux. makes approx. 2 lbs. found this recipe on multiple site, but i used this site for all my recipes, so i thought i'd add it. i love milk chocolate bordeaux and can't wait to try this. http://ewifeblogsagain.blogspot.com/2011/12/make-your-own-sees-bordeaux.html http://community.tasteofhome.com/community_forums/f/30/p/156797/158148.aspx#158148
this is so delicious that my young children gobble it up! great fall recipe with the leftover cider from the cider mill visit... i serve this salmon with roasted potatoes or boiled redskins, green beans almandine and a crisp green salad with paul newman
this was adapted form an episode of "america's test kitchen". i watched them make this cake and went right out and bought the stuff i didn't already have and made this cake. this was by the far the best lemon bundt cake i've ever made. the problem alot of
very tasty and relatively low fat fishcakes via mark bittman. these are a tad spicy and are great served on greens or a bun with a mayonaise of your choice, sliced onion and cucumber and a fruit salsa. they can be made in a counter top grill like a geor
a lot of people seem to have trouble with brown rice, getting the texture right and so on. this is the way i have figured out, with a little help from a madhur jaffrey cookbook, and i can honestly say i feel like an expert now! the place where many cook
the secret to these cookies is browning the pecans in butter, which simulataneously brings out their flavor and infuses the butter with pecan flavor. these cookies are noteworthy for their texture, being-incongrous as it sounds, both sandy-crisp and melt
anyone who has ever lived in utah valley near brigham young university has had and loves these brownies. they are made by a bakery called sugar n spice in the cougareat food court. they can be found at byu events and at most any social event in that are
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