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this recipe is one i found on epicurious. it is delicious! i drizzled the sauce on the "pork fingers" rather than dipping them. i hope you enjoy it. here is the description that came with the recipe: sliced almonds add a delectable, almost-like-fried-chi
this is from another web site but is so awesome tasting that you will want to try it for sure!!! and its sooooo simple!! if the glaze is prepared ahead of time it will thicken, just reheat it in the micro until it melts and then use it. update:::made th
this has been a family favourite for more than 20 years. lucky it's fast and very easy to make. serve over mashed potatoes, wide egg noodles or rice so you don't waste any of the sauce. please use good quality beef. in australia, i use rump steak. the coo
a delicious-sounding, quick and easy recipe for baklava made with hazelnuts, blueberries and filo pastry. different from the other baklava recipes i found already posted. certainly not "authentic", but rather a 2005 evolution from the traditional baklav
i love this coffee cake! so easy to make, but beware, this is not for the calorie conscience. i don't recall where i found this excellent recipe. cooks note: please use fresh blueberries, if you use frozen, cook a bit longer.
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