from the book, the lady & sons too! by paula deen. i saw paula make this on a food network dvd and it looks delicious!
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my grandmother-in-law gave me this recipe because so many of our family have celiac disease or are allergic to wheat. i love it so much, that i now use it for all of my pies. if you don't like almonds, you can use any other nuts instead
a simple pork tenderloin recipe for the slow cooker with flavors of a fancy feast! the roast soaks up the wonderful flavor combination of onion, red wine and garlic, all of which come together to make a beautiful au jus.
make your own party tray! why pay $30+ dollars for a party tray when you can make your own for $10-15 at home. my commissary deli had a flyer posted with this recipe on it. please see my diagram on arranging if you are unsure how to display it. serving
this is one of my husband's favorite recipes. he warns me about the upcoming hunting season so that i can make these for his trip. they are very moist and tasty. i use pampered chef's cinnamon plus for the spices and like it the best. i have won reserve g
posted for zaar world tour 2005. this would make a very pretty "spring" soup. from the swedish table by helene henderson. she recommends peeling the tomatoes but i probably wouldn't bother. i have not tried this recipe yet.
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