this is a wonderfully rich, sinful dessert. not something to have every week. the whipped cream is an excellent topping.
while many incarnations exist, i have tailored my recipe to meet my dietary needs (food allergies/migraines). this dip uses lower fat and natural ingredients and is vegetarian-friendly, too. feel free to modify to suit your tastes. that's what cooking (or
from casseroles by sebastian dickhaut. "when the weather turns cold, mountain peasants keep this hearty 'stew' in the oven. it's just the thing for those gray winter days." this recipe requires the bread to sit out overnight, so plan ahead!
a fresh, light, dish. i am sure you could use regular pasta, but the whole wheat pasta with fresh mozzarella (not pre-shredded) is really what makes this extra good. baked with a golden brown crust and gooey cheese. start dinner with a bowl of tomato sou
we loved these! they would be so good with steak...or chicken...or anything! hubby and i just ate them as an appetizer. use a soft brush or a paper towel to brush dirt from the mushrooms. don’t rinse—wet mushrooms won’t brown as well. from fine cooking
this recipe is a definite winner. especially if all the ingredients appeal to you. i've gotten many bravos for this recipe. i hope your family and friends enjoy this recipe as much as mine do. i've subbed frozen green peas for the roasted red bell peppers
about a week ago i found a really good quality imported "extra mature farmhouse cheddar" cheese from the uk and decided to test it in this recipe which was recently featured on thekitchn.com. use the best ingredients you can if at all possible: homemade b
if you like regular s'mores, you're going to love these! start with chocolate graham crackers, smear on some creamy peanut butter, add the chocolate candy pieces, the melty marshmallow; then top with the other square of graham cracker. the trick to ma
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